1 Day Private Culture tour itinerary for Jerusalem: Jerusalem - City Of Gold Walking Tour
Christian, Jewish, Muslim or of other faiths, there is no way to resist the majestic beauty of this city. Size doesn't matter, Old Jerusalem is a tiny city. Nevertheless it was conquered during history 72 times, more then any place in the world.
Jerusalem on his own appears appears 645 times in the Old Testament and 392 in the New Testament. 1204 Synagogues, 158 Churches and 73 Mosques where housed during history only in city of David. Don't worry we won't be able to visit all of them in one go, you will have to come back again.
Jerusalem at the present is a place of amazing variety, with globally unique contrasts and history behind every stone. If you want to understand the world you have to begin from its heart. Follow me to the footsteps of King David, Jesus, Mohammed, Herzl, The Rothschild's, Einstein, Shindler and so many more.
Know Jerusalem like Never Before
We start at the Mount Moriah and overview the Dome of the Rock, later going over to the Western Wailing Wall.
Walk along the Via Dolorosa, seeing some of the Stations of the Cross, to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.
The Mount of Olives and the Church of the Garden of Gethsemene.
King David's Tomb and the Room of the Last Supper.
Last but not the least we walk and shop through the alleys of the Arab markets.
Transportation Method: On Foot unless including the Mount of Olives, where a taxi will be necessary to reach the top and then we descend on foot.
My services as a professional, humoristic and knowledgeable tour guide.
The use of scenes, graphics, and costumes in order to bring history alive.
According to your desires and expectations we can design a tailor made visit.
Last but not least, friendship for life if you don't mind. Look forward to see you!
Smiling mood is free but you have to bring it with you.
For the rest you can buy a tasty Falafel already from 50 Shekels and choose a cozy restaurant a la carte where you can pay by cash and credit cards but some do also accept slaves, camels, wheat, oil, bronze ingots, and gun powder.
At the market you will get quickly familiar with bargaining for a few 100 shekels you're able to feed all you're family and friends with souvenirs from the Holy Land (made in China, keep it secret pls)