It does not have the huge amount of fruit and vegetables that the market next door does, but this market is full of curiosities and local craft products that touch every branch. Painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass, metal, pendants, bracelets, boxes, etc It is flanked by plenty of restaurants and cafes. The truth is that in both markets it is easy to spend an entire morning. The market only opens on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10.00 to 17.00.
The Bazaar of Jerusalem is a genuine souk, where you can find all different types of types of people gather in order to buy and sell weird and wonderful things. The only thing expected of you is that you must haggle - no price is fixed. A fascinating experience.
Walking through the streets of the city, you will stumble upon a typical and colorful outdoor Oriental souk. It has stalls selling fruits, vegetables, a butchers, grocers, weavers and other craftsman. It is a market typical of any Muslim country, particularly Israel. You can buy very cheap clothes. The truth is that I was rather surprised by its color and its activity.