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Jerusalem - Top Tourist Attractions

Wondering what top attractions to check out during your visit to Jerusalem or the Holy Land? Wonder no more. Below is a list of a few tourist landmarks and places to visit during your holiday tour to Jerusalem, Israel.

Jerusalem Old City

If you want to truly experience what ancient Jerusalem was like, you should book...

Al-Haram Al-Sharif | Temple Mount

For the Jews, the world was created and will finally end at Al-Haram Al-Sharif or...

The Wailing Wall | Western Wall

Located within the Old City of Jerusalem and connected to the Temple Mount, the...

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

As one of the top attractions within the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church...

Dome of The Rock, Jerusalem

Located inside a compound referred to as al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, by...

The Al-Aqsa Mosque

The Al-Aqsa Mosque is not far from the Dome of the Rock, It is...

Mount of Olives

One of the most significant places in the history of Jesus’ life is the...

The Church of the Nativity

Setting foot on the place where Jesus Christ was born is a sacred moment...

Via Dolorosa Street

Any Christian pilgrim dreams of walking the same path that Jesus Christ took to...

Tower of David

Towering high above Jerusalem’s skyline is the Tower of David, a citadel that is...

Mount Zion

Mount Zion has been mentioned in the Hebrew Bible several times and is even...

The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Jerusalem is undeniably one of the most historic sites anywhere in the world. And...

Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

A stone portal that opens to an ancient world, Jaffa Gate is one of...

Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

Built in 16th century during the time of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, Damascus Gate...

The Old City Walls fortifications

The walls surrounding the Old City of Jerusalem serve as fortifications which, in the...

City of David, Jerusalem

Called Wadi Hilweh in Arabic, the City of David is an Arabic village and...

Christian Quarter, Jerusalem

The walled city of Jerusalem is divided into four quarters, one of which is...

Muslim Quarter, Jerusalem

One of the four quarters in the old city of Jerusalem, the Muslim Quarter...

Kidron Valley

For pilgrims, the Kidron Valley is one of the most significant places in the...

Mount Herzl (Mount of Remembrance)

Stepping into Mount Herzl is a bittersweet experience for a lot of travelers. Being...

Eating in Jerusalem, Israel

Hummus, falafel, and baklava—these are just some of the most famous dishes in Israeli...

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

Thousands of tourists head to the foot of Mount Olives each year to see...

The Cenacle

Perhaps no other dining room in the world holds more importance to history than...

Yad Vashem – The Holocaust Memorial Museum

On the edge of Jerusalem lies the largest memorial for the holocaust victims in...


Jerusalem - Top Tourist Attractions

Wondering what top places to visit when in Jerusalem or the Holy Land? Wonder no more. Below is a list of a few top tourist attractions and landmarks to visit during your holiday tour to Jerusalem, Israel.

Old City

This is where you'll see some of the top attractions in Jerusalem in one go. Within the ancient walls of the Old City is the Al Aqsa Mosque, Dome of the Rock Islamic shrine, the Western Wall, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Head to a medieval citadel and check out the Tower of David museum. Explore the ancient city on foot and visit markets and shops along the way too.

Al Aqsa Mosque

The silver-domed mosque of Al Aqsa is considered by world Muslims as the third holiest religious site of Islam, located inside a 35-acre compound called as al-Haram al-Sharif or the Noble sanctuary in the Old City, Jerusalem, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

Western Wall

More popularly known as the Wailing Wall, the Western Wall attracts millions of pilgrims and tourists from around the world and from a different denomination. It is the holiest site in Judaism. Not far from the Wall is the Jerusalem Archaeological Park, Western Wall Tunnels, and the Jewish Quarter Street.

Dome of the Rock

This is the most iconic landmark of Jerusalem with a huge golden dome, The Dome of the Rock stands mighty in the city's skyline.  For Muslims, Dome of the Rock, a seventh-century structure is believed to be where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) ascended to heaven. Access to the Dome of the Rock is limited. The set schedule should be followed.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Christians consider this as the holiest site in Jerusalem and is believed to be the place where Jesus was crucified. It boasts of a beautiful and opulent religious architecture that awes pilgrims and tourists alike. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the endpoint of the Via Dolorosa pilgrimage.

