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Jerusalem Full-Day Tour from Tel Aviv

From US$93.00
  • See Old and New Jerusalem’s historical highlights in a day from Tel Aviv
  • Take in the Old City, Mt. Zion, and Yad Vashem without transport hassles
  • Uncover stories and details you might miss if going alone
Jerusalem Full-Day Tour from Tel Aviv
From US$93.00
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Jerusalem regular groups
Full-day group tour accompanied by a government licensed English-speaking guide. Tour commentary is provided in multiple languages.
From US$93.00
Jerusalem small group tours
Tour to Jerusalem with a government licensed English-speaking guide. Tour commentary is provided in multiple languages.
From US$110.00
Rounding up Jerusalem’s must-sees in a day of independent sightseeing is challenging, especially with numerous sites located outside the walled Old City. This tour from Tel Aviv incorporates the must-sees into one day, eliminating the need to arrange travel between them and providing important guided insight. Call at Mount Zion and the Mount of Olives before an Old City walking tour and visit Yad Vashem before returning to Tel Aviv.
What to Expect
After leaving Tel Aviv by air-conditioned vehicle, admire Old Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives and explore Mt. Zion, believed to be the location of Jesus’ Last Supper.

See Dormition Abbey, reputedly where the Virgin Mary died, and visit what’s thought to be the Tomb of King David, the Old Testament warrior king. Enter Old Jerusalem, wander through the Armenian and Jewish quarters, and pass the Byzantine Cardo and old Roman road to the Western Wall (Wailing Wall).

Follow part of the Christian Quarter’s Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed to be the site of Jesus’ crucifixion. Continue to Yad Vashem, Israel’s memorial to the Holocaust, in New Jerusalem. Alternatively, on Saturdays and Jewish holidays, go to Ein Karem, traditionally held to be John the Baptist’s birthplace, to see Mary’s spring and visit the Church of John the Baptist.

Your tour ends with a hotel drop-off.
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1 - 5 of 18 reviews

Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile
Highly recommended

I booked this tour one day ahead through my hotel. Really nice new tourvan. Our guide Michael provided a very objective overview on Jerusalem's history, the religions involved, ceremonies, traditions and today's political&economical situation in Isreal. Great, very positively surprised. Strongly recommended. Really worth the...More

Thank Martina R
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile
Jerusalem tour

Hilik Lavi was our guide and he was amazing. His knowledge was incredible and the tour flowed really well. Was a great day.

Thank Dave B
Reviewed 12 March 2018 via mobile
Ok, not what we expected

We booked the ‘small tour option’ and in the end were around 15 people, so a bit more than we had expected. Also, we booked the English tour, but as there were mostly Spanish speakers in our group the tour guide did the our half...More

1  Thank foodieaufreisen
Reviewed 27 February 2018
Absolutely fantastic

Sylvia was our guide. She is this lovely Scottish woman who has lived in Israel for a while, and is incredibly enthusiastic and knowledgeable. You can really see that she is passionate about the country and its people. Her primary aim was to show us...More

2  Thank ShebaAJ
Reviewed 27 January 2018
Perfect day in Jerusalem

We went on a day trip from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a small group on Shabbat. Everything went smoothly and our wonderful guide Sylvia gave very interesting information and useful advice so we could make the best of our time. The small coach was...More

1  Thank nashlux
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20 April 2018|
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Near the US embassy...