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My daughter and I were fortunate to tour Israel with Chana Koren. Our tour in northern Israel was unforgettable going beyond our selected sites ... More more right

Review for Chana Koren, Tour guide in Jerusalem, Israel

My teenage son and I had a wonderful day with Michal in Jerusalem. She totally nailed it with insightful and humerous stories that brought the old ... More more right

Review for Michal David, Tour guide in Jerusalem, Israel

Schmuel is very knowledgable, not only the old city, but the nieghborhoods and buildings of Jerusalem. More more right

Review for Shmuel Browns, Tour guide in Jerusalem, Israel

About Jerusalem

Jerusalem is a veteran of no less than three millennia; a city that bears all the adornments, iconic architecture, battle scars and multicultural cosmopolitanism that have come and gone like great tides in this section of the world.
Today it stands as the religious heartland of the world’s best-known monotheistic faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam), and it’s possible to cover more holy centres with your Jerusalem tour guide here in just a day’s walk than perhaps in any other metropolis on earth.
Of these the world-famous Western Wall, the Garden Tomb (the supposed place of Jesus’ resurrection), the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Golgotha site at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (where Jesus is said to have been crucified) are the absolute ‘must sees’, and first-time visitors would be wise to set at least a few days aside.
But it’s not all churches, mosques and temples, within the ancient sandstone walls of Jerusalem all the authentic features of a truly old city still live on; from the hubbub of Arabic bazaars, to the sprawling capital buildings of the modern Israeli state.