Temple Mount

Also commonly referred to as Al-Haram Al-Sharif or the Noble sanctuary, is believed to be where Abraham offered his son Isaac as a sacrifice to God, where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) ascended to heaven, and where the First Temple for the Ark of the Covenant was built by Solomon. It is also where you'll find 3 of the top attractions in Jerusalem—the Old City, Dome of the Rock, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Via Dolorosa Street

It's not a trip to the Holy Land if you don't follow the processional route through the Via Dolorosa Street. Believed to be the same path that Jesus took on his way to his crucifixion, walking down the winding route will be a spiritual experience.

Church of the Nativity

What is the Holy Land if not for its churches and religious sites? One of these is the Church of the Nativity or the Basilica of the Nativity that features a grotto believed to be Jesus' birthplace.

Tower of David

Also known as the Jerusalem Citadel, the Tower of David holds a historical and archaeological significance for many people around the world. Getting there also holds a promise of a stunning panoramic 360-degree view of Jerusalem.

Dead Sea

Not exactly part of the Jerusalem city or Holy Land but taking a detour to this amazing place when you visit is a must. While no living creature can survive with the high salinity of the sea, humans can benefit from its health properties.

Mount Zion

Mount Zion is a small hill with big significance to the Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It is home to King David's Tomb, the Last Supper Room, and Jewish and Muslim shrines. Not far from it are the Church of the Dormition and the Church of St. Peter of Gallicantu.

If you want to truly experience what ancient Jerusalem was like, you should book a tour to the Old City. The walled area within the modern part of Jerusalem preserves its ancient and spiritual heritage.Home to some of the holiest sites for the Christians, Jews, and Muslims, many describe a trip to the Old City of Jerusalem as intense and almost celestial.Jerusalem Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the walls, you will find the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall or t... Read More

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Jerusalem Old City

We will see the Old City and the holiness of Jerusalem for all religions. The tour takes about 4-6 hours walking time. There will be many constellations and explanations, one must dress according to t

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For the Jews, the world was created and will finally end at Al-Haram Al-Sharif or the Temple Mount. Muslims, on the other hand, pray at the third holiest site of Islam - Al Aqsa mosque (The former Qibla of Islam) and believe that the Dome of the Rock is the where Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) ascended to heaven. The place is equally important for Christians as well.The complete 35-acre compound is referred to as al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, by Muslims, and as the Temple Mount by Je... Read More

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Mount of Olives & Temple Mount from Jerusalem

The tour starts with a view across Jerusalem from Mount of Olives. We descend the mount passing Jerusalem’s oldest Jewish cemetery dating back 3,000 years. We walk through the Kidron Valley where ther

Duration: 8 to 10 hours

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Located within the Old City of Jerusalem and connected to the Temple Mount, the Wailing Wall is an important holy site for the Jews. It is one of the tourist attractions in Jerusalem that draws crowds from all over the world.Some of them curious, some of them religious, and some of them simply want to pray, writing it on a slip of paper and inserting it in different fissures on the wall.Do you want to do the same thing, pray in the same way? Regardless of your religious affiliation, a tour aroun... Read More

As one of the top attractions within the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a part of a full-day tour in the Holy Land. Identified as the place where Jesus was crucified and buried, it's one of the major pilgrimage centers for Christians around the world.Four magnificent arches make up the church's entrance, where many stands to pray. Via Dolorosa also passes by the church as this is where the final five Stations of the Cross are found.The church has several different sec... Read More

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Christmas Eve in Israel: Jerusalem Sightseeing Tour with Dinner and Midnight Mass Viewing in Bethlehem

See popular sites of the Holy Land on this full-day Christmas Eve tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem! Visit revered Christian basilicas like the Church of the Nativity and Church of the Holy Sepulchre, w

Duration: 11 hours

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Located inside a compound referred to as al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, by Muslims, and as the Temple Mount by Jews in Jerusalem's Old City (A UNESCO World Heritage site), the Dome of the Rock is an Islamic shrine that shines in the city's skyline.This is one of the holiest sites for Muslims and is believed to be where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) made his night journey to heaven.What makes it a must-visit when in Jerusalem are its many structures that span from different time period... Read More

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Jerusalem Half Day Tour: Dome of the Rock and Western Wall

