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1. From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem Biblical Full-Day Tour
Begin your tour of Biblical Jerusalem with a bird’s eye view across the city from the Mount of Olives. From here you can see beyond the Old City walls to Temple Mount and the Dome of the Rock. Then drive down the mount, passing an ancient Jewish cemetery, the Biblical Garden of Gethsemane, the stunning Church of All Nations and the Kidron Valley where monumental Jewish tombs have stood for centuries. As you approach the Old City, you'll pass the Dormition Church and arrive on Mount Zion. In Jerusalem, visit the Room of the Last Supper where Christ ate with his Apostles on the eve of his crucifixion. This room is also called the Upper Room as it is on a floor over the site of King David’s Tomb. Then enter the Old City Armenian Quarter via the Zion Gate and pass the Armenian Church of St. James. Your tour guide will tell you about the fascinating Armenian culture, before you move on to th...
2. Jerusalem and Bethlehem Full-Day Small Group Tour
Enjoy a 10-hour business class tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem, traveling in small groups of no more than 18 passengers for a more personalized experience. Discover the holiest of holy cities, spiritual sanctuary to 3 great religions, with a history that dates back over 4 millennia. You will start by driving to the Mount of Olives to get panoramic views of the Old City of Jerusalem. Stop at Mount Zion to see King David's Tomb, the room of the Last Supper, and Dormition Abbey. Then explore the main monuments of the Old City including the Wailing Wall, Temple Mount, and the Dome of the Rock. Stroll through the Jewish and Armenian Quarters with your government-licensed guide, and wander down the beautifully restored Roman Cardo. Continue along Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also known as the Church of the Resurrection, which is said to be where Jesus was buried and res...
The tour is really good. In my personal opinion I think there is not enough time for both places. If you have more time , take two different tours. There is a lot to see in old Jerusalem. You want to spend more time there.
3. Jerusalem Classical Private Tour
Visit a number of holy and significant sites to both Christianity and Judaism as you tour around Jerusalem with your knowledgable local guide. Learn interesting information about the city it's history and culture. Begin by visiting the Church of Agony and the Gardens of Gethsemane. Enter the Old City through the Dung Gate and stop at the Western Wall, the most sacred place to Jews today. Next, visit the beautiful Crusader Church of St. Anne and the Pools of Bethesda. Walk the Stations of the Cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the site of Jesus’s crucifixion. Enjoy some time exploring the lively markets and along the Byzantine Cardo before leaving the Old City via the Zion Gate. Tour around Mount Zion and the tomb of King David as well as the Room of the Last Supper. Time permitting, have the chance to visit the Church of Peter Gallicantu and the Garden Tomb.
4. Jerusalem & Dead Sea: Full-Day Tour from Jerusalem
Visit Jerusalem 's holy and cultural sights on this full-day tour, then head to the desert to float in the Dead Sea. Head to Jerusalem's Mount of Olives to see Jerusalem's beautiful church spires and golden minarets glimmer from up high. Stop at Mount Zion to visit King David's tomb, the room of the last supper, and visit the imposing Dormition Abbey. Explore the Armenian and Jewish quarters in Jerusalem's Old City, and visit the recently excavated and restored Cardo; the old Roman road. See the Wailing Wall then continue to the Christian Quarter. Walk the Via Dolorosa, where Jesus carried his cross to his crucifixion site, which is where the ancient Church of the Holy Sepulchre now stands. Head deep into the Judean desert to the lowest point on Earth, the Dead Sea. Float effortlessly in the unique mineral-rich waters. After getting your natural spa treatment in the Dead Sea, it's ti...
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Great way of ticking off those sights!
The guide we had for Jerusalem was fantastic and extremely knowledgeable and patient with questions. Jerusalem within the city walls you must go back for shopping - I had read reviews before saying customers felt rushed through and would have liked shopping time, but I can see why not - there’s SO many little shops and stalls, you would loose customers left right and centre, if you have free time - the place is a maze and it just wouldn’t work!! Bethlehem however I was not as impressed with the guide - the situation was a little bizarre, being dropped at a border point and then the group split and divided into different cars with what seemed random drivers - a little unsettling and went from feeling very organised to a hoist!! The guide came across as though he was there for payment not passion - his knowledge was sound I have to say, but he lacked interest in general convo/rude-being marched into a tourist trap for trashy souvineers was just awkward. Bethlehem is fab itself!
A terrific tour with plenty of time to enjoy the wonderful Historic and religious sites of Jerusalem and Bethlehem. An absolute must-do tour if time is short when visiting the Holy Land. Apart from the relatively short drive from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, the majority of the time is spent following a very knowledgeable guide. To meet the agreement requirements between Israel and Palestine, a switch in vehicles and guides is required, but don’t worry, it is seamless and well coordinated. The driver, tour bus and guide in Bethlehem are equally skilled and conversant. A 5-star tour!
It's always a great experience with Get-your-Guide !!!
Very well organized tour: we were 7 people in the minibus, pick-up at the hotel, sufficient photo stops, opportunities to eat and drink and the possibility of using the toilets. The guide was extremely knowledgeable, very friendly and reported very interesting things. The guide spoke fluent German and English.
Both guides were excellent. Gerry accompanied us for the entire day and the guide for Bethlehem did the Church of the Nativity part of the tour. I can't remember the name of the Bethlehem guide (it was a girl in her twenties). Both were very knowledgeable and friendly.
Very well organized excursion with a brilliant guide. Thanks to our guide, we were even lucky enough to get into the birth grotto in Bethlehem, which is usually very difficult. Lunch was also good value for money.