On a guided tour of Jerusalem, you will visit the Western Wall, the Holocaust Museum, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and see the holy places where Jesus was buried and resurrected.
Briefly about what you will see in full day Jerusalem tour
- Acquaintance with the holy city – Jerusalem will begin from Mount Scopus, which offers a panoramic view of Jerusalem. Next, you will enter the Old City, which contains the Dome of the Rock, the Western Wall, and the Temple Mount.
- Walkthrough the Armenian, Jewish quarters and the restored Cardo Street. From the mesmerizing bazaar of the city, along the Western Wall, you will find yourself in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. The temple owes its name and location to the legend of Jesus. It was here that the son of God was buried and then resurrected.
- On Saturdays, you can see with your own eyes the very room of the Last Supper, which Leonardo da Vinci depicted in his painting. From Mount Zion, visiting the tomb of King David, the excursion will continue through the New City. In New City, the main attraction is the Yad Vashem Museum. It is a beautiful building that tells the story of the Holocaust.
- If the tour takes place on Saturday, you can also visit the chamber of the Last Supper, the Tomb of King David on Mount Zion, and the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. From here, you will continue your tour of the new part of Jerusalem and spend time at the Yad Vashem Museum dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust. This beautiful building is in stark contrast to the horrific history that you will learn within its walls.
It’s important to know!
- Modest clothes.
- The Holocaust Museum is closed on Friday, Saturday, and Jewish holidays.
- Children under the age of 10 are not allowed to enter the Yad Vashem Museum.