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Best street food in Jerusalem: Al-Dkedek Restaurant

Best street food in Jerusalem: Al-Dkedek Restaurant

The annual #streetfood50 Awards recognise the top street food vendors around the globe, handpicked by Urban Adventures’ own local guides-in-the-know. Local restaurant Al-Dkedek received top accolades from our Jerusalem tour guides for the best street food in Jerusalem in 2018, for its hummus, msabaha and ful recipes. Often, when it...
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24 hours in: Jerusalem

24 hours in: Jerusalem

While chances are high that Jerusalem’s many charms and awe-inspiring sights will have you wanting to stay as long as possible, a short visit can still be a memorable one. Only have 24 hours to see the city? Our local Jerusalem tour guides know exactly how you can experience the...
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The complete guide to: Jerusalem travel

The complete guide to: Jerusalem travel

Jerusalem is home to some of the world’s holiest sites, as well as some of its most important museums and monuments. But not only that, Jerusalem also boasts buzzing nightlife, an ever-growing culinary scene, and enough festivals and events throughout the year to keep any visitor busy. Whether you’re thinking...
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Things to do in: Jerusalem

Things to do in: Jerusalem

With the city being home to some of the world’s holiest sites, as well as ancient landmarks, delicious food, cultural diversity and rich stories, you’ll be at no loss for finding things to do in Jerusalem. But in case you need a bit of direction, our local Jerusalem tour guides...
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Meet the finalists for the 2018 #streetfood50 Awards

Meet the finalists for the 2018 #streetfood50 Awards

Big-name, high-end, fancy-pants restaurants may have their place, but for us, we prefer to take it to the streets. We’re more into slurping noodles from nameless shops, grabbing tacos from street corner carts, and snacking on all things served on sticks, served piping hot from a sidewalk grill. The inaugural...
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Easter across Europe: How to celebrate Holy Week like a local

Easter across Europe: How to celebrate Holy Week like a local

There’s more than chocolate treats and egg-hiding bunnies to Easter — and in many Christian European countries, Holy Week and Easter weekend are the biggest celebrations of the year. From pagan traditions celebrating spring, to throwing water on your crush to secure her affections, to holy processions honouring the resurrection,...
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The best souvenir I ever bought was…

The best souvenir I ever bought was…

We recently asked our travellers about the best souvenirs they had picked up on their travels. And the answers were hilarious, cool, charming, precious and sometimes a little weird… Vintage records, a handcrafted kaleidoscope, an alpaca jumper from Peru, an ogre mask, a good ol’ bottle of hot sauce from...
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Bring home a souvenir that has a tale to tell

Bring home a souvenir that has a tale to tell

Our creative locals around the globe have teamed up with talented artisans in their cities to form a (very) different type of shopping experience that brings authentic urban craftsmanship to life. We’re bypassing those cheap souvenirs to take you on a journey into local lives. Introducing our new range of...
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Street art in Krakow’s Kazimierz District

Street art in Krakow’s Kazimierz District

It seems as though street art in Krakow was always a rather spontaneous phenomenon, as murals or slogans that appeared in the city were mainly political or social in nature, and served as a kind of protest song or a form of rebellion against the communist regime, or post-communist reality....
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How to do Toronto Nuit Blanche right

How to do Toronto Nuit Blanche right

Like many Toronto locals (or Torontonians if you’re feeling fancy), I’d never been to Nuit Blanche. Every year, it comes and goes, and we shudder at the thought of over 1 million people hitting our streets. Navigating Toronto on a regular day can be hard enough without thousands of gawking...
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