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From Ashdod Port: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Day Trip

From Ashdod Port: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Day Trip

Your guide will be waiting for you when you disembark from your cruise ship in Ashdod and the tour will begin with a pleasant drive to Jerusalem in a comfortable vehicle with A/C. At Mt. Scopus, the tour stops for a panoramic view across the city rooftops. Then drive towards the Old City passing biblical sites like the Garden of Gethsemane that stands on the Mount of Olives alongside the Church of All Nations. Also, spot the ancient Jewish tombs in Kidron Valley, and the Ophel Promenade as we drive parallel to the Old City walls. We enter the Old City on foot through one of the massive gates in the 16th-century walls and pass the Western Wall excavations as we walk towards the Western Wall. This sacred Jewish site is all that remains from the 2,000-year-old holy Jewish Temple that once stood on Temple Mount. In the Jewish Quarter, we see the Byzantine Cardo lined with columns, then we walk along a section of the Via Dolorosa, as Jesus did bearing his cross. The Via Dolorosa culminates at the Holy Sepulcher Church which was built in the 4th century to encompass Christ’s tomb and the site of the crucifixion at Golgotha (Calvary). The tour stops for a lunch break in the Old City and you have time to meander through one of the traditional markets. Leaving the Old City we can see Mount Zion as we drive towards the town where Christ was born. In Bethlehem, we tour the Nativity Church and see the Holy Grotto where the nativity took place. The tour ends with a drive back to Ashdod port where you can rejoin your cruise ship and continue to your next port of call.

From Amman: Private Day Trip of Jerusalem and Bethlehem

From Amman: Private Day Trip of Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Pick up from your hotel in Amman at 7 a.m., after the drive, you will arrive at Allenby Bridge for immigration procedure to the other side. Start the classic tour visit with a drive to the top of Mount of Olives believed Jesus ascended to heaven. You will enjoy a magnificent view of ancient and modern Jerusalem, the center of the heavenly 3 world religions. Proceed with a walk down the Palm Sunday Road visiting the Chapel of Dominus Flevit, where Jesus wept. Continue with a walking tour of the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, where Christ prayed on the night of his betrayal. Visit Damascus Gate. Then, head to the old city of Jerusalem and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the tomb of Jesus Christ. Proceed to visit the last standing remnant of the ancient Temple at the Western Wailing Wall, also visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Dome of the Rock. (Please note there are scheduled timings for these visits, subject to security). Free time for lunch and to explore on your own. Depart in the afternoon to Bethlehem to visit the Nativity Church marking the birthplace of Jesus. Visit the Grotto Church, the Church of Saint Catherine, and Saint Jerome Caves where the bible was translated from Hebrew to Latin. Continue to the Shepherds' Field in Beit Sahour, believed where the angels appeared announcing the birth of Jesus. Transfer back to Allenby Bridge for departure. After immigration return to Amman and transfer to your hotel.

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Ashdod Port. Private tour

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Ashdod Port. Private tour

We begin our day at the Mount of Olives with a spectacular scenic view of Jerusalem. From here we travel the Byzantine Cardo, a historic road that cuts through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. On the way, we visit the Wailing Wall (Kotel), the only remains of the Second Temple of Jerusalem, and one of the most sacred places in Jewish culture. The wailing is a description made by the British of the sounds of the Jewish people praying. Moving on we take the sacred route where Jesus carried the cross along the Way of Sorrows on the route to his crucifixion. We’ll then arrive at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Jesus was crucified as well as his Burial tomb. We continue our journey by touring the Bazaars of the Christian and Muslim quarters. Our first destination begins at the Mount of Olives overlooking an ancient Jewish cemetery where many believe that the resurrection of the Messiah will happen. (Zech 14:4). Looking down from here we have an excellent view across the Old City down to Temple Mount where the Holy Jewish Temple originally existed. *This point can be replaced with another viewpoint, as it depends on the traffic congestion and possible jams. We will then travel towards the Zion Gate, passing the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations and the Kidron Valley. Here we can observe the Jewish burial tombs of Absalom, King David’s son, Jehoshaphat and the Hezir family. We arrive at Jerusalem’s Old City on exiting the Zion Gate and continue through the Armenian quarter. We will then arrive at the fifteen-hundred-year-old excavated Byzantine Cardo, an ancient road now restored. We pass the Jewish quarter towards the Western Wall, a section of the exterior wall of the Jewish Temple that once stood erect on Temple Mount almost 2,000 years ago. We will walk the path many pilgrims have throughout history, stopping at points where Jesus paused on the way carrying his cross to Golgotha (Calvary). Our final destination is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the crucifixion and Burial tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. Finally, we will have time to wander the traditional Middle Eastern markets before our next destination Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born. Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth and home to Jesse, King David’s father. From Manger Square, we will enter the fourth-century Church of the Nativity, the oldest site in continuous use as a place of Christian worship opened in the year 333. Below the chapel is the Grotto of the Nativity where you’ll see an altar in remembrance of the three wise men, and a fourteen-point star set into the floor which signifies the exact spot where Jesus was born.

