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Ramparts Walks

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  • The Old City, Jerusalem

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Self Guided Tours On The Wall Ramparts

Walk along the northern part of the Old City walls in this self-guided walking tour. Read more
Walk along the ramparts of the southern part of the Old City walls on this self-guided tour. Read more

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 490 traveler reviews
Great adventure, beautiful views .
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on October 9, 2019

There are 2 routes of walking in the old city walls , both begin at Jaffa gate , one goes to the wailing wall , Ha’ashpot gate , one goes to the New gate . Not too difficult, very nice walking up and down , will take 30-40 minutes . The views are great...

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There are 2 routes of walking in the old city walls , both begin at Jaffa gate , one goes to the wailing wall , Ha’ashpot gate , one goes to the New gate . Not too difficult, very nice walking up and down , will take 30-40 minutes . The views are great ! Very recommended

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Beautiful views over Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 23, 2019

A wonderful way to see the Old City and beyond. I'd recommend doing this after you get yourself acquainted with Jerusalem as you can then pinpoint different locations and kind of connect the dots. Also, this is the best way to see the Old City as a living city, not just a historical attraction....

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A wonderful way to see the Old City and beyond. I'd recommend doing this after you get yourself acquainted with Jerusalem as you can then pinpoint different locations and kind of connect the dots. Also, this is the best way to see the Old City as a living city, not just a historical attraction. After all, people live there and this is especially noticeable from above. As mentioned before, parts of the walk can be quite strenuous so be ready for steep stairs. The ticket office provides a little booklet for both parts of the walk (The North path and the South path) and I personally won't recommend doing this in one day: too much to take in. However, they failed to mention that a significant part of the North walk has been closed for 5 years now and there were quite a few people stuck their, including us, not knowing what to do and where to go. We and some other people decided to return to Damascus Gates, and yes, it was possible to go against the flow as there were not too many people there at that time. A piece of advice - don't forget to bring a lot of water. And the only toilet is at the entrance to the South part of the walk. So, plan ahead. BTW, you need to pay cash: they don't accept credit cards. The price for both walks is 40 shekels, the tickets are valid for 2 days but no re-entry allowed.

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Only for strong legs
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 16, 2019

Definitely one of the best ways to spend a couple of hours in Jerusalem. Take the tickets 35 Nis (which is nothing!!!), walk up the first stairs and ... GO! Only pity that - due to restoration works - the path is interrupted at Herods Gate ... You cannot come back as the path is...

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Definitely one of the best ways to spend a couple of hours in Jerusalem. Take the tickets 35 Nis (which is nothing!!!), walk up the first stairs and ... GO! Only pity that - due to restoration works - the path is interrupted at Herods Gate ... You cannot come back as the path is so narrow that is only ONE WAY. Do not miss it!! (Careful not recommended for aging and not fit people)

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