The Holy City
The Old City of Jerusalem is one of the greatest, historical sites in the world with over 3.5 million tourists per year. There are amazing sites within the walls of the Old City including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Temple Mount.
Jerusalem is Israel’s largest city covering nearly 50 square miles. The walled Old City comprises four distinct areas: the Jewish Quarter, the Muslim Quarter, the Christian Quarter, and the Armenian Quarter. Each quarter exudes its own unique atmosphere, with religious sites, shops, and food offerings reflecting its respective heritage. It has become a major cultural center with over 60 museums, 30 annual festivals, an annual marathon, 26 wineries, and over 1,500 public parks and gardens.
Garden Tomb and Calvary
The Garden Tomb is an alternative site to the famous Holy Sepulchre. It is a beautiful place where you will discover many things that match accounts found in the four Gospels in the Bible.
Calvary, a... See more
Climb to the Top of the Mount of Olives
The first stop on your climb will be Gethsemane which is located at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. It is the garden site where Jesus prayed during his suffering and agony during his at... See more
Temple Mount and Dome of the Rock
This is one of Jerusalem’s holiest sites for both the Islamic and Jewish faiths. The most prominent landmark on the Temple Mount is its golden dome. Its architecture is distinctly Islamic. It is be... See more
One of the highlights of visiting the City of David is a trip through Hezekiah’s Tunnel. This tunnel was an incredible engineering feat and was constructed more than 3,000 years ago by King Hezekiah ... See more
Place a Prayer on the Wailing Wall
Millions of pilgrims, Jewish and non-Jewish, make their way to the Western Wall to pray, every year. They write their wishes on small pieces of paper. Then, the papers are placed between the cracks ... See more
Float in the Dead Sea
People travel from all over the world to float on the surface of one of the saltiest bodies of water in existence. Located 1,371 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the entire ... See more