Explore the fascinating city of Jerusalem and learn its intricate history, led by a professional guide. Roam the Armenian and Jewish Quarters, see the Roman Road, and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This tour includes transportation from Tel Aviv.
What to Expect
Delve deep into the complex history of Jerusalem and learn about its religious and cultural significance, on this stimulating tour led by a professional guide.
After being collected from your hotel in Tel Aviv, drive to Mount of Olives to enjoy a panoramic view of Jerusalem. Here your guide will introduce to you some of the facts and stories behind the city.
Stop at Mount Zion to visit King David's tomb, the room of the last supper and the Dormition Abbey.
Enter the Old City and roam the winding Armenian and Jewish Quarters, reaching the recently excavated Cardo–the Roman Road.
See the Jewish Wailing Wall and hear stories and myths connected to this landmark. Visit the Kotel, and continue on to the Christian Quarter. Walk along the Via Dolorosa and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This is a great chance to visit such a famous work of architecture.
Afterwards proceed to the New City and visit Yad Vashem–the memorial to the Holocaust. Pay your respects here and spend some time reflecting.
On Saturdays and Jewish holidays, instead of Yad Vashem, drive to Ein Karem, traditionally known as birthplace of John the Baptist; Enjoy a stroll in the picturesque village, stopping by Mary's spring and continue to visit the Church of Saint John the Baptist.
- Entrance fees
Know Before You Go
On Saturdays and Jewish holidays, instead of Yad Vashem, the tour will visit Yemin Moshe, the first neighborhood built outside the city walls.
From March 1 2016:
On Saturdays and Jewish holidays, instead of Yad Vashem, drive to Ein Karem, southwest of Jerusalem, traditionally known as birthplace of John the Baptist; Stroll in the narrow lanes of the picturesque neighborhood, stopping by Mary's spring and continue to visit the remarkable Church of Saint John the Baptist.
Modest dress (no shorts or sleeveless shirts) and head covering is required to visit holy sites.
Children under 10 years old are not permitted into Yad Vashem.