The magical and wonderous ancient and holy city of Jerusalem, precious  to Judaism, Christianity and Islam  alike.   A journey through a 'time tunnel' enriched with archaeological sites, synagogues, monasteries, churches, mosques and museums.  It is a revelation, a harmony between old and new, different cultures, religions and architecture.  It is a truly exciting and inspirational experience.  .

Jerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, rich with religious, spiritual and cultural heritage. Amongst  fascinating historic and archeological sites, there are amazingly modern tourist attractions for all lovers of culture, the arts, theater and music, architecture and gastronomic delights.

At Jerusalem’s heart is the Old City, which is surrounded by a wall and divided into four quarters - Jewish, Armenian, Christian, and Muslim. Inside the walls are important holy sites of the three major religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism.  The Christian quarter alone houses some 40 religious buildings (churches, monasteries and pilgrims’ hostels). One of the most prominent and important sites in the Christian quarter is the Via Dolorosa, the “Way of Sorrows,” Jesus’ final path, the 14 stations of the cross, ending at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Several of the most important Christian relics are housed in this church, including the anointing stone (on which Jesus’ body was laid before his burial) and Jesus’ grave.

For the Jews, the Western Wall is the most holy of sites since it is a remnant of the Holy Temple which once stood there. Prayers are offered here and notes containing heartfelt wishes are wedged between its crevices.

It is said in Islam that Muhammad went on a celestial journey from the spot where the ruins of the Jewish temples was and where the Al Aqsa Mosque erected.

Since Jerusalem is a city that has become home to people from many different faiths, traditions and ethnic groups, the city’s culinary culture offers something for everyone. Alongside Bohemian gourmet restaurants you will find eateries where the food is cooked slowly over ancient stoves, a wide range of coffee shops, ethnic restaurants, fast food stands and bars that come to life in the evening hours.

One Day Tours from Jerusalem

Location: Jerusalem, Israel.


Jerusalem Old & New City
Pick up from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem
Visit the Old City, the Western Wall and Via Dolorosa. Church of the Holy Sepulchure, on to Mount. Zion. After lunch, the tour continues to Yad Vashem and Church of John the Baptist.

Note: Tours of holy sites require modest dress (no shorts), shoulder covering. Comfortable shoes recommended

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Jerusalem and Dead Sea Overday from Sharm El Sheikh, Dahab, Newiba, Taba

Location: Sharm El.Sheikh, Dahab, Newiba, Taba, South Sinai, Egypt.
Upon your arrival you'll be met by our tour representative who will accompany you through your tour. We will start from Eilat and drive along the Arava Valley toward the Dead Sea the deepest point on earth; which is more than 400 meteres below sea level.

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