WATCH: Tips for surviving Jerusalem's shuk

Brave the crowds. Step into the marketplace.

June 29, 2017 14:31

Tips for surviving in the Shuk (credit: JPOST STAFF)

Tips for surviving in the Shuk (credit: JPOST STAFF)


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The sights and sounds of Machane Yehuda make the marketplace one of Jerusalem’s most iconic locations, but it can be overwhelming for a first-timer. We are three new interns at The Jerusalem Post who quickly learned the importance of properly navigating the nearby shuk.

After haggling with vendors, annoying the emoji pillows store owner, and pretending to steal phones from each other, we finally learned some ways to successfully make it through the shuk. Here are 7 tips we wanted to share with you!

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