Abu Tor is a charming blend of Middle Eastern cultures, on a hill only a few hundred yards east of the Old City and the Kotel. The residents include both Jews and Arabs. Abu Tor’s hills provide dramatic views of Mount Zion and the Old City. The combination of the old Arab style houses with their high ceilings and colorful gardens, and attractive modern villas and apartment buildings, creates a lovely blend of the old and the new.
Is located in the eastern side of Jerusalem, overlooking to the Old City. It has many small neighborhood friendly shops to offer and an amazing view that shows you all of the Old City of Jerusalem from one point of view. It also offers hospitals and hotels.
Arnona is one of the southern neighborhoods of Jerusalem and you may find many parks and even the famous Jerusalem Promenade. It is mostly a residential neighborhood that is very near to the German Colony, Baka, Talbieh and many more neighborhoods, thus making it in some way the center of the south.
Baka offers lots of green walking streets and is a very quiet area. You can just walk to the city center and has many charming routes to go there. Located in the south side of the city, it is nearby the German Colony and Talbieh, which offer many nice venues whether you want to have a refreshing drink or a good coffee.
Beit Hanina is an Arabic Suburb of East Jerusalem, located on the road to Ramallah. Beit Hanina has a variety of modern buildings. The neighborhood’s main Street, Beit Hanina Road, is full of local shops and goods.
Located at the most southern part of Jerusalem, bordering Bethlehem, Beit Safafa is an upcoming neighborhood that provides all the services the city has to offer. Getting connected to the city is very easy thanks to the high way that is located nearby, allows you to go from Beit Safafa to anywhere within the city and outside.
As any other city center, the neighborhood provides all the needs of all the residents. Whether shopping, eating or just strolling around the town, almost everything is within walking distance. The City Center is the heart of the city and has all that’s going on in the city happening there. It the place to be if you love walking around the city.
French Hill (Giva HaTsarfatit) is a northeastern neighborhood of Jerusalem established in 1969. Its location was chosen in part to create contiguity with the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University. Many Hebrew University faculty members and students choose to live in French Hill due to its proximity to the campus.
Known to be the attraction of many café lovers, the German Colony also offers many places to have a good snack. Just walking distance to many parks surrounding the neighborhood and walking distance to the city center. It offers very beautiful running and jogging trails and also is nearby the First Station, which is one of the many attractions Jerusalem has to offer.
Nearby the Old City and the City Center, Mamilla is one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Jerusalem. Walking from here to the main sites of the city is just minutes away. You can find the known Mamilla pedestrian shopping mall just across the corner, which offers all the shopping stores of all the international brands. It also offers small coffee shops which you can enjoy while taking a small break from your walk.
Mount of Olives is located in East Jerusalem. The mountain is named after the Olive trees that used to cover its slopes. The view to the old city is spectacular. Landmarks on the Mount of Olives include , the Tomb of Zechariah, the Church of All Nations, the Church of Maria Magdalene, Chapel of the Ascension, Gethsemane, Mary’s Tomb, and more.
The centrally located old neighborhood of Musrara is a hidden gem just minutes away from Jerusalem’s city center and the Old City. The history of the neighborhood is told by the old houses all around. There are many shops and stores such as fresh fruit and vegetable markets, butchers, grocery shops and many bakeries that are opened 24/7.
The Old City of Jerusalem is one center of the Jewish, Islamic, and Christian religions. The Old City is almost one square kilometer, in area, located in the center of Jerusalem. More than three thousand years old, it offer an enormous number of sites and yet many to be discovered.
Shuafat is an Arabic Suburb of East Jerusalem, forming part of north-eastern Jerusalem. It is Located on the old Jerusalem-Ramallah road about three miles north of the Old City. The neighborhood consists mainly of new buildings and countryside scenery. Three stations, of the light rail train, are situated on the neighborhoods main street, which gives easy and comfortable access to the city center.
Shuafat Al Sahel is the parallel neighborhood of Shuafat and is an Arabic Suburb of East Jerusalem, forming part of north-eastern Jerusalem. It is Located on the old Jerusalem-Ramallah road about three miles north of the Old City. The neighborhood consists mainly of new buildings and countryside scenery. Three stations, of the light rail train, are situated on the neighborhoods main street, which gives easy and comfortable access to the city center.
Sheikh Jarrah is a predominantly Arab neighborhood in Jerusalem, on the road to Mount Scopus. It is also just a few minutes’ walk to the main Shopping street Salah El Deen, and the Old City. During the 1960’s, the neighborhood became a popular location for Diplomatic missions and Consulates, including: The British consulate, the Turkish Consulate , the Belgian Consulate, the Swedish Consulate, the Spanish Consulate, many UN missions, and the Quartet Office.
Suwaneh is one of the neighborhoods of Jerusalem that have a magnificent view towards the Old City, none like any other. It is located at the eastern side of the city and is just walking distance to the Old City. The neighborhood sits on one of Jerusalem’s highest’s mountains and meets at the bottom with the valley in front of the Old City.
Talbieh, located just walking distance to the city center is one of the upscale neighborhoods in Jerusalem. It offer many coffee shops and nice trails to walk. Neighboring the German Colony, it is about a 10 minute drive to the Old City.
Wadi al-Joz meaning Valley of Walnuts in Arabic is a neighborhood in East Jerusalem, located north of the Old City and bordering Sheikh Jarrah and French hill neighborhoods. It is within walking distance to the old city and the busy shopping street in the city center, Salah ad-Din. Wadi al-Joz offers a big supermarket, butcher and vegetable shops. It is also within walking distance to the Hebrew university, gym complex with a swimming pool and tennis courts.