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Old City of Jerusalem

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Address: Jerusalem, Israel
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+972 3-516-6699
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
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Characterized by narrow, winding streets and alleyways, this ancient part...

Characterized by narrow, winding streets and alleyways, this ancient part of the city is filled with shrines and attractions holy to Jews, Christians and Muslims including the Western Wall, Temple Mount and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

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Visiting my son, lone soldier in IDF

My sister and I went to Israel to see my son, her nephew, who is a Lone Soldier. We loved the Old City, and went almost everyday of our week visit. The food is exceptional, and... read more

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Los Angeles, California
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My sister and I went to Israel to see my son, her nephew, who is a Lone Soldier. We loved the Old City, and went almost everyday of our week visit. The food is exceptional, and all merchandise (not food) prices are up for negotiation. I would recommend avoiding the Muslim Quarter. Soldiers and police are everywhere, and we felt... More 

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Charlottesville, Virginia
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A lot of religion history; Judaism, Christianity and Islam. You might lose your way there but it doesn’t matter, you will find your way at the end after shopping in a variety of all sort of orful shops !!

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Parker, Colorado
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Really great and felt very safe. Walkways are similar to cobble stone streets. People are friendlty.

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Moscow, Russia
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There is no place like this anywhere in the World and it is not a surprise. The history at every step there. You can feel it there!

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Atlanta, Georgia
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Be sure to allot a day for a good visit to Old Jerusalem. Not good for wheelchairs. Good walking shoes and cover your knees and shoulders.

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Jerusalem is full of history and is sacred to Muslims, Jews and Christians. The place is full of places mentioned in the Bible and is steeped in history. In addition it's a busy modern city with plenty going on with good food, museums and galleries. It has a good public transport system with modern trams. The city is fully attuned... More 

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Athens, Greece
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We visited Jerusalem for the first time in April 2017 during the Passover/Eastern festivities. A unique life experience. The diversity of the old city, its smells, its people of faith. People from all over the world searching and tasting the meaning of life. Although middle of April, it was already very hot and crowded. It is worth to visit each... More 

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Austin, Texas
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

Beautiful city. A must see if you are in Israel. The history is amazing. There is so much to see you could easily spend more money than a day.

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Chesterfield, Michigan
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Great place to start your vacation in Israel! Tons of things to see, food, shopping very exciting! Make sure to wear good shoes because you will be walking up steep rough streets.

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Our cruise last month took us to Ashdod. We were interested in the best cultural guide to take us on a comprehensive tour of sites we had not seen on another tour of Israel. Due diligence took us to Sam(guide.holy@gmail.com).We contacted Sam and got an immediate e-mail reply. He is flexible as to the itinerary based upon your need.We found... More 

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