Experience Jerusalem with the best guide
Reborn from war and destruction, with 24 layers of archeology, the Temple Mount, the Western Wall and the Tunnels, these and many more offer you a deep spiritual journey into the Jewish heritage of Jerusalem.
The Way of Sorrow with its' 14 stations of the Cross, starts in the Muslim Quarter and ends in the Christian Quarter, and all within Jewish Jerusalem...
They say that King David is buried there. They say that Mary fell asleep for the last time there. They say that Jesus ate his Last Supper there but the Muslims built a prayer niche in the same room. Only in Jerusalem.
The cradle of Jerusalem, the city of King David, is where the stories of the Bible find amazing archaeological confirmation. Photo - Tamar Hayardeni.
Considered to be one of the 10 most important museums in the world, it is home to the Bibles' oldest Manuscripts, a gigantic model of the city of Jerusalem some 2000 years ago and an Art Garden that displays great masters' sculptors such as, Rodin, Picasso and Robert Indiana. Photo: Yossi Meltzer
A wave of renewal is sweeping the center of town, and one of its loveliest manifestations is the murals project that stretches on full size walls.
The Nachlaot neighborhood is where the scenery is partly reminiscent of Eastern Europe towns, partly a showcase of gentrified housing and above all a melting pot of many cultures. The local market - the Mahane Yehuda - offers the finest mix of the traditional, ethnic and modern tastes.
Not by bread alone. Indeed true. Should also add some good butter ... Thursday night is the perfect time to taste the smells and smell the tastes of the coming Sabbath at a challah bakery in the Mea Shearim Ultra-orthodox neighborhood.
To get drunk on Purim, to light Hanukkah candles, to ask for forgiveness before the New Year, to sit in the sukkah, to rejoice on Simchat Torah, to come for the priests blessing on the three Pilgrimage Festivals and to attend the Shabbat service on Friday evening.