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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Guided Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Three religions walking tour of Old City Jerusalem 
  • See religious sites inside the city walls and beyond
  • Learn the ancient stories behind Jerusalem’s holy places
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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour
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Tour in EnglishMost Popular
4-hour walking tour with a local English-speaking guide.
US$33.13
Tour in Spanish
4-hour walking your with a local Spanish-speaking guide
US$33.13
Overview
Discover Jerusalem’s Jewish, Islamic, and Christian sites on a walking tour that explores the city’s rich religious heritage, from the Dome of the Rock to Temple Mount and the Via Dolorosa. Experiencing Jerusalem through all three of the city’s major religions gives a fascinating perspective on thousands of years of history, spirituality, and sometimes conflict.
What to Expect
Meet a guide in the Old City and set out on foot towards Temple Mount, where the Dome of the Rock marks place where the Prophet Mohammed is believed to have ascended to heaven. Here, learn how the site is sacred in Judaism, as well, from the First Temple to the story of Abraham’s sacrifice.

Take in two other beautiful Islamic monuments—the Dome of the Chain and Al Aqsa Mosque—then continue to the Western Wall, an important pilgrimage place for Jews.

In the Christian quarter, follow the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, retracing the route that Jesus is believed to have walked on the way to the crucifixion site. Outside the ancient walls, head to Mount Zion, the 12-century Hall of the Last Supper, and the Tomb of King David, before finishing the tour in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Excellent

Best way to explore the most important sites of Jerusalem's old town! Our your guide Anat was fantastic. You will be confronted with a lot of historical facts during the tour (approx. 3,5 hours) but thanks to Anat's charismatic explanations, the entire group stayed attentive...More

Thank JohannaEins
Reviewed 1 week ago
Free tour of jerusalem

Excellent tour. Really informative, good pace and a great guide. It took two hours which was just the right amount of time for our visit.

Thank Newlyretired2016
Reviewed 1 week ago
Far from expected

The guide was not dressed as he should for recognition (with a red T-Shirt), nor flagged (with a Tour Operator flag or logo), causing several tourist missing the tour. The time was not well managed resulting in attending only to 50% of the program. Additionally...More

1  Thank Rolando C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Go with Josh!

We just got finished the Holy City walking tour with Josh. He is a must when you arrive in Jerusalem. Josh goes in-depth into the history of the city in an approachable, friendly manner. Book Josh and enjoy!

Thank Jared S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great free walking tour !

We had a tour with a man called Lian. He was really good in explaining the history and was able to answer all our questions. The tour starts at Jaffa Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City (check the detailed starting time in advance). From there you...More

1  Thank Dominik J
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ronalyn d
17 September 2018|
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Response from Rolando C | Reviewed this property |
That's right. Moreover you should pay attention to languages available, since Spanish and French are less frequent. Also be aware that the information in Sandeman's website is not correctly presented, so there is no way they... More
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Tova T
19 July 2018|
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Response from Kathleen P | Reviewed this property |
We did not stop for lunch. But you are moving en mass and it is not hard to grab something while on the tour. Better yet, bring something to snack on then go to lunch afterwards. Hope this helps.
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Andrew H
9 July 2018|
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Response from Lauralucci | Reviewed this property |
Ours was 4 hours in length
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