Another day spent in Jafa, just south of the White City in Tel Aviv. What we found was a Hungarian festival and the Jafa flea market.
Hungarian Days. There are roughly 22,000 people of Hungarian decent living in Israel, so why not have a Hungarian festival? Great music and dancing, along with arts and crafts. Ever try dancing with a wine bottle on your head? Apparently Hungarians do.
The Hungarian Days festival took place in what was once a train station, the HaTachana Station. It's now converted into a row of shops.
There are market areas and flea and art markets just about every weekend.