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Art, Culture and Cuisine of Jerusalem

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Jerusalem, Israel

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $350 USD per trip
  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Price Includes

    All activities & entrance fees; An incredible experience and loads of fun!; Tour Guides are certified by the Ministry of Tourism.

  • Notes

    Comfortable, broken in walking shoes are recommended. Modest attire for holy sites – hats for men and shoulder covering for women.

Highlights

  • Culture of the Nachlaot Neighborhood
  • Figures and Flavors of the Jerusalem Market
  • Jaffa Road and Street of the Prophets
  • Beit David Courtyard and Museum of Psalms
  • Have a drink with a Yeminite healer

Trip Info

Courtyards and Culture of Nachlaot
Meandering through the enchanting alleys and courtyards of Nachlaot, we’ll learn about the history of this neighborhood and visit important landmarks. We’ll have a chance to explore the neighborhoods thriving yet covert art scene and meet with local artists.

Figures and Flavors of Shuk Machane Yehudah
Step into Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda market and experience the tastes, smells and personalities of an authentic Middle Eastern shuk. We’ll have a drink with a Yeminite healer, sample Middle Eastern spices, and indulge in a surprisingly wide variety of Halva.

Jaffa Road and Street of the Prophets
On our stroll down one Jerusalem oldest roads we’ll encounter historical landmarks which each tell their own tale. As we continue onto the Street of the Prophets we’ll see Israel’s first hospitals and visit the former homes of artist William Homan Hunt and poetess Rachel Bluwstein.

Beit David Courtyard and Museum of Psalms
Beit David, one of Jerusalem’s first neighborhoods, was home to Rabbi Kook, the first Chief Rabbi of Israel. Here we’ll take a mystical journey through the Museum of Psalms with artist Tzvi HaLevi Berger, who painted all 150 Psalms by translating Kabbalistic ideas into visual art.

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