Jerusalem Old and New Day Tour
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Explore Jerusalem's iconic landmarks, from the breathtaking Mount of Scopus to the historic Church of the Holy Sepulchre, with a visit to Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum for a profound journey through history.
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Embark on our Jerusalem Old and New Tour, commencing atop the picturesque Mt. Scopus with breathtaking views of the city's skyline. The Old City and the iconic Temple Mount, adorned with the golden dome of the Dome of the Rock, offer a perfect photo opportunity. As we descend, we encounter a venerable 3,000-year-old Jewish cemetery below.
Our journey takes us past the serene Garden of Gethsemane, the revered Church of All Nations, and the historic Kidron Valley, home to ancient Jewish tombs. Continuing into the Jewish Quarter, we marvel at the 1,900-year-old Cardo, an excavated Byzantine street. Later, Crusaders added shops along the Cardo, and today, modern stores inhabit these Crusader structures.
We proceed to the Western Wall, a profoundly sacred Jewish site. This enduring remnant of the original Second Holy Jewish Temple, the sole part to survive the 70AD destruction, invites you to join people from around the world in placing a heartfelt prayer note between its ancient stones.
Our tour of Old Jerusalem retraces the poignant path of the Via Dolorosa, the route taken by Jesus as he bore his cross towards Calvary. At the journey's culmination stands the hallowed Church of the Holy Sepulchre, a 4th-century marvel that encompasses the site of Jesus' crucifixion and his burial tomb. Today, the church boasts over 30 chapels and treasures of immense religious significance. After a rejuvenating lunch break, we traverse the vibrant Middle Eastern bazaar of the Old City.
Leaving behind the ancient charm, we journey through the modern marvels of the new city of Jerusalem. Our final destination is the Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum, where a profound collection of historic photographs, genuine artifacts, documents, video testimonials from Holocaust survivors, and poignant memorials pay tribute to those who tragically lost their lives.