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The Via Dolorosa

  • Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

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Great walk
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

It was nice to follow the stations of the cross and see the religious sites along the way. A lot of people so at times very squshy. probably would like to do it again.

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Very touching
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

Although it's noisy, you do get a sense of the path taken by Christ. It's moving and surreal. Would highly recommend.

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Amazing to walk in Christ's footsteps
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

We followed this route from the Basti Pizzeria, which is located between the 2nd and 3rd stations (I think). The route was well-sign posted; however, we were also following a good map in our Lonely Planet. We stopped at each station and spent some time in reflection, which made the hustle and bustle of...

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We followed this route from the Basti Pizzeria, which is located between the 2nd and 3rd stations (I think). The route was well-sign posted; however, we were also following a good map in our Lonely Planet. We stopped at each station and spent some time in reflection, which made the hustle and bustle of the old city on Easter Sunday seem to disappear as were felt like we were in the footsteps of Christ.

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A difficult path to follow
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

Walk on ancient stones worn and uneven from centuries of pilgrims who have travelled here. The stations of the cross are a bit difficult to find if you do not have a guide.You will walk through parts of the Muslim quarter via narrow crowded pedestrian only streets. Wear good footwear everywhere in the old...

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Walk on ancient stones worn and uneven from centuries of pilgrims who have travelled here. The stations of the cross are a bit difficult to find if you do not have a guide.You will walk through parts of the Muslim quarter via narrow crowded pedestrian only streets. Wear good footwear everywhere in the old city as the terrain is difficult. Our guide told us that this area is known for pickpockets so protect your valuables, especially when you are on your own. Don't go on a Friday.

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A must for Christian Pilgrims!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

No trip to Jerusalem would be complete without following the footsteps of Christ, visiting the 14 stations of the cross. Located in the heart of the walled part of old Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa is a cobbled street believed to be the path that Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion. Many of...

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No trip to Jerusalem would be complete without following the footsteps of Christ, visiting the 14 stations of the cross. Located in the heart of the walled part of old Jerusalem, Via Dolorosa is a cobbled street believed to be the path that Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion. Many of the stations are either difficult to find or under repair, but it is a cathartic opportunity for pilgrims to walk in the footsteps of Christ, taking in the history and significance of this beautiful and chaotic city.

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