Jerusalem: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Jerusalem: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Jerusalem Self-Guided Audio Tour, where preferences, freedom, and flexibility intertwine to offer you an immersive exploration of one of the world's most historically and culturally rich cities. Embark on a journey through time and space at your own pace, allowing curiosity to guide you through the labyrinthine streets and iconic landmarks of Jerusalem. Gone are the days of rigid itineraries and predefined routes. With our self-guided tour, you have the freedom to chart your own course, lingering at the sights that captivate you most and bypassing those that don't pique your interest. Embrace the spontaneity of travel as you wander through Jerusalem's bustling markets, tranquil courtyards, and sacred sites, all while enjoying the autonomy to dictate the rhythm of your exploration. Flexibility is the cornerstone of our audio tour, allowing you to mold your experience according to your schedule and desires. Whether you're an early riser eager to beat the crowds or a night owl enchanted by Jerusalem's nocturnal charm, the city unfolds before you like an open book, ready to be explored on your terms. But this tour is not merely about wandering aimlessly; it's a journey of discovery, enlightenment, and enrichment. Immerse yourself in the layers of history that blanket Jerusalem, from the ancient stones of the Old City to the modern skyline of West Jerusalem. Unravel the tapestry of cultures that have woven themselves into the fabric of this city, from the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions to the myriad influences of civilizations past and present. As you traverse Jerusalem's streets, our audio guide will regale you with tales of empires risen and fallen, of prophets and kings, of conquests and triumphs. Learn about the myths and legends that have shaped Jerusalem's identity, from the fabled Temple Mount to the elusive Holy Grail. Marvel at the architectural marvels that dot the cityscape, each bearing witness to the passage of time and the ingenuity of humankind. Learn more about the top 15 tourist attractions in Jerusalem . Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central location and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Old City of Jerusalem 2. Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City 3. Cardo 4. Western Wall 5. Tower of David Museum 6. Via Dolorosa 7. Eglise du Saint-Sepulcre 8. City of David National Park 9. Temple Mount 10. Church of Saint Peter in Gallicantu 11. Hezekiah's Tunnel 12. Church of All Nations 13. Mount of Olives 14. Israel Museum 15. Yad Vashem So, whether you're a seasoned traveler or a first-time visitor, prepare to embark on a journey of discovery unlike any other. With the Jerusalem Self-Guided Audio Tour as your companion, the mysteries of this ancient city await, ready to be unveiled at your own pace, in your own way.

