Alina Ovesea
[Alina Ovesea]
2020-01-28 18:37:15

City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

[cultural] [ historic , archaeological , based on books / movies , religious , architectonic , ancient , heritage UNESCO , educational ]

english
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1,910 RON
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Description

Jerusalem is something completely unique and different from everything you have ever seen. It is a melting pot for different civilizations and religions, it is a place so diverse and tolerant and surprisingly peaceful. The Old city of Jerusalem is divided into 4 quarters: the Muslim, the Jewish, the Christian and the Armenian. The Muslim quarter is the biggest. At all time you can tell where you are by the buildings, by looking at the people and distinct signs on the walls. The thing about Jerusalem is that everyone is right, everyone has a claim in the Holy Land. It is a place of importance for all the main monotheistic religions: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. For Christians is the place where Jesus lived and was crucified, for Jewish people is the most sacred place in the world where the second temple of David was constructed and for Muslims is the third most holy place after Mecca and Medina. This itinerary is mostly about Jerusalem, but Tel Aviv is a nice addition. The 2 cities are the definition of opposite - one is very old, very keen in keeping the tradition going, a true religious center, the other is very cosmopolite and trendy, very opened to new, with a lot of ventures going on and with a decadent beach front. The visit will transport you completely, you don't feel that you are in the same place, or even the same country. I've dedicated 3 days to Jerusalem and 1 day tp Tel Aviv and I think it was the right choice. Jerusalem has so many layers, and you need the time to take it all in, while Tel Aviv was nice and refreshing, I think 1 day covers everything. In the 3 days spend in Jerusalem, I divided them like this: day 1 arrive and take in the concept of Jerusalem, day 2 should be a religious itinerary, starting with Jewish faith, Muslim faith and moving on the Christian faith, and the 3rd day its all about the highs and lows of Jerusalem and the history of this ancient city.

Points

Landed at Ben Gurion Airport City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Landed at Ben Gurion Airport

[starting point]

distance

0.5km

Duration

00:9 h
Train ticket City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Train ticket

[information] [payment point]

34.0 RON

Description

Buy your train ticket from the ticket machine. The price of the trip to Jerusalem is 17 ISL per person (~4 euro).

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Train from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Train from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem

[transport] [train]

distance

42.6km

Duration

00:34 h

Description

The airport is very well connected with Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. In one hour you will get to where you need.
Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon Train Station City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon Train Station

[transport] [walk]

distance

38.9km

Duration

21:24 h

Description

There are 3 long escalator stairs to go up. In this station you are deep underground. It feels more like a bunker than a train station. We decided to walk from here, but you can always take the tram.

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Mahane Yehuda Market City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Mahane Yehuda Market

[landmark] [market / bazaar]

Description

The market is a great way to get the local vibe. It is a very animated place, with a lot on vendors and a lot of colorful and tasteful foods like fruits and baclava,

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We went to the accommodation to leave our luggage. City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

We went to the accommodation to leave our luggage.

[information] [check in]

Cellcom operator SIM City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Cellcom operator SIM

[other services] [SIM]

90.0 RON

Description

I would recommend buying a SIM card, This place is really close to our accommodation. We did not find in Israel a touristic SIM, you have to buy the SIM and then add credit and options, so it can get pretty expensive.

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Jaffa Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jaffa Gate

[landmark] []

Description

The main entrance into the old city of Jerusalem. It dates back to sixteenth century. It is called Jaffa gate because it would take the road to Jaffa from there - the old port in TelAviv that we will visit later in our trip. The Arabic name for the gate is Bab el-Khalil meaning Gate of the Friend

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Tower of David City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tower of David

[landmark] []

Description

It is called the citadel of Jerusalem and it contains important archaeological finds dating back over 2500 years.

