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This is a wonderful village for a visit when you need to get away from the crowds. The village atmosphere is pleasant and the street vendor ice cream is wonderful. You will enjoy the churches for a time of reflection.
After over 40 years we returned to one of our favorite hidden gems to discover many huge tourist buses and flag-led groups. So we avoided the crowds in the quaint alleyways and the beautiful Norte Dame de Sion Convent. It was simply enchanting again.
Ein Karem is a village outside of jerusalem. It was a stop on our tour. Our guide mentioned the area has beautiful hiking trails and restaurants. This is also where artists come to relax and paint. We went to the visitation church, where Mary visited...More
We decided to check out this place a bit removed from the hustle and bustle of Jaffa Street and we were not disappointed. Enjoyed the beautiful scenery on the way there as well as walking around the quiet streets and enjoying coffee at Sweet N'...More
The village of Ein Kerem lies exactly on the border between the eastern edge of the Jerusalem Forest and the western edge of Jerusalem, and is an integral and fun part of the Jerusalem Mountains. The village is chock full of artists, hiking trails, restaurants,...More
We went to the Ein Kerem area on a recommendation and were pretty disappointed. Maybe it was overhyped to us, but found it to be not worth the trip. Mala Bistro was ok. Everything else strictly forgettable.
Our tour guide said that this is the place where people go to restaurants if they want to impress someone.
We visite the Church of Visitation, where they say Mary visited Elizabeth when they were both with child.
The church is in Portuguese style with...More