Half Day tour to Old City – The tour aims to show Jerusalem's Old City with its 4 quarters : the Armenian, the Jewish, the Christian and the Muslim. The tour focuses on the Christian side of the city but does not ignore the Jewish and Muslim sides as well
Track – Christ Church, Armenian Quarter, Last Supper Room, David's Tomb, Church of Dormition, Jewish Quarter and Cardo, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Note – Protestant pilgrims can be offered the "garden tomb".
Half a day tour to The mount of Olives – The tour takes us to the Mount of Olives with its wonderful view of the old and new city of Jerusalem, so in this tour we will visit Christian and jewish sites on the mountain
Track – The Ascension Mosque, Pater Noster Complex, the observation from the Mount of Olives to the Old and New City, The Tombs of the Prophets, Dominus Flevit Church, All Nations Church (Agony), Yad Avshalom Monument , Zechariah Monument
Notes – The arrival to the Mount of Olives is by taxi, entrance to Pater Noster and Ascension Mosque cost money.
Half Day Tour in Ein Kerem – Ein Kerem is a picturesque and charming village in the west of Jerusalem. It is known as the birthplace of John the Baptist. On this tour, enjoy the view of the Jerusalem Mountains, immerse yourself in the aroma of the village and visit Christian sites in the area
Track – Pigeon Hill, route through village alleys, Visitation Church, Sisters of the Zion Monastery, Church of John in the mountains
Notes – Arrival and return by taxi, the sites are closed at noon and it should be taken into account, it is possible and worthwhile to combine lunch in one of the restaurants there
Half Day Tour of the "City of David" – City of David is the hill where the city of Jerusalem was founded over 5,000 years ago, where David established his capital. The settlement was based there on account of the local spring
On the tour we will visit the city , most of the road will be done underground in underground tunnels leading to the water protection systems of Jebus and the kings of David’s dynasty, the ancient street that led from the Siloam pool to the Temple, the sewage systems from 2000 years ago and more
Christianity is of special importance, too, since, according to tradition, Jesus opened the eyes of a blind man with the help of clay taken from the Siloam pool. In the Byzantine period there was a church on the pool and its remains are still visible today
Notes – There is a cost of entry into the City of David.
Half-day tour up the Via Dolorosa – the tour traces the path of the agony of Jesus moving from the place of the trial to the place of the crucifixion, and focuses mainly on the way of torment as established in the 17th century
Route – Petrus in Gallicantu Church in Mount Zion, Cardo, Lions Gate, St. Anna Church, St. Anna Orthodox Church, Sisters of Zion Prison, Jesus Prison and Bar Abba (Orthodox) church. All stations in Via Dolorosa and the Church of the holy sepulcher.
Notes – The tour is designed for those who want to delve into the Christian history of the city, taking into account admission costs at three sites – St. Peter in Gallicantu Church, St. Anna and the Zion Sisters.
Full day tours that combine two of the suggestions above. The classic combination is of 1 – 2. It begins
on the Mount of Olives and continues to the Old City. But any two options can be considered
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