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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City 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 English
4-hour walking tour with a local English-speaking guide.
US$33.40
Tour in Spanish
4-hour walking your with a local Spanish-speaking guide
US$33.40
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 2 weeks ago
Excellent overview of Jerusalem

A fun and informative tour. Particularly good way to visit Dome of the Rock. I had visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre previously, but now understand it much better. Added bonus was recommendation of hummus cafe.

Thank janine m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A lovely tour with a gorgeous guide

The tour was fascinating, the instructor, Yariv, had great knowledge, a sense of humor and a fun attitude. We had a lot of fun.

Thank galiportnoy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fascinating tour

This tour was extremely well given, lots of interesting stories and history. The old city itself is of course a wonderful place to visit, and is dramatically enhanced by touring with a knowledgable tour guide that can bring to life the history and events that...More

Thank Lizzy S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent tour!

The free tour was an excellent introduction to the Old City of Jerusalem! Anna explained 4x more on this free tour than I learned on a paid tour the previous day. I highly recommend taking this tour when you first arrive to get your bearings...More

Thank cnj840
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interesting and fun tour.

Great walking tour in old Jerusalem. Our guide was Liran Whiteman - he is one of the greatest tour-guides I ever met. His presentation about the places we visited was both full of history, interesting facts and funny jokes. I was a great pleasure to...More

Thank Artemiy S
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Tova T
19 July 2018|
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Response from janine m | Reviewed this property |
The tour we were on actually finished after 4. We stopped for lunch very near the end. We had plenty of toilet stops, and we had to wait in a queue for the Dome of the Rock. So you could eat a small snack then.
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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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MitaMart
20 June 2018|
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Response from EranJerusalem | Reviewed this property |
You should contact them directly
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