New Gate, Old City, Jerusalem
The New Gate is one of the entry points onto the Old City of Jerusalem.
The New Gate is situated at the north-west corner of the Old City, at the edge of Armenian Quarter. Arriving from inside the Old City is a pleasant walk through the Armenian Quarter. Any of the residents will be able to provide directions.
If you exit the Old City from Jaffa Gate, turn right and walk a few minutes to the corner of the Old City and turn right. The New Gate is almost immediately apparent. If you exit the Old City from Damascus Gate turn left, pass through the outdoor market and continue for a few minutes walk to the New Gate.
If coming by car it is best to park in one of the indoor parking lots in the Mamila district. From there walk past Jaffa Gate to the corner of the Old City. Turn left and the New Gate is about 100 meters.
Any taxi driver in Jerusalem knows where the New Gate is. A taxi ride will cost 15-40 shekels depending on where you are coming from.
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