Trip at a Glance
Religious Tour, Sightseeing
$350 USD per trip
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
All activities & entrance fees An incredible experience and loads of fun! Tour Guides are certified by the Ministry of Tourism.
Comfortable, broken in walking shoes are recommended. Modest attire for holy sites – hats for men and shoulder covering for women.
- The Temple Mount
- Via Dolorosa and Stations of the Cross
- Church of the Holy Sepulchre
- The Western Wall
- The Southern Walls & Davidson Center
Roughly 3 billion people, half of mankind hold Jerusalem as holy. Why? The Temple Mount Atop the Temple Mount stands one of the most magnificent Islamic structures. Particularly interesting to Christians is the founding inscription mentioning Jesus and Mary and the Foundation Stone, marking the site of the Holy of Holies and spot of the Sacrifice of Isaac. Via Dolorosa and Stations of the Cross Walk in the final path of Jesus, starting at the location where Pontius Pilate sentenced Jesus. There are fourteen Stations of the Cross that line the Via Dolorosa, ending with the final station – the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where the crucifixion took place. Church of the Holy Sepulchre Located in the Old City’s Christian Quarter, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the holiest site in Christian faith. It is here that Jesus was crucified and later buried. At the center of the church is the Stone of Unction, the location where Jesus’ body was prepared for burial. The Western Wall Here stands the remnant of the ancient Jewish Temple. People come from all over the world to pray at the wall and feel its strong spiritual presence. Write down your greatest wish and place it in the wall cracks, following the tradition of thousands of years and millions of Jews. Western Wall Tunnels Tour These famous underground tunnels contain remnants of entire rooms from the Second Temple period. At Warren’s Gate, you’ll stand just a few feet away from where the Holy Ark stood, and feel the yearning of the Jewish people for the Temple for thousands of years. The Southern Dig; Davidson Center The temple was the Jewish center of Jerusalem. How did it look? Where did one enter from? When would one come to visit and what would they need to bring? Come see for yourselves how the second temple streets looked and where any Jew would enter this holy site
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