Sukkot in Safed (Also spelled Tsfat or Tzfat) is one of the most inviting times of the year to visit Safed. Local families set up their sukkahs on their porches, rooftops and even along the lanes and alleyways of the main thoroughfares which presents a festive atmosphere of communal celebration. The small town is alive with many concerts and street festivals, and joy is in the atmosphere. Many Safed residents open the doors to their temporary homes invite visitors to enter their sukkahs, offering a once-in-a-lifetime cultural experience. In 2022, Sukkot is October 9-16th.
Activities for Sukkot in Safed
During the Sukkot holiday, there are special Safed activities which are open to all.
The Safed Tourist Information Center, located at 17 Alkebetz Street, operates throughout Sukkot to provide maps and other information to visitors.
Safed is an old city with lots of winding alleys, which makes it difficult to navigate as a solo traveler. The best way to see the hidden wonders of Safed (Tsfat/Tzfat) this Sukkot is on a guided tour. Check out the Safed, Tiberias and Mount Meron day tour, or this 3-day guided tour of Northern Israel.