You should definitely visit the city's old quarter and get lost in its streets.
A mix of hullaballoo and cultures.
Jaffa (Yafo in Hebrew) is a real trip back in time. Making your way through these streets in the south of the city, you'll note a blend of the ancient and the modern, with Jews coexisting comfortably with Muslims and Christians, all in an atmosphere where art and architecture predominate. The best way to enjoy it all is to simply lose yourself in the labyrinth for several hours, from Haganah or Kedumim squares to the Mamudiyah Mosque or St. Peter's Church. Along the way, you can stop at the flea market or for a drink, nibble, or cup of coffee at various cafés and bars. And a word to the wise: Before leaving on your walk, it might be worth a little planning ahead and history homework!