Jaffa Flea Market
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Jaffa Flea Market - Shuk HaPishpushim
Just next to Jaffa’s picturesque Old City and ancient Clock Tower, is a treasure trove of antiques, handmade and secondhand items over at the Jaffa Flea Market (Shuk HaPishpushim). Literally “the Flea Market”, this port-side neighborhood of alleyways, covered walkways and outdoor verandas has been operating for more than 100 years across the same sprawling streets. Open six days a week, from Sunday through Friday, from morning through early evening hours, this is where to go for finding those unique, one-of-a-kind items from long ago. This marketplace is filled daily with tourists and locals alike, all seeking the perfect (bargained for) purchase that captures the charm and magic of this unique shuk. Recently a number of trendy furniture and clothing shops have cropped up alongside vendors selling traditional Arabic pottery and ceramic items. Restaurants and coffee shops line the streets for weary shoppers to refresh and watch the crowds go by.
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Learn the history of the Jaffa Flea Market
Download our friendly and easy-to-read, English map of the Jaffa Flea Market
Your guide for what to buy and where to buy it, from secondhand to new and clothing to furniture
Where to kick back with a quick bite or enjoyable meal in restaurants in or around the Jaffa Flea Market
Our interactive shuk tours bring to life the history, culture, traditions and community of this vibrant flea market
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