Explore The Old Town Of Jerusalem Over A 2.5-Hour Private Walking Tour
Embark on this incredible excursion to explore the culturally rich Armenian, Jewish, and Christian quarters in Jerusalem's Old City. Visit the Armenian Museum and admire the architecture in the Armenian Quarter. Discover Jewish sites like the Western Wall in the Jewish Quarter. Head to the Christian Quarter to see the revered Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Don't miss these must-visit areas in Jerusalem.
- Roam across the impressive Armenian Quarter
- Visit the Jewish Quarter, home to important sites like the Western Wall and the Cardo
- Pay your respects at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
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- Start the tour program by visiting the Armenian Quarter, located in the southwest section of the Old City and is home to the Armenian Patriarchate, the St. James Cathedral, and the Armenian Museum, which houses a collection of artefacts and manuscripts dating back to the 14th century. The quarter is also known for its architecture, including Armenian ceramics and stone buildings.
- Then, head to the Jewish Quarter, which is located in the southeast section of the Old City and is home to many important sites for Judaism, including the Western Wall, the Hurva Synagogue, and the Cardo, which was a major thoroughfare during ancient times. The quarter also boasts a number of shops and restaurants that cater to the local Jewish community and tourists.
- Next, proceed to the Christian Quarter, located in the northwest section of the Old City and is home to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which is the most sacred site in the Christian world. The quarter is also home to a number of other important churches and sites, including the Church of St. Anne, the Pool of Bethesda, and the Via Dolorosa, which is believed to be the path that Jesus walked on his way to his crucifixion.
- After exploring the Armenian, Jewish, and Christian quarters, visitors can make their way to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. The church is believed to be built on the site where Jesus was crucified, buried, and resurrected. The church's architecture and artwork date back to the 12th century and include elements from the Byzantine, Romanesque, and Gothic periods. Visitors can also see the Stone of Unction, which is believed to be the place where Jesus' body was prepared for burial, and the Holy Sepulcher itself, which is the tomb where Jesus was buried.
- Overall, exploring the Armenian, Jewish, and Christian quarters before visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulcher can provide visitors with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the history and culture of the area.
- English-speaking tour guide
- Tips and Gratuities
- Entrance tickets, if any
Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem
For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -Refund of 80% of the tour price.
FurahaA Journey through Jerusalem's Quarters
Starting from the Armenian Quarter and making our way through the Jewish and Christian Quarters, this tour provided a fascinating insight into the different cultures and religions that make up Jerusalem's history.
AlexandraExploring the Armenian Quarter
The Armenian Quarter is a hidden gem in the Old City, with its beautiful architecture and rich history. The Armenian Museum was definitely a highlight. "Discovering the Jewish Quarter
RiwazDiscovering the Jewish Quarter
The Jewish Quarter was a bustling hub of activity and culture, with the Western Wall and the Cardo being major highlights. The shops and restaurants added to the lively atmosphere.
DilipA Spiritual Experience in the Christian Quarter
The Christian Quarter was filled with awe-inspiring churches and holy sites, with the Church of the Holy Sepulcher being the pinnacle of our visit. It was truly a spiritual experience.
ElonA Historical Journey in Jerusalem
This tour provided a comprehensive overview of Jerusalem's history and the significance of the different quarters. Avic was knowledgeable and engaging.
JacobJewish History and Culture
As a Jewish visitor, the Jewish Quarter was especially meaningful and provided an opportunity to connect with my heritage. The Hurva Synagogue was a highlight.
ManoiA Fascinating Look into Christian History
The Christian Quarter was filled with so many significant sites, including the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Via Dolorosa. It was a unique and fascinating experience.
AniA Glimpse into Armenian Culture
The Armenian Quarter is often overlooked, but it has a rich culture and history that was fascinating to learn about. The St. James Cathedral was especially beautiful.
ThomasA Spiritual Pilgrimage
Visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The tour through the different quarters provided a deeper understanding of the significance of the church.
VeasnaHistory Comes Alive in Jerusalem
The Old City of Jerusalem is filled with so much history and culture, and this tour brought it to life. Meir was engaging and informative.
WilliamJourney to the Center of Jerusalem
Starting from the Jaffa Gate and exploring the different quarters was a unique and immersive experience. Raanan provided interesting insights and stories.
KwameA Day of Discovery
Visiting the Armenian, Jewish, and Christian quarters before seeing the Church of the Holy Sepulcher provided a well-rounded perspective on Jerusalem's history and culture.
YuanA Spiritual Adventure
Exploring the Christian Quarter and visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was a profound and spiritual experience. It was a highlight of my trip to Jerusalem.
ArnoA Journey Through Time
From the ancient Cardo to the modern-day shops and restaurants in the Jewish Quarter, this tour provided a fascinating journey through time and history.
MarkA Must-See in Jerusalem
The Church of the Holy Sepulcher is a must-see for anyone visiting Jerusalem. This tour provides a great way to explore the different quarters before arriving at the church.
USD 290 / group