A lively place, full of history and packed with tourists. A lively experience. We came back almost every day.
About The Cardo
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Not much remains of the Roman columns dating back to Hadrian and this north-south thoroughfare. Most of the Cardo is still buried under the Arab marketplace.
In the Roman-Byzantine Cardo, you will find evidence of 1800 years of history of the city of Jerusalem, where successive rulers rebuilt the city (walls or streets). It starts with King Hezekiah who first built a massive city wall ca. 700 BCE in anticipation of...More
Great shops for bringing back a memory of Israel. While you are walking around, you'll see areas that are opened up that show all the layers of city. Most of them are pretty well marked but easy to miss as there is so much to...More
A trip to the Jewish quarter is like a step back in time and the area is filled with beautiful buildings, synagogues and lots of shops. Be sure to visit all of the quarters in old Jerusalem - the similarities and contrasts will startle you.
As you enter the Jewish quarter you can see the excavated ruins of The Cardo from the Byzantine era. There are some of the pillars that lined a central road that was open to the elements for carts and larger animals to travel, with covered...More
An amazing centre of the market shops in the Old City of Jerusalem. A place to hold your nerve, look straight ahead, and pick and choose where you want to shop.
Beautiful to see. From Roan times in Jerusalem. Leads to nice shops with Judaica and some Christian artifacts and gifts, some great stores that sell prints and artwork
The Cardo was a Roman-era shopping street. Terrific reconstruction by the city council. The shops are purely tourist kitsch, and you can expect to have to haggle.
A very nice shopping Mall that leads into the Arab Quarter. A great range of souveniers and art. The entrance of the Mall has wall mosaic panels that are very intricate.