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Old and New Jerusalem Full-Day Tour

Highlights
  • View key sites of Old and New Jerusalem in one day
  • Explore with a guide to uncover Jerusalem’s past and each site’s story
  • See the Holy Sepulchre Church, Wailing Wall, Yad Vashem, and more
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Old and New Jerusalem Full-Day Tour
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Overview
Jerusalem’s sights come with so much history that exploring them without a guide probably won't do justice to their historical importance. With this tour, discover Old and New Jerusalem’s main sites and learn the full story behind each. See the Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and more, before finishing with time at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum—all with your transport and tickets taken care of.
What to Expect
After pickup from your Jerusalem hotel or city-center meeting point, travel by climate-controlled coach to the Mount of Olives, a ridge east of Old Jerusalem that has drawn Christian pilgrims for centuries.

Then, pass the Garden of Gethsemane, thought to be where Jesus prayed before his crucifixion.

Next, enter the Old City via Zion Gate. See the Byzantine Cardo and the Western Wall (Wailing Wall). Walk the Via Dolorosa, believed to trace Jesus’ steps toward the Hill of Calvary, where the Church of the Holy Sepulchre now stands.

View the Stone of Anointing, where Jesus is believed to have been laid before burial. Then, leave Old Jerusalem via the Jewish Marketplace to visit Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum.

Your tour ends at the starting point.

Please note: Yad Vashem is closed Fridays, Saturdays, and Jewish holidays and will be replaced with Mount Zion and the Church of All Nations (Basilica of Agony).
Reviews (77)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Exploring Jerusalem with Yoav

I don't usually like doing guided tours, but this time I was glad I did. Navigating the maze of streets and alleyways of Jerusalem and its layered history alone would have been complicated, and with the risk of missing fantastic sights. Luckily, this was not...More

Thank Andrea F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Quite expensive

Overall a packed day but unfortunately i felt it was overpriced for what you get. We were picked up at the first pick up point, which meant we were on the bus for an hour before we even started the tour. This was frustrating and...More

Thank beanie171
MariaM16620, Operational Representative at Bein Harim Tourism Services - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear Beanie, We appreciate your review on your tour to Jerusalem with us. We regret that the pick-up service, the accuracy of tour description and the lunch didn’t meet your expectations. That might have been frustrating to you and for that we apologize. We highly...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour of Jerusalem

We really enjoyed our day tour of the city. Our guide, Itamar, really brought the city and it's history to life. He was attentive, knowledgeable, funny and patient. The tour itself was well organized with prompt pickups, nice lunch, etc. Overall, we couldn't ask for...More

1  Thank Flyer185443
Reviewed 10 October 2018
An unforgettable trip

Our tour of the old and new city of jerusalem was something truly memorable. We had the opportunity to view the city under different areas / points and realities. The most important and relevant one that deserves mentioning is the extreme practical and theoretical capacity...More

2  Thank Samuel C
Reviewed 7 October 2018
Great day trip with super guide Yaron Maoz!

We are a Norwegian family, with kids ages 10, 12 and 14, and we would all highly recommend Yaron Maoz as a guide in Jerusalem. Yaron is a M.A. of classic archeology and the history of Israel. His «real job» is as a history teacher...More

2  Thank Alexandra Bech G
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Hailey P
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Response from merp23 | Reviewed this property |
Starts at around 7am till 4 in the afternoon. Ofcourse this includes picking up clients from various hotels.
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