Get inspired by Jerusalem and combine ancient history with spiritual sanctity in this half-day tour. Discover the quarters of the Old City by exploring Holy Land attractions such as the Western Wall a

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes

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The Al-Aqsa Mosque is not far from the Dome of the Rock, It is located inside the same compound referred to as al-Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, by Muslims, and as the Temple Mount by Jews in Jerusalem's Old City (A UNESCO World Heritage site). The silver-domed mosque - Al-Masjid al-Aqsa literally translates as 'the Farthest Mosque'. One of the holiest sites of Islam, It is the biggest mosque in the city with a lot of historical and religious significance.It can accommodate thousa... Read More

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Jerusalem Trip Mount of Olives & the Temple mount from Jerusalem

Explore the Mount of Olives and Temple Mount with Professional Guide.The tour starts from Tel Aviv proceed to the Mount of Olives for a breathtaking panoramic view across Jerusalem. Descending the

Duration: 8 hours

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One of the most significant places in the history of Jesus’ life is the Mount of Olives named after the groves of olives that once covered the mountain ridge.Located to the east of the old city of Jerusalem, Mount of Olives was mentioned several times in the bible where important events in the life of Jesus took place including his ascension to heaven. Because of this, the Mount of Olives is a sacred site for Christan worship and an important part of any Catholic, Protestant and Eastern Or... Read More

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Jerusalem: Mount of Olives Tour

Experience the full religious force of Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives on this enlightening 3-hour tour. With a knowledgeable guide, explore the hallowed sites of this legendary mountain ridge east of Old

Duration: 3 hours

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Setting foot on the place where Jesus Christ was born is a sacred moment for any pilgrim. The Church of the Nativity located in Bethlehem in the Palestinian West Bank has a huge religious significance to Christians and its grotto is the oldest place for worship in the history of Christianity.The basilica itself is the oldest major church in the Holy Land and it attracts millions of tourists each year, most of which are pilgrims dreaming to see the birthplace of Jesus up close.Built between ... Read More

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Church of Nativity Half Day Trip from Jerusalem

Half-day trip from Jerusalem to the Church of the Nativity in BethlehemWe will meet at Cats’ Square at 40 Hillel Street in Jerusalem, and from there, we will travel through a checkpoint between Is

Duration: 4 hours

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Any Christian pilgrim dreams of walking the same path that Jesus Christ took to his crucifixion and death. The Via Dolorosa or the Way of Sorrows is a route in the Old City of Jerusalem that runs from the Antonia Fortress west to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.This 600-meter walk has always been close to the heart of pilgrims because of the significant role it played towards the end of Jesus’ life. The route was established in the 18th century and is now marked by nine Stations of the Cr... Read More

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Jerusalem and the Dead Sea Group Tour

This Jerusalem and Dead Sea tour starts on the Mount Scopus . Your guide will point our highlights on the Mount Scopus like the Garden of Gethsemane, Church of All Nations and Kidron Valley below. Wit

Duration: 6 to 9 hours

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Towering high above Jerusalem’s skyline is the Tower of David, a citadel that is perhaps the only witness to Israel’s long and colorful history. A living museum, the Tower of David is ironically not related to King David and was built in the 2nd century B.C. by the Hasmonean kings.The location of the tower near the Jaffa Gate on the western side of the Old City of Jerusalem was chosen because it is the highest point on the hill, making it a great defensive fortress that served its pu... Read More

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Admission Ticket: Tower of David Museum

The Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem is located in the medieval citadel known as the Tower of David, near the Jaffa Gate. The Museum presents Jerusalem’s story. It details the major e

Duration: 30 to 180 minutes

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Mount Zion has been mentioned in the Hebrew Bible several times and is even used to refer to the entire Land of Israel, making it a significant part of the history of Jerusalem.Located outside the walls of the Old City, Mount Zion has witnessed several events in the early Christian church including the last supper of Jesus and the manifestation of the Holy Spirit to his disciples at the Cenacle, the “falling asleep” of the Virgin Mary at the Church of the Dormition and the appearance... Read More

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Jerusalem Old City & Mount Zion from Tel Aviv

This new tour is geared towards those who want to sleep in and start their day of sightseeing a little later than regular tours.

