This tour is customizable according to the interests of your group. Jerusalem is a complex city full of hidden corners and treasures, but if it's your first time, check out some of the most important sites of New and Old Jerusalem.
Jerusalem's ancient Old City is a one of the most unique, diverse and complex places you'll ever experience. It's packed with culture, history and holy sites to Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Visit the Western Wall, Temple Mount (Haram esh-Sharif in Arabic), Jewish Quarter, Western Wall Tunnels and other sites to learn about the Jewish character of the Old City. Christian pilgrims and visitors won't want to miss the Via Dolorosa, Stations of the Cross and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. And you can get a fascinating look into Jerusalem's Muslim community and its history in the Arab Suq, Haram esh-Sharif (Temple Mount) and Muslim quarter. Other historical sites, such as the Cardo, will give you a peek into the era of Roman rule in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem's New City is a thriving metropolis, buzzing with culture, events, food and much more. You can learn about the early history of Jerusalem outside the Old City walls by visiting historical neighborhoods like Mishkenot Shaananim, the ultra-Orthodox Mea Shearim and Nahalat Shiva. Jerusalem's neighborhoods are home to their own attractions, including the Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, the First Station and the beautiful natural surroundings of Ein Karem.