Difference between revisions of "Jenin"
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Jenin is a 4000-year-old city now populated by Palestinians. Jenin in the north West Bank.
The most logical way to enter would be to fly into Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel, take a taxi or mini-bus to Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, from the Arab bus station take bus 18 to Ramallah (6.50 NIS, 1 hour), cross into Ramallah and take a shared taxi from the central bus station to Jenin (40 NIS, 1.5 to 2 hours).
Walking is a practical mode of getting around, taxis can be hired as needed.
Be sure to take advantage of the great bargains that can be found in the many shops. This is a great place to find souvenirs!
There is plenty of Middle Eastern cuisine available; falafel, shawarma, hummus, the works. There are a couple of excellent places near the bus station where the food is instantly made.
There are many coffee vendors.