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Haifa Port. Private Tour

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Haifa Port. Private Tour

We begin our day at the Mount of Olives with a spectacular scenic view of Jerusalem. From here we travel the Byzantine Cardo, a historic road that cuts through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. On the way, we visit the Wailing Wall (Kotel), the only remains of the Second Temple of Jerusalem, and one of the most sacred places in Jewish culture. The wailing is a description made by the British of the sounds of the Jewish people praying. Moving on we take the sacred route where Jesus carried the cross along the Way of Sorrows on the route to his crucifixion. We’ll then arrive at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Jesus was crucified as well as his Burial tomb. We continue our journey by touring the Bazaars of the Christian and Muslim quarters. Our first destination begins at the Mount of Olives overlooking an ancient Jewish cemetery where many believe that the resurrection of the Messiah will happen. (Zech 14:4). Looking down from here we have an excellent view across the Old City down to Temple Mount where the Holy Jewish Temple originally existed. *This point can be replaced with another viewpoint, as it depends on the traffic congestion and possible jams. We will then travel towards the Zion Gate, passing the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations and the Kidron Valley. Here we can observe the Jewish burial tombs of Absalom, King David’s son, Jehoshaphat and the Hezir family. We arrive at Jerusalem’s Old City on exiting the Zion Gate and continue through the Armenian quarter. We will then arrive at the fifteen-hundred-year-old excavated Byzantine Cardo, an ancient road now restored. We pass the Jewish quarter towards the Western Wall, a section of the exterior wall of the Jewish Temple that once stood erect on Temple Mount almost 2,000 years ago. We will walk the path many pilgrims have throughout history, stopping at points where Jesus paused on the way carrying his cross to Golgotha (Calvary). Our final destination is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the crucifixion and Burial tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. Finally, we will have time to wander the traditional Middle Eastern markets before our next destination Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born. Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth and home to Jesse, King David’s father. From Manger Square, we will enter the fourth-century Church of the Nativity, the oldest site in continuous use as a place of Christian worship opened in the year 333. Below the chapel is the Grotto of the Nativity where you’ll see an altar in remembrance of the three wise men, and a fourteen-point star set into the floor which signifies the exact spot where Jesus was born.

From Tel Aviv: City of David & Underground Jerusalem Tour

From Tel Aviv: City of David & Underground Jerusalem Tour

Visit Jerusalem's most important historical sites on this packed full-day tour. Start with a breathtaking view of Jerusalem from the Temple Mount area, after which you drive along the Kidron Valley towards the Zion gate, where you will have excellent views of Mount Olives and the Jewish cemetery. At its base are the ancient burial tombs Yad Avshalom, Beni Hazir and that perhaps of Zechariah. Alongside are the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations. On Mount Zion, stop at the amazing Tomb of David. Enter the Old City through the Zion gate on your way to the Cardo, and stop at the four beautifully restored seventeenth and early eighteenth century Sephardi synagogues which were used to house animals during the nineteen years the Old City was under Jordanian rule. Continue to the excavated fifteen hundred year old main street Byzantine Cardo.  Continuing through the Jewish Quarter,  marvel at the excavated and exposed foundation of the 2700-year-old wall of biblical Jerusalem built by King Hezekiah. Descend a few meters and find yourself in a two thousand year old complex of homes with their original mosaic floors and mikveh. A brief stop at the Western Wall (Kotel) allows you to place a note between its stones. Leave the Old City through the Dung gate and visit the remarkable excavations of the three thousand year old City of David.

From Amman: 1-Night Private Jerusalem and Bethlehem Tour

From Amman: 1-Night Private Jerusalem and Bethlehem Tour

Day 1: Amman Hotel – Allenby Bridge- Jerusalem hotel (D) 105 KM Pick up from your hotel in Amman at 7 a.m., after the drive, you will arrive at Allenby Bridge for immigration procedure to the other side. Transfer to the hotel in Jerusalem, free time at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel. • Additional night / s by request. Day 2: Classic Ancient Jerusalem and Bethlehem – Allenby - Amman Hotel (B) 175 KM After breakfast, start the classic tour visit with a drive to the top of Mount of Olives believed Jesus ascended to heaven. You will enjoy a magnificent view of ancient and modern Jerusalem, the center of the heavenly 3 world religions. Proceed with a walk down the Palm Sunday Road visiting the Chapel of Dominus Flevit, where Jesus wept. Continue with a walking tour of the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, where Christ prayed on the night of his betrayal. Then, head to the old city of Jerusalem and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the tomb of Jesus Christ. Proceed to visit the last standing remnant of the ancient Temple at the Western Wailing Wall, also visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Dome of the Rock. (Please note there are scheduled timings for these visits, subject to security). Free time for lunch at your own expense. Depart in the afternoon to Bethlehem to visit the Nativity Church marking the birthplace of Jesus. Visit the Grotto Church, the Church of Saint Catherine, and Saint Jerome Caves where the bible was translated from Hebrew to Latin. Continue to the Shepherds' Field in Beit Sahour believed where the angels appeared announcing the birth of Jesus. Transfer back to Allenby Bridge for departure. After immigration return to Amman and transfer to your hotel.