Duration: 8 to 10 hours

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Jerusalem is undeniably one of the most historic sites anywhere in the world. And if there is one place where you can really soak in its rich history, it has to be the Israel Museum.Established in 1965, the museum holds the world’s most comprehensive archaeological collection of the Holy Land and the biggest display of Jewish Art and Life. The Israel Museum is located on a hill at the neighborhood of Givat Ram just near the the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Bible Lands Museum and the... Read More

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Admission Ticket and Audio-Guide: The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

There is only one place that can tell the full story of Israel and humankind from the dawn of civilization to the present day: from the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest bible in the world,

Duration: 90 to 360 minutes

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A stone portal that opens to an ancient world, Jaffa Gate is one of the 7 gates that open to the Old City of Jerusalem that houses some of the city's historic and iconic landmarks and tourist attractions. Step inside the gate and you'll be transported into a world of wonders, with structures that date back to the 14th century and earlier. What's great about these architectural wonders is that most of them are well-preserved or have been reconstructed to the best way possible.Some of the str... Read More

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Private Tour: Old City Jerusalem with Rampart Walk and Western Wall and New City Walking Tour

Spend a day exploring Jerusalem with this private 6-hour tour. Begin at the Jaffa Gate for a tour of Jerusalem's Old City, the Tower of David, the Rampart Walk, the Western Wall, and the Old City quar

Duration: 6 hours

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Built in 16th century during the time of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, Damascus Gate is one of the most impressive and beautiful among the gates of the wall surrounding the Old City. It's one of the main entrances too. Because of its strategic location, many guard towers and observation points decorate the gate. The gate's two towers come with machicolations, a floor opening where stone and boiling oil are poured down enemies and invaders. Today, what was once used a weapon has beco... Read More

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9 Gates of the Jerusalem Old City

One-day excursion to the holy city of Jerusalem,our driver will pick you up from your hotel in Tel Aviv between 06:50-07:15 am.We will see the 9 gates of the old city every gate has its own history an

Duration: 8 hours

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The walls surrounding the Old City of Jerusalem serve as fortifications which, in the Hebrew term, make it impenetrable and inaccessible. But Jerusalem didn't always have walls since fortifications are often built in cities near bodies of water. When the city was rebuilt, Jerusalem came with a moat and rampart. The walls were built as the next form of defense. They are equipped with towers, ladders and storage rooms. The wall system is made up of a higher inner wall and a lower outer w... Read More

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Israel's Best (self guided)

The new and the old, the desert and the sea, bazaars and mysticism, Crusaders and artists, cities and rural settlements, modern shops, throbbing coffee houses and bars, all these are Israel. This tour

Duration: 7 days

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Called Wadi Hilweh in Arabic, the City of David is an Arabic village and archaeological site believed to be the original settlement of Jerusalem’s Bronze and Iron Age. The site features natural defenses of the Kidron Valley to the east, the Hinnom Valley to the south, and the Tyropoeon Valley to the west. The excavations and archaeological digs in the area have been described as intense and controversial. Many archaeologists are unconvinced that's the City of David is indeed what... Read More

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Underground Jerusalem and City of David Tour from Jerusalem

Underground Jerusalem and City of David Discover the City of David and Explore Jerusalem’s history on this one day tour which includes the iconic City of David and famous underground tunnels which

Duration: 9 hours

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The walled city of Jerusalem is divided into four quarters, one of which is the Christian Quarter. It is located in the northwestern corner and stretches from the New Gate in the north to the Damascus Gate, bordering the Muslim Quarter.Inside the Christian Quarter, you'll see a variety of landmarks including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, from which the quarter was built around, monasteries, mosques, and the Muristan market. Here you will also find coffee houses, restaurants, hotels, and... Read More

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Tastes of Old Town Jerusalem Small-Group Walking Tour Including Traditional Breakfast

This Jerusalem tour serves up a little bit of everything, and all of it is far off the tourist trail! See the Old City with new eyes as you explore the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Armenian quarters

Duration: 4 hours

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One of the four quarters in the old city of Jerusalem, the Muslim Quarter is the largest and most populous. There used to be a mixed population of Christians, Jews and Muslims that live in the quarter.In 2007, the first Jewish settlement was developed with funding from the Israeli government. It included a synagogue and 20 apartments.Some of the Jewish landmarks in the Muslim Quarter include the Western Wall Tunnels and the Little Western Wall (Kotel Katalan). Many Romans and Crusaders were buri... Read More

