Walking tour to visit few of the most fascinating sites with the Old Jerusalem walls. Walking through the 4000 years of history in less than a day and in a slow move. Enjoy every minute of the meeting with Jerusalem daily reality.
Get out of the old quarter and walk in the footsteps of those who defied danger and dared to build a life beyond the city walls. Find out how cultures from around the globe came together and created the modern face of Jerusalem.
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 that define Jerusalem today ' with plenty of food stops along the way.
An orientation to Jerusalem spread over two days. Jerusalem is an overwhelming City. Experience has taught that most people can absorb only so much! In these two days of touring we try to make things a little easier by guiding you for 6 hours each day and then suggesting activities to do on your own, museums to visit, restaurants or some panoramic views from strategic rooftops or balconies to drink a beer or relax over a glass of wine.
Immerse yourself in the hallowed sites of Old Jerusalem on this full-day tour of the Old City. Rewind 2,000 years and more and see some of the world's holiest places close-up, from the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), to the Via Dolorosa (no. 5-14) and magical Church of the Holy Sepulchre, said to stand on the spot of Jesus' crucifixion. Your sightseeing net also takes in the Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane and the Last Supper Room on Mount Zion. Time to trawl the stalls at the Old City marketplace provides the finishing touch.
Trace the footsteps of Jesus Christ on a full-day walking tour of Jerusalem, and see the settings of many time-honored biblical tales. With a knowledgeable guide at your side, stroll down the Mount of Olives and visit sites such as Dominus Flevit Church and the Church of All Nations. Hear of Jesus' links to ancient Jerusalem while exploring the Old City and take in the Pool of Bethesda, St Anne Church, Convent of the Sisters of Zion and more. Finally, finish with a highlight, visiting the famous Via Dolorosa pilgrimage route where Jesus is said to have walked to his crucifixion.