From Jerusalem: Origins of Christ in Jerusalem Day Tour

From Jerusalem: Origins of Christ in Jerusalem Day Tour

Enjoy a walking tour of Jerusalem and Mt. Olives, exploring significant locations from the story of Jesus Christ. Start out on Mt. Olives, and visit the place of Ascension, and Pater Nostra, where the Lord's Prayer is available to read in 123 languages. Take in the spectacular view of Jerusalem from the summit of Mt. Olives before descending to the city. Stop at Dominus Flevit, the place where Jesus wept as he foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem, and continue to the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. See the Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley before entering the Old City through the Lion's Gate, and once inside the Old City, see the pools of Bethesda on the grounds of the Church of St. Anne (mother of Mary). Travel underneath the Sisters of Zion Convent, and see the ancient pavement engraved with games the Roman soldiers played long ago, and note the starting point of Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross.)

Jerusalem Christian Private Tour

Jerusalem Christian Private Tour

Enjoy the views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, take a walk along the Via Dolorosa and the Western Wall, and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher on a private day trip. Discover all the key sites in Jerusalem with your guide, who specializes in Christianity. Drive to the Garden of Gethsemane to visit the Church of All Nations or the Basilica of the Agony. Drive along the Resurrection Valley to view the oldest cemeteries. Then, enter the Old City through the Jaffa gate and continue with a walking tour around the Old City. Head through the Armenian quarter to the Mount of Zion to visit the Upper Room, where Jesus is thought to have had his last supper with his disciples. View the Dormition Church. Next, walk along the old city walls to enjoy breathtaking views. Visit the Western Wall, the sacred Jewish site. Cross the Muslim neighborhood and proceed along the Via Dolorosa (the Cross Way of Jesus). At the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, climb up to Golgotha and descend to the quarry. Walk through the immense church with the resurrection story evolving before your eyes. View Jesus' Tomb - a huge Edicule. Walk through the Christian quarter of the old city before ending the tour. Get back in the car and arrive at your hotel.

From Tel-Aviv: Day Tour to Origins of Christ in Jerusalem

From Tel-Aviv: Day Tour to Origins of Christ in Jerusalem

Enjoy a walking tour of Jerusalem and Mt. Olives, exploring significant locations from the story of Jesus Christ. Start out on Mt. Olives, where you will visit the place of Ascension, and Pater Nostra, where you can read the Lord's Prayer in 123 languages. Enjoy the spectacular view of Jerusalem from the summit of Mt. Olives before descending to the city. Stop at Dominus Flevit, the place where Jesus wept as he foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem, and continue to the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. See the Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley before entering the Old City through the Lion's Gate. In the Old City, see the pools of Bethesda on the grounds of the Church of St. Anne (mother of Mary.) Underneath the Sisters of Zion Convent, see the ancient pavement engraved with games the Roman soldiers played long ago, and note the starting point of Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross.)

Church of All Nations: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Ashdod Port: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Day Trip

