Jerusalem is a city like no other in this world! You can explore for weeks and still have more Jerusalem to discover.
That's why we strongly suggest taking at least one day with a guided tour to discover some of Jerusaslem's hidden secrets. Choose from our handpicked list of six private Jerusalem tours with our wonderful guide Levi.
Read about our six Jerusalem tours below.
You may prefer private Jerusalem walking tours to discover the city up close and personal, at your own pace.
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This is the tour if you want to get an overview of the only city in the world considered holy by three world religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
After a breathtaking view from the Mount of Olives, you'll cross the Valley of Kidron. This is where all three religions talk about the Resurrection when the Messiah will descend from the Mt. of Olives and the bones of the deceased will gather for the Last Judgement.
The walking part of the tour explores the walled Old City, beginning at Dung Gate, climbing the Dome of the Rock which is sacred to Muslims and Jews. This is the site of the:
You’ll proceed to the Western Wall of the Temple, the Kotel, which the Romans wrongly called the the Wailing Wall, in reality, a place of hope for Jews and non-Jews alike.
You'll continue to explore the Jewish, Armenian,and Christian Quarters of the Old City, culminating at the Holy Sepulcher Church, and the Via Dolorosa.
This is a unique tour that explores Jerusalem as it was in ancient times.
You'll start at the Jerusalem Archaeological Park and Davidson Center, climbing the original, 2,000 year old steps of Hulda Gate leading to the Temple Mount. There is a captivating virtual reality reconstruction of the temple as it stood before the Romans destroyed it.
Just below are the ruins of a Roman street built by Herod’s son, Antipas. Its storefronts are littered with enormous stones thrown off the Temple Mount when the Romans destroyed the Temple.
You'll explore the City of David which includes some of the most exciting archeological finds of the ancient Jewish world, including remnants of a building believed to be King David's palace, and the surrounding nobles' villas from 3000 years ago!
You'll walk along Hezekiah's Tunnel leading from Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloam to the Temple Mount.
And you'll tour the underground Western Wall Tunnel that includes gigantic stone walls and huge arches from the time the Second Temple was constructed.
This inspirational tour covers the Jewish heritage of Jerusalem, starting in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City which includes the Wall, in Hebrew - the Kotel, and ending at Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum.
You'll start at the Kotel, the holiest place on earth for Jews, the only remnant of the Western Wall of the great Jewish Temple before it was destroyed by the Romans.
You'll continue walking in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City, past the Cardo, Jerusalem's main street 1,500 years ago, the newly rebuilt 'Hurva,' the Destroyed Synagogue, and four restored Sephardic synagogues which operating for hundreds of years, all destroyed in the War of Independence.
The tour continues to the Broad Wall, built by King Hezekiah to protect the western hill of Jerusalem from a Babylonian invasion. You will descend to the Herodian Quarter, which provide a view into the life of wealthy Jewish community living in mansions during the days of the 2nd Temple 2000 years ago.
The last leg of the tour is at Yad Vashem, progressing from the rooms displaying the Holocaust and its atrocities, continuing to the armed resistance of the Jews, culminating in an amazing view of modern Jerusalem.
This tour takes you from the most sacred place in Christianity where Jesus was resurrected in Jerusalem, to his birthplace in Bethlehem.
You’ll start at the Holy Sepulcher Church where Christians believe Jesus Christ rose from the dead. The Church itself bears thousands of years of scars from fires, wars and earthquakes, but attracts thousands of pilgrims every day.
After a short, fifteen minute ride to Bethlehem, you'll visit the Church of the Nativity, erected above the cave where Jesus was born. The tour continues to the Shepherds' Fields and Rachel's Tomb, the second most important historical site for Christians in Bethlehem, a site holy to Jews and Muslims as well.
On this Catholic pilgrimage tour of Jerusalem, you will walk along the 14 stations of the Cross of the Via Dolorosa, the Way of Grief, the path where Jesus was led in agony until the crucifixtion on Golgotha.
The first eight stations are in the streets of the Old City, while the last six stations are located in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. After praying and exploring the church, we will visit the Last Supper room on Mount Zion where Jesus had his Last Supper with his disciples.
You will visit the beautiful Dormition Church and descend into the crypt where Mary fell into 'eternal sleep'. Nearby is the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was betrayed by Judas and arrested. This garden's ancient olive trees might have been saplings when Jesus was here. The last stop is the Church of All Nations or the Basilica of the Agony, where Jesus prayed on the night of his arrest.
This Protestant tour of Jerusalem starts with a breathtaking view from the Mount of Olives and a visit to Dominus Flevit church, 'the Lord's Cry' - where Jesus wept over the destruction of Jerusalem forty years later.
Walking along Palm Sunday Way, you'll descend to the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was betrayed by Judas and arrested. This garden's ancient olive trees might have been saplings when Jesus was here. Next stop is the Church of All Nations or the Basilica of the Agony, where Jesus prayed on the night of his arrest.
The tour continue along the Via Dolorosa, the 'Way of Suffering' where Jesus carried the cross on the way to his crucifixion. On our way are the two most important Protestant Churches of the Old City - Savior's Lutheran Church and the Messianic Church of Emmanuel, leading to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, believed by many to be the site of the crucifixion and resurrection.
Proceeding to Mount Zion, you'll visit the Last Supper room where Jesus had his Last Supper with his disciples and just below, the tomb of King David. Across the street is the Protestant cemetery where Horatio G. Spafford who wrote the hymn "It Is Well with My Soul," is buried, and the Garden Tomb, the burial garden of Joseph as well as what many consider the real location of the crucifixion and resurrection.
The last leg of the tour is Yad Vashem, progressing from the rooms displaying the Holocaust and its atrocities, continuing to the armed resistance of the Jews and their fight for freedom, culminating in an amazing view of modern Jerusalem.
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