Things to see in Jerusalem

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Jerusalem.
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  • Hi, I'm an Israeli and I have been living in Spain for 10 years. I love to travel and I always take the opportunity to do so when I can. I'm not religious, but Jerusalem is a city that is so magical it can not be explained in words....
  • A hidden treasure in the Christian Quarter, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built around the area where Jesus spent his last hours (where he was crucified and buried) is an absolute must for you to visit. Christians are swirling every...
  • This relaxation centre located across the road from Jerusalem to Eilat (Highway 90), and a few kilometers from Masada is ideal for taking a dip in the Dead Sea, with its healing mud and pools of hot springs. Do not forget your swim...
  • Climbing Masada at dawn is impressive, not only bcause of the silence, but also the change of light and the hundreds of people that experience a place steeped in so much cruel and heroic history. The change of light during the day, ...
  • This marvelous lake is formed by the descent of the Jordan River and to the east it's flanked by the Golan mountains, and to the north and west by Lower Galilee. The lake is 212 meters below the Mediterranean Sea's level. It's 21 ki...
  • In a very Orthodox area of Jerusalem is Mea Shearim. People are living a very simple life with their focus on Spirituality and it was refreshing to see the kindness and warmth of the residents of this neighborhood
  • Beyond its historical / religious sights, Mount Olives is one of the best views in all of Jerusalem. To go up to the top, most people take a taxi, but you can also walk up, which takes 30 minutes from the center of the old town of J...
  • Muslims believe that the rock in the center of the dome is the spot from which Muhammad ascended to heaven with the angel Gabriel to meet Allah. It is a holy place for Muslims. The Jews claim that is the place where Abraham was abou...
  • The church of the Holy Sepulchre is interesting, unique and unmatched in terms of a Christian architectural structure. An unforgettable place that's not to be missed in the Old City. The dead body of Jesus, after he was taken down f...
  • The city of Jesus was the ancient town of Galilee. It's located along the Sea of ​​Galilee or Lake Tiberias, whose ruins were discovered in 1838 by Edward Robinson, a geographer. Taking a walk through the ruins is amazing. The remai...
  • The Judean Desert includes the extension of the wilderness from Jerusalem to Jerico. The Dead Sea, which is about 50 kilometers long, and just as wide, goes from Jerusalem, Hebron, and Masada. Besides its arid and bleak appearance o...
  • The most adorable city in the world. Jerusalem, there you feel that the stones are talking to you, telling you stories about the creation, sacrifice, love, hate, conquer , and victory.
  • It is the desire of every pilgrim to follow the footsteps of Jesus to the Holy Land especially the passing from the Praetorium to Calvary. This medieval Franciscan devotion is connected to the custom of the early Christians to tour ...
  • Next to the Mamilla Hotel, and a short walk to the old city, is a friendly place that's designed as a pedestrian street with shops, restaurants and cafes, and art exhibitions outdoors, some quite interesting
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