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Tastes of Old Town Jerusalem Small-Group Walking Tour Including Traditional Breakfast

This Jerusalem tour serves up a little bit of everything, and all of it is far off the tourist trail! See the Old City with new eyes as you explore the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Armenian quarters

Duration: 4 hours

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For pilgrims, the Kidron Valley is one of the most significant places in the history of the bible. Located between the Temple Mount or Al-Haram Al-Sharif and Mount of Olives on the eastern edge of the Old City of Jerusalem, the valley has been crossed by King David when he escaped his son Absalom and Jesus when he traveled from Jerusalem to Bethany to raise Lazarus from the dead.The Kidron Valley also holds the Silwan necropolis, the most important cemetery in Jerusalem from the First Temple per... Read More

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Jerusalem's Gates and Valleys by foot

Walk upon the city Ramparts for fabulous views, visiting the gates of old Jerusalem. Learn their names and where they came from. How built the walls of the city and the gates. Walk through the Kidron

Duration: 6 to 8 hours

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Stepping into Mount Herzl is a bittersweet experience for a lot of travelers. Being 834 meters above sea level on the west side of Jerusalem, the mount offers a good view of the city and the Jerusalem Forest beside it. But behind that beauty is a grim reminder of that time in history when many people lost their lives because of religion and war.Also aptly called the Mount of Remembrance, Mount Herzl is the site of Israel’s national cemetery and it also holds a memorial for the victims of t... Read More

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1.5-Hour Audio Tour of Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center

This is an ideal tour for anyone who wants to visit Yad Vashem independently and set his or her own pace. You can immerse yourself in the history of one the most devastating chapters in the modern era

Duration: 1 to 2 hours

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Hummus, falafel, and baklava—these are just some of the most famous dishes in Israeli cuisine. A combination of traditional offerings and dishes brought back by the Jews from the Diaspora, the food in Jerusalem is as colorful and delicious as the history behind it.Eating in Jerusalem is a feast for the senses and you don’t have to spend a lot to experience the city’s culinary heritage. You may find yourself in one of the many local hummus and falafel joints in town one day and ... Read More

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Soul Archeology: Jerusalem's Old City Tour

Here is where it all began. The foundation of the world, prepared before the world was created. The beating heart of the Jewish people for over three thousand years. Words alone cannot do her justice,

Duration: 4 to 8 hours

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Thousands of tourists head to the foot of Mount Olives each year to see the tomb of the Virgin Mary.Although the New Testament didn’t mention anything about the death and burial of Mary, Christians have placed a large crypt on the Church of the Assumption, which is all that remains of the oldest near-complete church in Jerusalem.On this site, the “Status Quo,” or an understanding between religious communities that have been around for 250 years is in place. The tomb of the Virg... Read More

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full day tour Jerusalem

Tour DescriptionMTT’s one day VIP tour of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives is ideal for families and small groups up to six people looking for an exclusive and private tour of the city in one of

Duration: 8 hours

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Perhaps no other dining room in the world holds more importance to history than the Cenacle. Also called the “Upper Room,” the Cenacle is considered the first Christian church after the historic Last Supper took place on this room on the David’s Tomb Compound in Jerusalem.It is also the same place where the Holy Spirit appeared before the eleven apostles after Easter and where the apostles have been thought to stay in Jerusalem.Other important events that took place on the Cena... Read More

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Jerusalem Old City

This tour is geared towards those who want to sleep in and start their day of sightseeing a little later than regular tours.

Duration: 7 hours

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On the edge of Jerusalem lies the largest memorial for the holocaust victims in Israel. Yad Vashem strikes the heart of every tourist who steps inside its walls, as it provides nine chilling galleries that tell the tale of the horrors of the holocaust.Through historical displays, the museum shows films, artworks, photographs and personal items found in the camps during the holocaust with the goal of helping preserve the memory of those who died during this dark time in history.Yad Vashem also ho... Read More

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Jerusalem Jewish Heritage Private Tour

Explore centuries of Jewish heritage in Jerusalem on this private tour with professional guide and private car. You will be provided with convenient hotel pickup and drop-off from your Tel Aviv hotel

Duration: 6 to 8 hours

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