If you only have one day to spend in the Israeli capital and want to make sure you see its highlights including the Dome of the Rock, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and some key museums, here are a few options.
Jerusalem, a fascinating multi-layered city, is the reason most visitors come to Israel for. To explore its millennia-old history, rich with religious and cultural diversity, there are many unmissable sites to include in your itinerary. Here are some of the most outstanding sights in Jerusalem.
For visitors to Israel pressed for time but wishing to see some of the country’s key sites, day tours with a licenced guide are the most efficient and enjoyable option.
How to organise a private guided tour in Israel.Here are some tips on how to plan your private tour in Israel:
Stop any complaining in its tracks with these five fun kid-friendly attractions in Jerusalem.
For such a tiny country, Israel has a lot of museums (the highest per capita in the world). Most of the major museums are concentrated in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, but if you have the time, head off the “beaten path” and visit some of the other rich museums Israel offers.
The best way to see Israel is with an expert tour guide. But with thousands of guides to choose from, it’s hard to know who to choose. These simple tips will help ensure you choose the best guide for you.