The Jaffa Gate is a stone gate on the wall of the Old City of Jerusalem and one of the eight Jerusalem gates. Jaffa Street outside the Jaffa Gate leads to Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest port city on the Mediterranean Sea. In ancient times, this road led to the port city of Jaffa, which is the southern edge of Tel Aviv today. You must come and see if you have the opportunity to come to Jerusalem!
The Jaffa Gate is a gate in the ancient city wall of Jerusalem that was closed and buried by a huge stone. According to the local guide, there is such an ancient mantra and legend. If one day the Jaffa Gate is opened and the huge stone is removed, it will be the third time when the gate is opened. When the World War came to Russia, maybe the tour guide was frightening us to say so mysteriously... it's unknown!
One of the eight gates of Jerusalem. Jaffa Street outside the Jaffa Gate leads to Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest port city on the Mediterranean Sea. In ancient times, this road led to the port city of Jaffa. Very easy to find.
Go to see the David Sound and Light Show at night, enter from the Jaffa Gate, the tall ancient city wall, under the night light, it seems to travel back to ancient times through time and space. It feels that the store is fashionable, crowded with tourists, and the night scene is particularly beautiful!
Jaffa Gate is a relatively lively gate, especially at night, with the Tower of David next to it and the famous light show. Here is a gathering place for believers and tourists, with a dense flow of people. There is a visitor center next to it. It's not too big. You can see it if you pay attention to it. It is a map of various countries.
This is one of the eight gates in the Old City of Jerusalem. This old city is very old. The Jaffa Gate is also an important transportation hub connecting the port city of Ancient Jaffa. The traffic here is also huge.