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Day in Old Jerusalem

"Ten measures of beauty descended to the world, nine were taken by Jerusalem, one by the rest of the world"


The city of Jerusalem is sacred to the three Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Each religious tradition left a unique mark on the city, shaped its quarters and helped it develop into a bustling melting pot.
This tour offers must-see sights to those that want to become acquainted with Jerusalem.

Tour length

6-8 Hours


Light | Medium | Hard

Avg group size

Private & Small groups

Full Itinerary
Full Itinerary

We’ll start off at the Mount of Olives and enjoy the panoramic view of Jerusalem. It is a great spot to recount the city’s biblical significance and the prophecies of the future.
We’ll walk the Palm Sunday Road, following the footsteps of Jesus as he entered Jerusalem and many came saying: “Hosanna… blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” (Matthew 21).
We’ll visit the Garden of Gethsemane – a stunning basilica with a precious olive tree garden. Here, Jesus prayed: “O my father, if this cup cannot pass away from Me unless I drink it, Your will be done” (Matthew 26).
Next is the Western Wall, the main place of worship for the Jewish people. Visitors are welcome to take part in an old tradition and leave a prayer note at the Western Wall.
We’ll continue to Via Dolorosa – the traditional way of the cross where pilgrims can relate to Christ’s Passion.
We’ll reach the Holy Sepulchre Church, which is shared by six denominations and is the celebrated site of the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Afterward, we’ll stroll through the alleys of the Jewish Quarter and get a closer look at the Roman Cardo, a broad wall called “Hezekiah’s Wall”, and the Golden Menorah.
Our last sight is Mount Zion, where we‘ll visit the Upper Room – a site where Jesus had the Last Supper with his disciples; and the Tomb of King David – a synagogue that houses the tomb of the glorious King.


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