From Ashdod Port: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Day Trip

Your guide will be waiting for you when you disembark from your cruise ship in Ashdod and the tour will begin with a pleasant drive to Jerusalem in a comfortable vehicle with A/C. At Mt. Scopus, the tour stops for a panoramic view across the city rooftops. Then drive towards the Old City passing biblical sites like the Garden of Gethsemane that stands on the Mount of Olives alongside the Church of All Nations. Also, spot the ancient Jewish tombs in Kidron Valley, and the Ophel Promenade as we drive parallel to the Old City walls. We enter the Old City on foot through one of the massive gates in the 16th-century walls and pass the Western Wall excavations as we walk towards the Western Wall. This sacred Jewish site is all that remains from the 2,000-year-old holy Jewish Temple that once stood on Temple Mount. In the Jewish Quarter, we see the Byzantine Cardo lined with columns, then we walk along a section of the Via Dolorosa, as Jesus did bearing his cross. The Via Dolorosa culminates at the Holy Sepulcher Church which was built in the 4th century to encompass Christ’s tomb and the site of the crucifixion at Golgotha (Calvary). The tour stops for a lunch break in the Old City and you have time to meander through one of the traditional markets. Leaving the Old City we can see Mount Zion as we drive towards the town where Christ was born. In Bethlehem, we tour the Nativity Church and see the Holy Grotto where the nativity took place. The tour ends with a drive back to Ashdod port where you can rejoin your cruise ship and continue to your next port of call.

From Amman: Private Day Trip of Jerusalem and Bethlehem

From Amman: Private Day Trip of Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Pick up from your hotel in Amman at 7 a.m., after the drive, you will arrive at Allenby Bridge for immigration procedure to the other side. Start the classic tour visit with a drive to the top of Mount of Olives believed Jesus ascended to heaven. You will enjoy a magnificent view of ancient and modern Jerusalem, the center of the heavenly 3 world religions. Proceed with a walk down the Palm Sunday Road visiting the Chapel of Dominus Flevit, where Jesus wept. Continue with a walking tour of the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, where Christ prayed on the night of his betrayal. Visit Damascus Gate. Then, head to the old city of Jerusalem and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the tomb of Jesus Christ. Proceed to visit the last standing remnant of the ancient Temple at the Western Wailing Wall, also visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Dome of the Rock. (Please note there are scheduled timings for these visits, subject to security). Free time for lunch and to explore on your own. Depart in the afternoon to Bethlehem to visit the Nativity Church marking the birthplace of Jesus. Visit the Grotto Church, the Church of Saint Catherine, and Saint Jerome Caves where the bible was translated from Hebrew to Latin. Continue to the Shepherds' Field in Beit Sahour, believed where the angels appeared announcing the birth of Jesus. Transfer back to Allenby Bridge for departure. After immigration return to Amman and transfer to your hotel.

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Ashdod Port. Private tour

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Ashdod Port. Private tour

We begin our day at the Mount of Olives with a spectacular scenic view of Jerusalem. From here we travel the Byzantine Cardo, a historic road that cuts through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. On the way, we visit the Wailing Wall (Kotel), the only remains of the Second Temple of Jerusalem, and one of the most sacred places in Jewish culture. The wailing is a description made by the British of the sounds of the Jewish people praying. Moving on we take the sacred route where Jesus carried the cross along the Way of Sorrows on the route to his crucifixion. We’ll then arrive at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Jesus was crucified as well as his Burial tomb. We continue our journey by touring the Bazaars of the Christian and Muslim quarters. Our first destination begins at the Mount of Olives overlooking an ancient Jewish cemetery where many believe that the resurrection of the Messiah will happen. (Zech 14:4). Looking down from here we have an excellent view across the Old City down to Temple Mount where the Holy Jewish Temple originally existed. *This point can be replaced with another viewpoint, as it depends on the traffic congestion and possible jams. We will then travel towards the Zion Gate, passing the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations and the Kidron Valley. Here we can observe the Jewish burial tombs of Absalom, King David’s son, Jehoshaphat and the Hezir family. We arrive at Jerusalem’s Old City on exiting the Zion Gate and continue through the Armenian quarter. We will then arrive at the fifteen-hundred-year-old excavated Byzantine Cardo, an ancient road now restored. We pass the Jewish quarter towards the Western Wall, a section of the exterior wall of the Jewish Temple that once stood erect on Temple Mount almost 2,000 years ago. We will walk the path many pilgrims have throughout history, stopping at points where Jesus paused on the way carrying his cross to Golgotha (Calvary). Our final destination is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the crucifixion and Burial tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. Finally, we will have time to wander the traditional Middle Eastern markets before our next destination Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born. Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth and home to Jesse, King David’s father. From Manger Square, we will enter the fourth-century Church of the Nativity, the oldest site in continuous use as a place of Christian worship opened in the year 333. Below the chapel is the Grotto of the Nativity where you’ll see an altar in remembrance of the three wise men, and a fourteen-point star set into the floor which signifies the exact spot where Jesus was born.

