Jaffa Gate

 One of the main historical entrances to the old city. One of the main symbols of Jerusalem. In 1898, it was breached by the Kaiser (king) of Germany, who wanted enough space to bring his horse and buggy into.

Ramparts walk tour (optional)- Walk on top of the city walls, and see many impressive views, such as the four old city quarters, Tower of David, the desert, and the Mount of Olives.

Jewish Quarter:

Churva Synagogue

Perhaps the world's most famous Synagogue. The Churva was used by the Jewish defenders in the 1948 War of Independence, burned to the ground by Jordan, and only 

​rebuilt and completed in 2010 in the exact way it used to look.

 Cardo - The main shopping street during the Roman, Crusader, and Muslim Days (their version of 5th Avenue). Today it continues to be the main shopping street in the old city.

​Broad Wall - The wall is mentioned in Tanach (Bible) in the Book of Kings, Isaiah, and Nechamia. One of the greatest archeological proofs of the Biblical events. It was built by King Hezekiah to stop the world’s most powerful army at the time, the Assyrians. 

​Western wall (Kotel)

Some of the last remaining remnants of the 

second temple. Touch the stones, pray and put 

your written requests in the wall.

City of David Tour

King David’s ancient Palace, homes from the First temple period, underground water tunnel mentioned in the Bible. This tunnel has a wet and dry option. 

​* Full day City of David and Jerusalem Old City tour includes your private tour guide and personalized itinerary. 

This Jerusalem tour is $385. 

** Admission to sites is not included (but minimal)