What to see in Jerusalem?

Jerusalem is the only place on earth full of extraordinary light, mysterious shadows, mystical aura, and spirituality, which excites every tourist’s imagination. This is a city full of contrasts, a trove of precious treasures with a centuries-old history. It impresses with its landscape, dynamic culture, and diversity. It’s surrounded by a spiritual halo of temples, sanctuaries, synagogues, and mosques, which remember the most distant history. Here travelers will see picturesque ruins, oriental bazaars, and hotels, which guarantee a top-level vacation.

Private tours of Jerusalem

There are lots of interesting things in Jerusalem:

  • historical narratives that date back to the dawn of civilization;
  • rich tapestry of intertwined religious traditions;
  • artistic and cultural values.

It would be impossible to see and feel all that on your own for a short visit. But a professional guide in Jerusalem will help you by making the best route and planning a trip perfectly so that you get maximum impressions.

  • Multilingual guides have extensive experience and a license of the State of Israel.
  • No boring and dry facts.
  • You will find a perfect balance of understanding and humor, and get acquainted with all the wonders of the pearl capital.

A private tour will let you soak up the atmosphere of the most ancient city in the world and a religious center of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Sights of Jerusalem

Are you ready for a comprehensive tour full of history, culture, stories, and attractions? A private tour from 123Trip Tel Aviv will give you an acquaintance with the city. The tour will be like watching a movie full of unexpected plot twists, stunning shots, and astonishing scenes.

  1. You can start the tour with climbing Mount Scopus, which offers a breathtaking view of the Old City in all its splendor.
  2. Go to the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations, and the Kidron Valley.
  3. Walk down Cardo – the main street built in the Byzantine period.
  4. Visit the Wailing Wall in the Jewish Quarter – the remains of an ancient temple of Jerusalem destroyed by the Romans.
  5. Right next to this wall, you’ll see the Dome of the Rock – an Islamic holy place.
  6. Through the Christian Quarter, you will get to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built on the traditional site of Jesus's crucifixion.
  7. Take the path, which Jesus took on the way to his crucifixion – Via Dolorosa.

Discover the amazing power of this extraordinary 3000-year-old city, its countless monuments and archaeological wonders, magical trails, and incredible views that guarantee an unforgettable experience.

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