Jerusalem: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Jerusalem: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Jerusalem Self-Guided Audio Tour, where preferences, freedom, and flexibility intertwine to offer you an immersive exploration of one of the world's most historically and culturally rich cities. Embark on a journey through time and space at your own pace, allowing curiosity to guide you through the labyrinthine streets and iconic landmarks of Jerusalem. Gone are the days of rigid itineraries and predefined routes. With our self-guided tour, you have the freedom to chart your own course, lingering at the sights that captivate you most and bypassing those that don't pique your interest. Embrace the spontaneity of travel as you wander through Jerusalem's bustling markets, tranquil courtyards, and sacred sites, all while enjoying the autonomy to dictate the rhythm of your exploration. Flexibility is the cornerstone of our audio tour, allowing you to mold your experience according to your schedule and desires. Whether you're an early riser eager to beat the crowds or a night owl enchanted by Jerusalem's nocturnal charm, the city unfolds before you like an open book, ready to be explored on your terms. But this tour is not merely about wandering aimlessly; it's a journey of discovery, enlightenment, and enrichment. Immerse yourself in the layers of history that blanket Jerusalem, from the ancient stones of the Old City to the modern skyline of West Jerusalem. Unravel the tapestry of cultures that have woven themselves into the fabric of this city, from the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions to the myriad influences of civilizations past and present. As you traverse Jerusalem's streets, our audio guide will regale you with tales of empires risen and fallen, of prophets and kings, of conquests and triumphs. Learn about the myths and legends that have shaped Jerusalem's identity, from the fabled Temple Mount to the elusive Holy Grail. Marvel at the architectural marvels that dot the cityscape, each bearing witness to the passage of time and the ingenuity of humankind. Learn more about the top 15 tourist attractions in Jerusalem . Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central location and then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Old City of Jerusalem 2. Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City 3. Cardo 4. Western Wall 5. Tower of David Museum 6. Via Dolorosa 7. Eglise du Saint-Sepulcre 8. City of David National Park 9. Temple Mount 10. Church of Saint Peter in Gallicantu 11. Hezekiah's Tunnel 12. Church of All Nations 13. Mount of Olives 14. Israel Museum 15. Yad Vashem So, whether you're a seasoned traveler or a first-time visitor, prepare to embark on a journey of discovery unlike any other. With the Jerusalem Self-Guided Audio Tour as your companion, the mysteries of this ancient city await, ready to be unveiled at your own pace, in your own way.

