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I couldn't understood Nazareth when I first herd about it. Christian heritage in a city mostly populated by Arabs in a Jewish country, it could not be more complicated yet diverse. I felt like being in India. Well I am neither christian nor Arab or...More
While I didn't actually stay there, I met with Maoz the owner and was given a tour of the property. Even though I was actually staying in 4 and 5 star properties during my visit to Israel and the West Bank, I so wanted to...More
Had such a lovely, relaxing & interesting time earlier in the year that I need to return! The staff is very friendly & knowledgable. The town & it's people unique. So will return tomorrow...save me a bed !!!
My last trip was arranged through Abrahams...More
The Fauzi Azar Inn is well-reputed, and rightly so. When it was renovated and converted into an inn, it ushered a new era in Nazareth's old city, and today there are many other options there, some of which are quite lovely. But it's the one...More
The Fauzi Azar is beautiful and accommodating and I met some great fellow travelers. Also, I felt that the tour (daily, mornings) gave me an understanding of real Nazareth--it skips the tourist sites entirely because those are easy to see on your own.
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Do not worry,there is a private parking where you could park your car, at 10 min walk from us. If you set on your Gps ( waze) '' restaurant Tishreen" you will be able to find the underground parking ( called el... More
Do not worry,there is a private parking where you could park your car, at 10 min walk from us. If you set on your Gps ( waze) '' restaurant Tishreen" you will be able to find the underground parking ( called el Reyad parking) next to the restaurant. it would cost you 35 ILS per day.
Fauzi Azar inn