There is only one city in the world, whose name is pronounced with trepidation by people
of different faiths. There is only one city in the world, which has more than seventy titles,
attributed to it with love and commitment. This is the city of three religions and the most
mysterious place on Earth. This is Jerusalem. Due to a fantastic mix of monuments, histories,
peoples, traditions and cultures, a guided tour of this city will prove a real adventure.
Boys with side locks, men in black robes, Arab vendors, tourists and pilgrims from all
over the world, the church bells, the muezzin's prayers... This looks and sounds contradictory and
harmonious at the same time. Imagine the fascinating stories you will hear from your
knowledgeable tour guide!
Start your trip with observing the Dome of the Rock Mosque, the hallmark of Jerusalem.
It is located on top of Mount Moriah and is visible from anywhere in the old town. See the
Western Wall, or the Wailing Wall, which is the only preserved supporting structure of the
Second Jerusalem Temple. It is the greatest sanctity of the Jewish people.
It is an absolute must to visit the Holy Sepulcher, the place where Jesus Christ was
crucified, buried and then resurrected. Via Dolorosa, or Way of Sorrow, is the road that Jesus
walked from the place of the sentence to Calvary. You should definitely follow this route with
your professional tour guide to understand everything that befell Jesus Christ.
Other attractions that are open to guided tours include the Armenian Quarter and the
Cathedral of St. James, Zedekiah's Cave and King Solomon's Quarries, the Church of Mary
Magdalene, and the Tower of David.
The Tower is an ancient citadel and the present-day Museum of the History of Jerusalem,
where you can see a splendid night light and sound show, illustrating the history of Jerusalem.