Of course, if you’re lucky to celebrate Sukkot in Israel, you’re going to want to visit Jerusalem. The vibrant city, filled with the aromas of zaatar, freshly baked rugelach and etrogim (citrons), will be brimming with tourists. After exploring the alleyways of the Old City, make your way back to Jaffa Gate, head to Jaffa Road and then you’re just a minute from the Safra Square Sukkah, the largest one in Israel! Join hundreds of people as they share meals under the palm fronds and bamboo stalks that serve as the roof of this beautifully decorated temporary structure. Enjoy!
Copyright 2021 © All rights Reserved.