Welcome to Jerusalem

All Abrahamic religions pay homage to this sacred city that has continued to persevere in its multi-religious identity, additionally packed with a trove of historical sights that have thankfully survived the ages. Even the most secular of people cannot resist exploring their spiritual inclinations in Jerusalem – after all, it is the world’s most sacred city, held in common reverence by Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Believers of all three religions can be observed practicing their faith, be that in Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Western Wall, or the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Lose yourself in the winding lanes of Jerusalem’s Old City, or find yourself admiring the craftsmanship of the Damascus Gate, one of the many remnants of a period when the Middle East’s great cities were far more connected than they are today. Jerusalem is a feast for history-enthusiasts, and we hope to make your trip as packed with learning as much as we can.

Jerusalem Attractions

  • Fawn over the view of Jerusalem’s Old City after a climb up to the Mount of Olives, where the tombs of many prophets, as well as the Virgin Mary or Maryam, the mother of Isa, are located.
  • Find yourself underground as you explore the City of David, the historical remains of Jerusalem’s oldest surviving settlement.
  • Admire the astonishing mosaics of the Masjid Al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock, a homage to the exceptional aesthetic tastes of Jerusalem’s Muslim rulers.
  • Ponder over Jerusalem’s conflict-ridden history at the Tower of David, and take a panoramic view of the city, both old and new, from the tower’s viewpoints.
  • Join Christian pilgrims as they make their way to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, believed to host the tomb of Jesus, or Prophet Isa.
  • See Orthodox Jews mourn at the Western Wall, the only surviving structure from one of Judaism’s earliest temples that the Roman invaders destroyed.
  • Experience Palestinian culture in a microcosm at the Damascus Gate, with Arab hawkers and stores, or walk through the Mahane Yehuda Market to catch a whiff of Mediterranean produce.
  • On day-trips, discover the cities of Bethlehem and Hebron in Palestine, with their collection of tombs, churches, and shrines with Biblical and Quranic significance.
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