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The Christian Quarter of Jerusalem's walled Old City holds the most important Christian church, the Holy Sepulchre, and a number of monasteries, archaeological sites, and shrines along the Via Dolorosa.
Christian Quarter Road, Jerusalem, Israel
+972 54-535-3180
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My daughter and I recently visited Jerusalem and had a magical time, much of it spent hunting down Biblical sites, and pottering around the old city. Cannot recommend highly enough - so much history and atmosphere! On a side note, do not shop at Amber...More

Thank E K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enter the Christian Quarter through the New Gate or through the Jaffa Gate. I prefer the Jaffa because there is an information center upon entering. This quarter is home to one of the most important Christian holy sites, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the...More

Thank MaltaBound
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well, we really felt like we were walking into a different city when we entered the Christian Quarter. Lots of places to eat and many with American type food. Plus schwerma. Lots of stalls selling clothing and what we could consider “chinese” products. Still, worth...More

Thank IndySig
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Best sandwiches! Even had mayo! Sat in the garden court with lots of greenery, birds, and wonderful service

Thank _cjsimmons
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Every time in Jerusalem you can discover new sites; I suggest to visit the city out of the official halidays otherwise is too crouded. Stay out of the usual tours

Thank spreafico1946
Reviewed 22 June 2018

This part of Jersulam is a bit quieter than other parts. The cobblestone streets are charming and for some reason, it looked less clean than the last time I visited here. But that was over 20 years ago! There is so much to as there...More

Thank Sharon L
Reviewed 15 June 2018

We visited the Christian Quarter as part ofd a pilgrimage for lunch and then back of an evening to find quiet bars that served alcohol. Not quite as manic as some of the other Quarters.

Thank WidleyTraveller
Reviewed 4 June 2018

Well, it depends what one understand by "Christian Quarter. If you mean icons, candles, etc. then it is. It is uniquely recognized by this sort of store. The vendors seem to be a little more honest then in other parts in Jerusalem. It also give...More

Thank Dudy D
Reviewed 30 May 2018

One of the four quarters of Jerusalem, this is a fascinating place to explore, with narrow, cobblestone streets, small shops and coffee houses, there is something for everyone. This quarter is filled with a variety of churches, some many centuries-old, including the renowned Church of...More

Thank SmileyKay
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Each quarter has a different atmosphere. The Christian Quarters feels safer, less volatile. There are lots of churches. Remember to dress appropriately if you want to go inside. In addition to the usual tourist stuff like shirts, postcards, pottery there are lots of shops devoted...More

Thank Catherine M
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10 May 2016|
Response from henryrl |
Hi,look at my site or call me at 972546696263. I am now registered with theMinistry of Tourism with a classification as a expert in Christian tourism in addition to my being a licenced tour gude