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Armenian quarter City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Armenian quarter

[landmark] [neighborhood]

Description

Jerusalem is divided into 4 quarters, from which the Armenian Quarter is the smallest. It can be included into Christian Quarter, but the practice are somehow different. The existence of Armenian Quarter dates back to the Armenian Genocide in 1915 when 1,5 million Armenians were killed. So Armenians found refuge in Jerusalem. The quarter is not visitable, you can access just some of the shops, restaurant and a church to get a glimpse of their culture. I think it is important to mention that Armenia was the first country to become Christian in 301.

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Jewish quarter City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jewish quarter

[landmark] [neighborhood]

Description

The second quarter to visit is the Jewish one.

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View of Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

View of Jerusalem

[landmark] [view point/ panorama]

Description

This offers a great view and understanding of the city. From here you see Temple Mount and the Western Wall

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Cardo - Roman Street City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Cardo - Roman Street

[landmark] [archaeological site]

Description

Cardo was the main road in the Roman Cities. Once again proof of this multimillennial city and its layered history. you notice that the road is much lower that the nowadays streets. Jerusalem just grew on the ruins of the previous empire. The road had shops on both sides and it connected the Damascus Gate to Zion Gate during the Roman & Byzantine eras.

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Mosaic Madaba Map City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Mosaic Madaba Map

[landmark] [painting]

Description

The Cardo is depicted in this Madaba Map Mosaic replica. The original map, dated to the 6th century AD, was discovered in a floor mosaic in a Byzantine church in Madaba, Jordan. The Madaba Map is a map of the Middle East, and contains the oldest surviving detailed cartographic depiction of Jerusalem.

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

This is the most sacred place for Christians. It is believed that this is the place of the Crucifixion of Christ (Golgotha) and the tomb of Christs. When the event took place, this would have been out of the city. The church was build latter in this place. The hole church is a complex of buildings - smaller churches, chapels and representations of different Christian countries.

warnings

The church is a major Christian pilgrimage destination so expect crowds.

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Stay Kook Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Stay Kook Jerusalem

[accommodation] [hotel]

366.0 RON
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

end day 1

[end day]

Ben-Sira Hummus City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ben-Sira Hummus

[food and beverages] [restaurant]

62.0 RON

Description

One of the best hummus place in Jerusalem

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Saint James Cathedral (Armenian Quarter) City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Saint James Cathedral (Armenian Quarter)

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

One of the few places that you could visit in the Armenian Quarter in Jerusalem.

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Defensive walls City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Defensive walls

[landmark] [wall]

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Zion Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Zion Gate

[landmark] [gate]

Description

Zion Gate was built in July 1540 and it is also known in Arabic as Bab Harat al-Yahud in translation Jewish Quarter Gate

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Synagogue (Jewish Quarter) City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Synagogue (Jewish Quarter)

[landmark] [synagogue]

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Synagogue (Jewish Quarter) City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Synagogue (Jewish Quarter)

[landmark] []

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Rothschild House City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Rothschild House

[landmark] [building]

Description

The Rothschild House it was built as a public housing project for the poor families in 1871

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Jewish quarter defenders monument an the 6 days war City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jewish quarter defenders monument an the 6 days war

[landmark] [memorial]

Description

During the war of independence in 1947, the casualties were too many and the Rabbi gave a special permission to bury the deceased inside the citadel walls. After the war was over the bodies were moved and they build this monument in their honor.

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Hurva Synagogue (Jewish Quarter) City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Hurva Synagogue (Jewish Quarter)

[landmark] [synagogue]

Description

Hurva Synagogue means The Ruin Synagogue. It was built in

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Security check at Western Wall City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Security check at Western Wall

[information] [safety notifications]

Description

Every time you want to visit the Western Wall or go into Temple Mount, you have to pass security check. These guys take security very seriously: baggage scan and metal detector, almost like airport check.