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Haifa Port. Private Tour

Jerusalem & Bethlehem Tour from Haifa Port. Private Tour

We begin our day at the Mount of Olives with a spectacular scenic view of Jerusalem. From here we travel the Byzantine Cardo, a historic road that cuts through the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. On the way, we visit the Wailing Wall (Kotel), the only remains of the Second Temple of Jerusalem, and one of the most sacred places in Jewish culture. The wailing is a description made by the British of the sounds of the Jewish people praying. Moving on we take the sacred route where Jesus carried the cross along the Way of Sorrows on the route to his crucifixion. We’ll then arrive at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Jesus was crucified as well as his Burial tomb. We continue our journey by touring the Bazaars of the Christian and Muslim quarters. Our first destination begins at the Mount of Olives overlooking an ancient Jewish cemetery where many believe that the resurrection of the Messiah will happen. (Zech 14:4). Looking down from here we have an excellent view across the Old City down to Temple Mount where the Holy Jewish Temple originally existed. *This point can be replaced with another viewpoint, as it depends on the traffic congestion and possible jams. We will then travel towards the Zion Gate, passing the Garden of Gethsemane, the Church of All Nations and the Kidron Valley. Here we can observe the Jewish burial tombs of Absalom, King David’s son, Jehoshaphat and the Hezir family. We arrive at Jerusalem’s Old City on exiting the Zion Gate and continue through the Armenian quarter. We will then arrive at the fifteen-hundred-year-old excavated Byzantine Cardo, an ancient road now restored. We pass the Jewish quarter towards the Western Wall, a section of the exterior wall of the Jewish Temple that once stood erect on Temple Mount almost 2,000 years ago. We will walk the path many pilgrims have throughout history, stopping at points where Jesus paused on the way carrying his cross to Golgotha (Calvary). Our final destination is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the crucifixion and Burial tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. Finally, we will have time to wander the traditional Middle Eastern markets before our next destination Bethlehem, where Jesus Christ was born. Bethlehem, birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth and home to Jesse, King David’s father. From Manger Square, we will enter the fourth-century Church of the Nativity, the oldest site in continuous use as a place of Christian worship opened in the year 333. Below the chapel is the Grotto of the Nativity where you’ll see an altar in remembrance of the three wise men, and a fourteen-point star set into the floor which signifies the exact spot where Jesus was born.

From Tel Aviv: City of David & Underground Jerusalem Tour

From Tel Aviv: City of David & Underground Jerusalem Tour

Visit Jerusalem's most important historical sites on this packed full-day tour. Start with a breathtaking view of Jerusalem from the Temple Mount area, after which you drive along the Kidron Valley towards the Zion gate, where you will have excellent views of Mount Olives and the Jewish cemetery. At its base are the ancient burial tombs Yad Avshalom, Beni Hazir and that perhaps of Zechariah. Alongside are the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations. On Mount Zion, stop at the amazing Tomb of David. Enter the Old City through the Zion gate on your way to the Cardo, and stop at the four beautifully restored seventeenth and early eighteenth century Sephardi synagogues which were used to house animals during the nineteen years the Old City was under Jordanian rule. Continue to the excavated fifteen hundred year old main street Byzantine Cardo.  Continuing through the Jewish Quarter,  marvel at the excavated and exposed foundation of the 2700-year-old wall of biblical Jerusalem built by King Hezekiah. Descend a few meters and find yourself in a two thousand year old complex of homes with their original mosaic floors and mikveh. A brief stop at the Western Wall (Kotel) allows you to place a note between its stones. Leave the Old City through the Dung gate and visit the remarkable excavations of the three thousand year old City of David.

From Amman: 1-Night Private Jerusalem and Bethlehem Tour

From Amman: 1-Night Private Jerusalem and Bethlehem Tour

Day 1: Amman Hotel – Allenby Bridge- Jerusalem hotel (D) 105 KM Pick up from your hotel in Amman at 7 a.m., after the drive, you will arrive at Allenby Bridge for immigration procedure to the other side. Transfer to the hotel in Jerusalem, free time at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel. • Additional night / s by request. Day 2: Classic Ancient Jerusalem and Bethlehem – Allenby - Amman Hotel (B) 175 KM After breakfast, start the classic tour visit with a drive to the top of Mount of Olives believed Jesus ascended to heaven. You will enjoy a magnificent view of ancient and modern Jerusalem, the center of the heavenly 3 world religions. Proceed with a walk down the Palm Sunday Road visiting the Chapel of Dominus Flevit, where Jesus wept. Continue with a walking tour of the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, where Christ prayed on the night of his betrayal. Then, head to the old city of Jerusalem and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the tomb of Jesus Christ. Proceed to visit the last standing remnant of the ancient Temple at the Western Wailing Wall, also visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Dome of the Rock. (Please note there are scheduled timings for these visits, subject to security). Free time for lunch at your own expense. Depart in the afternoon to Bethlehem to visit the Nativity Church marking the birthplace of Jesus. Visit the Grotto Church, the Church of Saint Catherine, and Saint Jerome Caves where the bible was translated from Hebrew to Latin. Continue to the Shepherds' Field in Beit Sahour believed where the angels appeared announcing the birth of Jesus. Transfer back to Allenby Bridge for departure. After immigration return to Amman and transfer to your hotel.

