Sightseeing in Nazareth - what to see. Complete travel guide

1. The entire territory of the historic district is now fully pedestrian. It is banned for cars and even public transport, so you can explore the Old Town only on foot.
2. Traditions in Nazareth are slightly different from the ones in other Israeli cities. This city is the only one in the country where Sunday is an official day off.
3. Entrance to all local temples is free. There are guided tours at certain hours, the schedule can be clarified in a tourist center.
4. The water flowing from the main city fountain is very clear. Many tourists collect in small bottles and take it with them as a souvenir.
5. Besides Christian religious sites, the city has Muslim ones. However, they are only accessible to adherents of the Muslim faith in daylight hours. Copyright
6. The best place to buy souvenirs is a market located in the historic area. Here you can buy all kinds of handicrafts and products made in the region.
7. Bargaining is a must in small shops and markets. It is part of the local culture, and if you buy the product at the initially indicated price, the seller may even be offended.
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8. The services of guides are strongly recommended to fans of excursions. All attractions are associated with interesting legends and stories that will make tours as interesting as possible.
9. Outdoor enthusiasts should go explore the outskirts of the city. There are several beautiful lakes with well-equipped parks nearby.
10. The city presents a wide choice of hotels of various levels. The most expensive hotels are located in close proximity to important religious sites.
11. For travelers who want to save on hotel services, some other options are available besides modern hostels. For those traveling in large groups, it would be beneficial to rent apartments.
12. The most expensive restaurants can be found in the city center. At a short distance, there are much more affordable restaurants and cafes, many of which are housed in beautiful historic buildings.
13. The weather in Nazareth is quite comfortable even in winter - air temperature rarely drops below 10 °C. The rainiest month of the year is January so winter can hardly be called the best time for tours.
14. The easiest way to get to Nazareth is from Tel Aviv or Haifa where there are major international airports. Nazareth is linked to these cities by regular bus services.
15. The main form of public transport is buses. Most of the popular attractions are located in the Old Town where you can only walk on foot.
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