Discover the remarkable Western Wall Tunnels in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem. As an integral part of Jewish cultural heritage, the site offers visitors an unparalleled journey back in time. These well-preserved tunnels, adjacent to the Western Wall, bear testimony to the architectural brilliance of ancient builders, and their discovery has facilitated a deeper connection to Jewish history. Explore notable areas including Warren’s Gate, the closest accessible point for Jews to the Holy of Holies, and the Little Western Wall, a tranquil and less frequented part of the wall. The Western Wall Tunnels resonate with the echoes of Jewish heritage, providing a tangible link to the past. A Journey Through Time Immerse yourself in a rich tapestry of history and tradition as you traverse the Western Wall Tunnels. Unearth stories of Jewish rebels' courage during the Roman siege of Jerusalem in 70 CE and experiences wrapped in the mystique of Kabbalistic traditions. The tunnels serve as a solemn reminder of the destruction of the Second Temple, representing a pivotal event in Jewish history eternally memorialized in stone. As you navigate the passageways, each layer of their ancient history is a testament to the resilience and perseverance of the Jewish people. The Western Wall Tunnels await your discovery. Images attribution: All from : <https://english.thekotel.org/gallery/>
A tantalising taste experience in Israel's historic food markets. Embark on a culinary journey with a professional chef through the colourful and diverse food culture of Israel. Choose from Israel's historic markets in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem and learn about the essential local ingredients, savour delicious flavour from the market and learn about the history of the people who have been trading there for years and years.
Join our Jerusalem Day Tour for the easiest, most comprehensive, and best value way to discover this magical city. You will explore ancient Jerusalem’s Old City, as well as the modern, vibrant, metropolis of today. Our Jerusalem Day Tour visits the highlights within the walls of the Old City, including the Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. It also takes you to the hot spots of modern Jerusalem such as the scenic lookout point on the Haas Promenade, where you’ll be able to see all of Jerusalem’s iconic skyline, The Knesset’s (Israeli Parliament) Rose Gardens, the First Station cultural complex, and much more. Finally, you’ll visit the bustling, world-famous Machane Yehuda Market, where locals and tourists all come together to soak up the flavors and scents of everything this famous market has to offer. - Description and images by Tourist Israel
Due to COVID-19 outbreak, life has become unusual and unpredictable. We know how much you miss the feeling of freedom, to explore the world and feel a meaningful connection to life. That’s why we are making it possible for you to explore Israel virtually from your home, office, or wherever you might be located during these times. All you need is a computer, tablet, or smartphone to tour with us on zoom, whether on a live tour or a virtual walkthrough of some of the more famous sites in Israel. Each tour lasts for 1 hour and can include up to 100 participants. Book your Private Virtual Tour at a location of your choice for 300 USD. Your guide will show you the location live via the Zoom app while telling you all about the place and you can of course ask any questions you like. Sign up to a scheduled Group Virtual Tour for 12 USD per person and tour. Your guide will show you visuals such as photos and videos from the location while telling you all about the place.
A private day tour of the Old City in Jerusalem, Israel is a popular tourist activity. The tour includes a visit to the Western Wall, the holiest site for Jews, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the holiest site for Christians. The tour also takes visitors through the Muslim and Armenian Quarters. Tourists can see the narrow alleyways, ancient buildings, and beautiful architecture of the Old City. Throughout the tour, the guide provides commentary and answers any questions the tourists may have. The tour starts with a pick-up from the hotel and ends with a drop-off back at the hotel. A private day tour of the Old City is a great way to explore the rich history and culture of Israel. Most of the trip is a walking tour inside the old city.
Jerusalem's famous Machane Yehuda Shuk open market is bustling with activity day and night. During the day this is a popular site for shopping for fresh produce, vegetables, fish, meat, and dairy products as well as multiple options for Israeli street food, Falafel, shwarma, and others. In the evening the Shuk takes on an additional "personality" and becomes one of Jerusalem's most exciting nightlife locations with endless choices of restaurants and bars filling the place of the fruit stands that have closed down for the night. You have to see it to understand. After hours of work by street artists who have painted the doors of the shops with hundreds of graffiti murals including portraits of many Israeli and international historical figures. On this tour, we will hear the stories and learn the unique history of the Shuk and enjoy the special culture of this place. Food tasting available for additional cost.