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Western Wall City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Western Wall

[landmark] [wall]

Description

This is the most important and sacred place for Jews. It is considered to be the closest to the place where the Second Temple was build. The Western Wall is part of the base structure constructed with huge lime stone. The purpose was to create a flat plaza on the top of the mountain, so the this wall was constructed all around and it was filled with earth. The Temple Mount is now part of a Muslim management because it hosts the Third most scared place for Muslims hosting Al Aqsa Compound. The cracks in the Western Wall are filled with folded paper containing the wishes of people who come here to pray. The place it is divided for men and women.

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Tea City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tea

[food and beverages] [coffee shop]

10.0 RON

Description

Try this amazing mint tea in the souks of Jerusalem.

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The Small Western Wall City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

The Small Western Wall

[landmark] [wall]

Description

The wall goes around The Temple Mount, but it is covered by houses. This part of the Western Wall is less known and it is less small, but it is part of the same sacred Wester Wall. It also has the paper-filled cracks.

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Golden Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Golden Gate

[landmark] [gate]

Description

From the west side, we came to the east side of Temple Mount. This is also a very important part of Jerusalem. According to Jewish tradition this is the gate through which Messiah would enter Jerusalem on the second coming. The gate is closed and a Muslim cemetery was build here.

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Lion's Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Lion's Gate

[landmark] [gate]

Description

One of the remaining gates of the historic Old City of Jerusalem and the only one opened to the east, built in the 16th century. The gate got its name from the lion coat of arms represented on it. From here on we start our Christian itinerary.

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Birthplace of Virgin Mary City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Birthplace of Virgin Mary

[landmark] [house]

Description

This is considered to be the birthplace of Virgin Mary.

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Saint Anne Church City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Saint Anne Church

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

Saint Anne Church was built by the Crusaders in 1138. It is famous for its acoustics.

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The Pool of Bethesda City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

The Pool of Bethesda

[landmark] [ancient city]

20.0 RON

Description

The Pool of Bethesda was a pool in Jerusalem known from the New Testament story of Jesus miraculously healing a paralyzed man.

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Via Dolorosa City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa

[landmark] [street / road]

Description

Via Dolorosa is the path Jesus walked to his crucifixion. The name is Latin for Way of Suffering and it has 14 stations. Many pilgrims come to recreate this path, sometimes even with a Crown of Thorns or with a symbolic cross.

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Via Dolorosa Station 1: Jesus's condemnation at the Praetorium City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 1: Jesus's condemnation at the Praetorium

[landmark] [archaeological site]

Description

Here is the place where Jesus was condemned to death y Pontus Pilat.

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Via Dolorosa Station 2: Chapel of Flagellation City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 2: Chapel of Flagellation

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

Jesus take on the cross. At the entry you can see an arch made of thorns.

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Via Dolorosa Station 2: Chapel of the Condemnation City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 2: Chapel of the Condemnation

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

It is considered to be the place where the cross was laid upon Jesus. Look at the floor , it has some roman stones. You can also see a game that roman used to play.

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Ecce Home Arch City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ecce Home Arch

[landmark] [arch]

Description

As you walk on Via Dolorosa, you see half an arch crossing the road. This is the Ecce Home Arch and you can see only on of the three original arches. The northern arch is embedded into the Chapel of the Sisters of Zion, and the southern one din not survive. The meaning of the name is Here is the man, referring to the mortal appearance of Jesus. Visit the Monastery and the cistern below. As you go down into the cistern you come closer to the ancient roads that probably are the real stones that Jesus walked on.

