How Expensive is Traveling in ISRAEL? One Day in Jerusalem

How Expensive is Traveling in ISRAEL? One Day in Jerusalem

In this video I explore Jerusalem and show how much things cost.
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How Expensive is Traveling in ISRAEL? One Day in Jerusalem



Gabriel Traveler says:

Note: There will be one more video of Jerusalem that's out of order, a tour of the Old City. After that, videos from somewhere new.

Edges Of Earth says:

– Definitely not the cheapest place in the world lol. I have been in Asia too long 😆
I bought the same shake a few days back in Cambodia for $2. Many other stalls were $1. I know you know this lol.

Verdigris says:

Wow it is expensive. What about other parts of Israel? This is like the city center is that correct? Which is why the items are more expensive.

Jack O. says:

I see that Israel is full of Americans

Let's Explore and Travel says:

Nice video. Makes me want to visit again to support the Israeli's

Brock Ary says:




Maureen ALLEN says:

You inspire me to want to travel more but I find that either I have the time but not the money or I have the money but not the time…just my luck I guess

Maureen ALLEN says:

Gab, I am a new subscriber and I look forward to watching your videos….I am also checking out some of your older videos to catch up… it your goal to visit every country in the world at least once?

xbox fanatic says:

@Gabriel traveler you ever use airbnb??

Marshall Walker says:

Respect Gabriel, you're almost vegan! 😉  Love your content.

Neon Underground says:

I never thought Jerusalem was so normal and modern looking, It’s amazing. Thanks for showing me a side of the Israel I hadn’t known more about. Makes me want to go.

ste reilly says:

7.40 a beer damn

Goyim Proud says:

Please show us a Palestinian area, for transparency sake.

Jahanna M says:

Is that a new Camera? Video looks really great

Goyim Proud says:

Oy gefelte fish!

marlene mcmillan says:

A hostel I could not do..Very nice video..

marlene mcmillan says:

Very expensive shoes….it looks nice there..I love bagels and would have like to see how their bagels are because Jewish people make the best bagels I think..,,had good ones in Toronto Canada

Richard Narvey says:

I'm a huge fan of yours watched all your Vids you are a fantastic videographer and you give great Intel, you would have loved Masada and the dead sea if you ever go back to Israel check out those locals there's so much more but I guess you wanted to go to a more affordable place. Keep on traveling and thx for all that you do

Tom Tapp says:

The shop has been there for 65 years….that would be 5 years after the 1948 Balfour Declaration was enacted!

Jen C. says:

The street music is awesome!! Great video Gabe! Can’t wait to see the next one. 🙂 Did y’all drink the beer at room temperature? Or is that just the display to pick out which one you want? Baklava looks amazing!

Tom Tapp says:

This guy won’t touch Gaza….his smoothies would be in danger!!!
“I don’t wanna be poking around too much”.

dave nelson says:

Saw Oregon the American jazz band in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in 1989 . Missed Eric Clapton by a week in 89 in Jerusalem. That juice shop looks like the same shop Andrew Zimmern was at on his Jerusalem show. Jerusalem sure has changed since I was last there in 1992. Looks more like Tel Aviv. Prices are ridiculous. Don't remember them that high but I was a budget traveler then. Remember getting a simple street falafel inside Damascus Gate for 1 shekel. At the time 50 cents US. A good, big falafel that you could build yourself and put anything you wanted inside was 4 shekels. I lived on falafels for months.

shashi kant says:

I love your T-shirt, Lord Ganesha right..

Bernd Klüver says:

Very nice and outstanding city that is. Jerusalem. Wow. I hope to see it one day. Holy country holy city. Peace and love for that region. Jews and Arabs are no enemies. Shalom and Salei Maleikum.

Holech Batel says:

You have a lot more to see in Israel. In fact, you were hardly in Israel. Jerusalem is very different from Tel Aviv and Haifa. Jerusalem is mostly a religious city. In Tel Aviv and Haifa, you will have to search for religious people with a flashlight. And there are many other interesting places, such as the Dead Sea, the Sea of Galilee, the Old City of Acre (middle eastern Dubrovnik) and more… and in relation to the period in which it is worthwhile to arrive in Israel: In the spring (March, April, May) the water is cold! In the summer-fall (September-October) the water is excellent, like a heated pool. If you want to experience the summer in full, you will arrive in July, August to Tel Aviv.

Eric Baker says:

What's the best time of year to travel the mideast?

Imran Naser says:

JLM looks like a European city the building facades done in classic timeless design all beige & stone though the Souks are there down the side streets. loved it.

Klein F. Boelter says:

cool vid. Suggestion: try to avoid filming the dude's torso! xD

swampzoid says:

I love hearing the street musicians and singers. That always adds a lot to the atmosphere. The Falafal shop looked wonderful. I lived in SF too for several years by the way.

Natalia Lopes says:

It is beautiful there. Do you tip in restaurants? I know in Portugal where I am from there is no tipping.

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