From Jerusalem: Origins of Christ in Jerusalem Day Tour

From Jerusalem: Origins of Christ in Jerusalem Day Tour

Enjoy a walking tour of Jerusalem and Mt. Olives, exploring significant locations from the story of Jesus Christ. Start out on Mt. Olives, and visit the place of Ascension, and Pater Nostra, where the Lord's Prayer is available to read in 123 languages. Take in the spectacular view of Jerusalem from the summit of Mt. Olives before descending to the city. Stop at Dominus Flevit, the place where Jesus wept as he foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem, and continue to the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. See the Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley before entering the Old City through the Lion's Gate, and once inside the Old City, see the pools of Bethesda on the grounds of the Church of St. Anne (mother of Mary). Travel underneath the Sisters of Zion Convent, and see the ancient pavement engraved with games the Roman soldiers played long ago, and note the starting point of Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross.)

Jerusalem Christian Private Tour

Jerusalem Christian Private Tour

Enjoy the views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, take a walk along the Via Dolorosa and the Western Wall, and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher on a private day trip. Discover all the key sites in Jerusalem with your guide, who specializes in Christianity. Drive to the Garden of Gethsemane to visit the Church of All Nations or the Basilica of the Agony. Drive along the Resurrection Valley to view the oldest cemeteries. Then, enter the Old City through the Jaffa gate and continue with a walking tour around the Old City. Head through the Armenian quarter to the Mount of Zion to visit the Upper Room, where Jesus is thought to have had his last supper with his disciples. View the Dormition Church. Next, walk along the old city walls to enjoy breathtaking views. Visit the Western Wall, the sacred Jewish site. Cross the Muslim neighborhood and proceed along the Via Dolorosa (the Cross Way of Jesus). At the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, climb up to Golgotha and descend to the quarry. Walk through the immense church with the resurrection story evolving before your eyes. View Jesus' Tomb - a huge Edicule. Walk through the Christian quarter of the old city before ending the tour. Get back in the car and arrive at your hotel.

From Tel-Aviv: Day Tour to Origins of Christ in Jerusalem

From Tel-Aviv: Day Tour to Origins of Christ in Jerusalem

Enjoy a walking tour of Jerusalem and Mt. Olives, exploring significant locations from the story of Jesus Christ. Start out on Mt. Olives, where you will visit the place of Ascension, and Pater Nostra, where you can read the Lord's Prayer in 123 languages. Enjoy the spectacular view of Jerusalem from the summit of Mt. Olives before descending to the city. Stop at Dominus Flevit, the place where Jesus wept as he foresaw the destruction of Jerusalem, and continue to the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. See the Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley before entering the Old City through the Lion's Gate. In the Old City, see the pools of Bethesda on the grounds of the Church of St. Anne (mother of Mary.) Underneath the Sisters of Zion Convent, see the ancient pavement engraved with games the Roman soldiers played long ago, and note the starting point of Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross.)

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We were met exactly as promised off Norwegian Jade cruise(Aug '23) and shown quickly to the tour bus. Avi and George were excellent guides and easily managed to visit all we wanted to see in the day, with Avi always conscious of the time to ensure we were back at Ashdod port for required time. Would highly recommend.

It has been an excellent excursion from a good bus, an appropriate group size and guides with such knowledge and people skills that made my excursion an experience. Congratulations to Isra and Amir, for being studious and knowing how to transmit that knowledge, making a dynamic and enriching excursion.

Eli was an excellent tour guide. Very detailed every place we visited. Any questions we asked where we were he was able to answer them. Highly recommend for you to use him as your tour guide. He will treat you well.

Dan designed a perfect day trip for us. From Ashdod we drove to Jerusalem and then to Bethlehem. He spoke German to us and we enjoyed a private tour thanks to him. We learned a lot, thanks and shalom dear Dan.

Everything perfect, wonderful guides JoJo and Samir, very empathetic and understanding. We went with the grandmothers and they helped them a lot, they had the greatest patience and the best attitude.