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Via Dolorosa Station 3: Jesus falls the first time City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 3: Jesus falls the first time

[landmark] [church / monastery]

Description

This is considered to be the place where Jesus felt for the first time

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Via Dolorosa Station 4: Jesus meets his mother City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 4: Jesus meets his mother

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Via Dolorosa Station 5: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry the cross City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 5: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry the cross

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Via Dolorosa Station 6: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 6: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Via Dolorosa Station 7: Jesus falls for the second time City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 7: Jesus falls for the second time

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Via Dolorosa Station 8: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 8: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem

[landmark] []

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Via Dolorosa Station 9: Jesus falls for the third time City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 9: Jesus falls for the third time

[landmark] []

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Via Dolorosa Station 10 to 14: Church of the Holy Sepulchre City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Via Dolorosa Station 10 to 14: Church of the Holy Sepulchre

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Falafel City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Falafel

[food and beverages] [street food]

46.0 RON

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Map of Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Map of Jerusalem

[landmark] [exhibition]

Description

Here you find an old map of Jerusalem that looks like a flower. In the center there is Jerusalem and the 3 petals are the 3 continents. This shows just how important Jerusalem was.

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Stay Kook Suites City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Stay Kook Suites

[accommodation] [hotel]

366.0 RON
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

end day 2

[end day]

Ticket for Northern Ramparts walk City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ticket for Northern Ramparts walk

[information] [payment point]

40.0 RON

Description

The entrance is 20 shekeli per person.

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Northern Ramparts Walk Jerusalem City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Northern Ramparts Walk Jerusalem

[landmark] [tour]

Description

The walk on Northern Ramparts is an experience you don't want to miss in your Jerusalem itinerary. You start walking on the wall at Jaffa Gate and you finish the tour at Lions' Gate. You are basically walking on the defensive wall and you get some amazing views over the old city. And seeing the daily bustle from above it gives you a sense of how life was here for the last 2000 years. We start in the Christian Quarter and then we enter the Muslim Quarter. The Christian Quarter is calm, with a western vibe, we saw a Christmas tree, some imposing buildings. As you move along to the Damascus Gate, the bustling life of the souks (markets) changes completely the scenery.

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Mosque City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Mosque

[landmark] [mosque]

Description

One of the few mosques in the Christian Quarter

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Muslim Quarter City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Muslim Quarter

[landmark] [neighborhood]

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View of the Dome of the Rock City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

View of the Dome of the Rock

[landmark] [view point/ panorama]

Description

Amazing view of the Dome of the Rock

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Damascus Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Damascus Gate

[landmark] [gate]

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Golgotha City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Golgotha

[landmark] [rock formation]

Description

This is considered by some to be the place of the Crucifixion of Jesus.

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Ghetimani Garden City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ghetimani Garden

[landmark] [view point/ panorama]

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End of Northern Ramparts walk at Lion Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

End of Northern Ramparts walk at Lion Gate

[information] [orientation]

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Tomb of the Virgin Mary City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Church of all nations City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Church of all nations

[landmark] [church / monastery]

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Absalom's Tomb City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Absalom's Tomb

[landmark] [cemetery / tombstone / mausoleum]

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Tomb of Zechariah City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tomb of Zechariah

[landmark] [cemetery / tombstone / mausoleum]

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Gihon spring City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Gihon spring

[landmark] [spring]

Description

Jewish culture is very strong related to the water source, necessary for purification before entering sacred places. Gihon spring is the source of water the Jews used before entering the Temple of Jerusalem. But for a string fortress it is necessary the water source to be protected from possible enemies. So Gihon Spring was collected in a man-made channel cut in stone, so none can have access to it. It is possible to walk on this tunnel, but be aware that the water is cold.

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Ticket office for the pools of Siloam City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ticket office for the pools of Siloam

[information] [payment point]

50.0 RON

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The pools of Siloam City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

The pools of Siloam

[landmark] [archaeological site]

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The Drainage Channel City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

The Drainage Channel

[landmark] [archaeological site]

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City of David City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

City of David

[landmark] [archaeological site]

Description

As you come out of the The Drainage Channel, you arrive in the archeological site of City of David. Considered to be the position of the ancient city of Jerusalem.

