The old town of acre is the Arabic part of the city . A market , nice old small streets and sea view from the old walls of the city
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Already proclaimed as a World Heritage site, the Old Town is a memorial to antiquity. It is a proud representation of Akko when it was an important trading post and the setting of numerous historical events, with the Crusaders episodes as one of the highlighted...More
Lots to see in this little ancient walled town. Winding streets, beautiful El Jazzar Mosque, views of Mediterranean from some of the walls, Crusader's fortress/ citadel (Knights Hall), Prisoners Museum, souk (outdoor market), a small museum- seems to be a cultural mix. Could be cleaner,...More
Please take at least two days to stay here, visit the Tirkish Bazar, the Citadel and many other very beautiful and interesting places like the Sufis place (Blue Dome... if it is closed, just knock on the door and they will open... if you are...More
The old town is excellent for an afternoon stroll. We stopped at a very nice pavement restaurant near the old walls for lunch.The Souk was fascinating.
This was my first visit to the Old City of Acre and its market. The market is very colorful and vibrant. There is a great Humus restaurant there but the queue is usually long. Waiting time around 10 minutes. There are also many fish restaurants...More