The Economic Capital of the West Bank has so many intersting tourist sites in and around it.
You could easily spend there a full day. a good starting point is the Samaritan Neighborhood, where we could visit this unique & ancient religious group and view Nablus from atop.
inside Nablus Joseph's Tomb, Jacob's well (where Jesus cured the Samaritan woman) and The Roman City & Cardo are easily visited, and lunch will take place inside the colorful markets, where forgotten professions and small Palestinean workshops are to be found.
The authentic Hamam (Turkish - Style Bathhouse) is excellent to sooth your body in a good old - fashion way, and a short drive will get you to Sebastiya, Biblical Samaria, one of the most amazing and unexplored by tons of tourists anywhere in israel, where the Bible and its landscape will come to life in an awe-inspiring way!
Dont miss on this one, it is the most intriguing and vibrant in the entire West Bank!