Jerusalem tours do more than conjure up visions of a long distant past.
There is a whole vibrant, cosmopolitan, modern city to discover, so make sure you also sample some of the city's many cultural treasures, fun activities, quaint neighborhoods and modern history.
The Calatrava Bridge of Strings at the city entrance.
Stroll down Ben Yehuda Street on a Saturday night. Enjoy the street performers at the Arlov Mamilla Mall. Search out all the amazing trompe l'oeuil murals that decorate the city. Partake of Jerusalem entertainment - festivals and fairs of every kind.
Explore our great parks. Drink in the panoramic view of Jerusalem at the Haas Promenade. And then discover some more!
The view of Jerusalem, old and new, from the Haas Promenade
Be sure to check our Jerusalem Events Calendar for concerts, exhibits and seasonal events.
There are over 60 Jerusalem museums, that run the gamut from world-class archaeological exhibits to renown modern art collections.
You won't want to miss the Israel Museum and its Dead Sea scrolls, nor Yad Vashem, Israel's holocaust museum, set at the edge of the Jerusalem Forest.
Here's a sampling of sites that you might want to include during your visit. So start exploring!
The Knesset - the Israeli Parliament - is also home to famous Chagall art work. Art lovers, don't miss the Chagall Windows at Hadassah Hospital - Ein Karem.
Other sites to visit include:
Of course, this is just a partial list. Turn any corner in Jerusalem and you're bound to discover something else wonderful.
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