JERUSALEM & BETHLEHEM
"something I'm going to treasure for the rest of my life." (Imre, WA)
Take a private tour to the most important city in the world together with the most holiest church in the world – the Church of The Nativity in Bethlehem (Belen).
Understand Jerusalem old city’s 3000 year history in about 4 hours walk. appreciate the geo-political of both of the cities. See where Jesus spent the last week of his life, died and resurrected. Visit the last remain of King Herod’s Temple. In other words, see where the stories of the holy bible took place.
Main sites to visit in Jerusalem:
- The Western Wall & The Jewish Quarter
- The Via Dolorosa (Stations of the cross)
- The Church of the Holy Sepulcher (Jesus Tumb) & The Cristian Quarter
- The Arab Market
- Jaffa Gate
Sites to visit in Bethlehem:
- Church of the Nativity
- Milk Grotto
- Security Wall & Bansky graffiti sighting
- Shepherd’s fields
Flexibility to add or skip sites according to your faith or interest
Rich in culture and history, the epicenter of Christianity, Judaism and Islam shines with religious and historic significance and hosts the memories of Jesus, Abraham, King David, King Solomon, Alexander the Great, and more leaders who have left their footprint in the Holy Land and specifically Jerusalem.
This private walking tour in the Old City of Jerusalem & Bethlehem can be made according to your wants and needs and can be modified as you wish.
The private tour in Jerusalem is the most popular tour in Israel, takes you on a 4 hour walk around the Old City to visit the Western Wall, The Dome of the Rock, The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and the four quarters. After that, a car
This is the ideal tour for first time visitors as part of a business trip/family vacation, this tour offers to understand the history, religion, politics, and archaeology in the span of a half day.
My Israel Guide private tour guides have a passion for Israel and for pleasing tourists and guests. We want you to take home the best memories of our small but fascinating country and will not rest until you are happy.
Is it safe?
Yes. The Old City of Jerusalem is well secured due to the religious sensitivity. There are lots of security guards and Israeli police (Uniformed and undercover). In case of security incident, which rarely happen, you will be notify by the guide and act accordingly.
What to bring?
- Comfortable shoes
- Appropriate clothing for holy sites (ability to cover shoulders, chests and knees)
- Good spirit 🙂
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