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Dung Gate City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Dung Gate

[landmark] [gate]

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Western Wall Tunnels City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Western Wall Tunnels

[landmark] [archaeological site]

140.0 RON

Description

Right next to the exposed Western Wall where we saw masses of Jews praying, there is an archeological excavation on going. Israel authorities are not allowed to dig under the Temple Mount, so all the digging is happening on the exterior walls. During the last 2000 years , houses are build on top of previous one, and the base of the wall was covered. Buying the ticket to see the Western Wall Tunnels, gives you the chance to visit the base of the wall and wonder about the technology and engineering that made possible this impressive construction. Buy tickets online, so you make sure you have a reserved spot (https://www.thekotel.org/en/western_wall_sites/western_wall_tunnels/) . Be aware that the visits and even the website do not work Fridays and Saturdays. Be aware that this is part of the Western Wall and it is considered sacred. You will find people praying here, so make sure you are respectful. After walking on the base of the Western Wall you will arrive at the cistern that once was part of the cistern visited yesterday at the Chapel of the Sisters of Zion.

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Exit of Wester Wall Tunnel tour City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Exit of Wester Wall Tunnel tour

[information] [orientation]

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Tmol Shilshom City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tmol Shilshom

[food and beverages] [restaurant]

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Stay Kook Suites City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Stay Kook Suites

[accommodation] [hotel]

366.0 RON
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

end day 3

[end day]

 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

payment point  

[information] [payment point]

11.8 RON

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L1 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

L1

[transport] [tram]

distance

1.7km

Duration

00:8 h

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Train Station Yerusalem Navon City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Train Station Yerusalem Navon

[transport] [walk]

distance

5.1km

Duration

00:1 h
Train Station Yerusalem Navon City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Train Station Yerusalem Navon

[transport] [train]

distance

52.1km

Duration

01:03 h

Description

Take the train to Tel Aviv

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 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

walk  

[transport] [walk]

distance

66.6km

Duration

08:05 h
Roza Apartment City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Roza Apartment

[information] [check in]

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Vivida Vegan Restaurant City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Vivida Vegan Restaurant

[food and beverages] [restaurant]

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Tel Aviv Beach City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Beach

[landmark] [beach]

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View of Jaffa City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

View of Jaffa

[landmark] [view point/ panorama]

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Wall limimts City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Wall limimts

[landmark] []

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Al Bahr Mosque City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Al Bahr Mosque

[landmark] [mosque]

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Old lighthouse City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Old lighthouse

[landmark] [lighthouse]

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Map from Jaffa City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Map from Jaffa

[landmark] [artwork / installation]

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Entrance to Jaffa Old City City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Entrance to Jaffa Old City

[landmark] [city]

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Fountain Zodiac Signs City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Fountain Zodiac Signs

[landmark] [fountain]

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Jaffa sign City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jaffa sign

[landmark] [artwork / installation]

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cake and icecream  

[food and beverages] [cake and icecream]

54.0 RON

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Wishing Bridge City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Wishing Bridge

[landmark] [bridge]

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Abrasha Park City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Abrasha Park

[landmark] [park]

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Jaffa's Flea Market City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Jaffa's Flea Market

[landmark] [market / bazaar]

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Hashuka Restaurant City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Hashuka Restaurant

[food and beverages] [restaurant]

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Roza Apartment City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Roza Apartment

[accommodation] [apartment ]

215.0 RON

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 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

end day 4

[end day]

 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

bus  

[transport] [bus]

11.8 RON

distance

2.7km

Duration

00:10 h

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 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

walk  

[transport] [walk]

distance

0.4km

Duration

00:27 h
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

train  

[transport] [train]

27.0 RON

distance

14.5km

Duration

00:19 h

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walk  

[transport] [walk]

Ben Gurion Airport City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Ben Gurion Airport

[end point]

Statistics


868m

-9m

877m

4,854m

226km

32:35 h

Means of transport

 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

walk

112.1km
874.9m
30:18 h
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

train

109.2km
869.9m
01:58 h
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

bus

2.7km
39m
00:10 h
 City break in Israel: Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

tram

1.7km
38.7m
00:8 h