Through the colorful streets of the flea market we will discover “The Bride Of The Sea“, as Jaffa was named, after the gardens and orange groves that surrounded it in the past. In the late 19th century, as the Ottoman authorities dismantled the old city walls and new buildings and neighborhoods where built, Jaffa enjoyed prosperity and became the main city in Palestine for both Jews and Arabs. There were regular steam ship lines to Europe, the city was connected to the telegraph, daily newspapers were printed and Khans and hotels were built. Come and experience this lively hustle: train station and coffee houses flowing with people, the smoke curling from the hookahs, and the crowds of the cinemas and theaters goers filling King George Boulevard.