Jerusalem, Yemin Moshe and Beit Safafa, are nearby suburbs which are also worth discovering.
Western Wall, no doubt one of the country’s most iconic attractions is just 2 miles (3 kilometers) away.
Temple Mount is one of the places to visit in the Jerusalem’s city center that is worth checking out.
You’ll find many unique cultural attractions in and around Talpiot. Walk through the exhibits and savor the atmosphere of the Shrine of the Book. There are a number of popular art galleries to visit. In particular, don’t miss the L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art.
Jerusalem offers a range of unique places to see such as the Cathedral of St. James, Haas Promenade and the Jerusalem Great Synagogue. Jerusalem features some fascinating relics from yesteryear; don’t miss Jaffa Gate, Dung Gate and New Gate. Should you feel the need for a little spiritual renewal, spend a little time at the area’s most sacred sites, such as the St. Andrew's Church and the Church of Saint Peter in Gallicantu.
Follow local sports lovers to Teddy Stadium to watch soccer, soccer or soccer in action. During soccer games, the stadium and surrounding streets becomes flooded with loyal fans donning black and yellow, the colors of local favorites the Beitar Jerusalem FC.
When it’s time to slow down after a long day exploring the charming streets of Talpiot, check in to one of the area’s convenient accommodation options. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks be sure to check out the Dan Panorama Jerusalem, the Mount Zion Hotel, and the Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem.