Tours of Jerusalem
Explore this Unique and Magical City

What type of tours of Jerusalem do you prefer, private or organized sightseeing tours? 

If like me, you prefer a private tour guide who caters to your own unique interests and schedule, read more about Levi, our private guide who offers six fascinating Jerusalem tours

Taking your own private guide becomes quite cost effective if you are part of a group of four or more people.

Or you may prefer to get to know Jerusalem on one of the excellent organized tours that are available.  Click here for organized Jerusalem tour options.

Note: When you order, enter Go-Tel Aviv coupon code ISRAELTOURS59914 for a 5% discount!



Tips when Touring Jerusalem


Here are some important tips for any Jerusalem tour:

  • Since you will be entering holy sites, dress modestly. That means your shoulders should be covered and no shorts are allowed.  
  • All the organized tours on this page include pickup from your Jerusalem or Tel Aviv area hotel.  But you are responsible for transportation back to your hotel. There is an optional surcharge of around $65  for a ride back to Ben Gurion airport.
  • If the Jerusalem tour includes a visit to Bethlehem or Jericho, bring your passport.
  • For tours that include the Dead Sea, don't forget to bring a bathing suit, towel and beach shoes.



Organized Tours of Jerusalem

Tours of Jerusalem - The Half Day Classic Tour

Viewof the Old City of Jerusalem, the Temple Mount and Al Aksa Mosque

This daily morning tour is perfect if you have just half of a day to catch the essence of Jerusalem and the Old City.

The tour starts with a stunning view of the city, and includes the Armenian Quarter, the Cardo - the main thoroughfare in the 6th century, the Jewish Quarter, the ancient Western Wall - the Kotel, a walk along the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Pricing: Starts at $48

Learn more: half day Classic Jerusalem Tour


Tours of Jerusalem - The One Day Classic Tour

Vista of Jerusalem

This daily, one day tour is the quintessential tour of Jerusalem, home to three world religions.

The tour starts with a stunning view of the city, and includes the Armenian Quarter, the Cardo - the main thoroughfare in the 6th century, the Jewish Quarter, the ancient Western Wall - the Kotel, a walk along the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

After a stroll in the Old City Market, you continue to Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. On Fridays and Staurdays when the Museum is closed, the tour includes alternate historical sites including King David's Tomb, Garden Gethsemane and more.

Pricing: Starts at $71

Learn more: Classic One Day Tour of Old and New Jerusalem 


Tours of Jerusalem
Jerusalem and the Dead Sea in a Day

If you have just a day to sightsee, I would recommend this daily tour combining the Old City of Jerusalem and a chance to float in the Dead Sea.

The tour starts with a stunning view of Jerusalem, and includes the Armenian Quarter, the Cardo, the Jewish Quarter, the Western Wall - the Kotel, a walk along the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The tour continues with a drive down through the stark Judean desert to the lowest point on Earth, the Dead Sea where you have a chance to swim and float.

Pricing: Starts at $104

Learn more: Jerusalem and the Dead Sea in a Day 


Tours of Jerusalem
Jerusalem and Bethlehem in a Day

The tour starts with a stunning view of Jerusalem, and includes the Armenian Quarter, the Cardo - the main thoroughfare in the 6th century, the Jewish Quarter, the ancient Western Wall - the Kotel, a walk along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and a stroll in the Old City markets.

The tour continues to Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity and overlook the Shepherd's Field.

Pricing: Starts at $104

Learn more: Jerusalem and Bethlehem in a Day


 Tours of Jerusalem
Underground Jerusalem and the City of David

The tour starts with a stunning view of Jerusalem, and includes the Armenian Quarter, the Cardo - the main thoroughfare in the 6th century, the Jewish Quarter, the ancient Western Wall - the Kotel, a walk along the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and a stroll in the Old City markets.

The tour continues to the amazing 3,000 year old excavations of the City of David and King Hezekiah's ancient tunnel.

Pricing: Starts at $89

Learn more: Underground Jerusalem and the City of David


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Organized Jerusalem Tours

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