Visit the home of Galilee, the Jordan River, the Mount of the Beatitudes and Tabgha. As a vast spiritual center, Jerusalem is one of the most fascinating places you’ll ever visit. You can fully experience all of the wondrous sites of this holy land with FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions during your overnight stay. Stop at the famous Western (Wailing) Wall, the holiest site in Judaism, believed to have been closest to where the Holy Ark once stood. Tour the Christian Quarter, which rests beside a part of the famous Via Dolorosa. And observe the pilgrimage of Muslims visiting the golden-topped Dome of the Rock, with its stunning blue and gold ceramic tiles, considered the third holiest site in Islam. Whatever your credence, it is difficult not to be moved by the history that runs deep though Jerusalem.
Dome of the Rock
Take the “Eternal Jerusalem” excursion and experience the majesty of the Dome of the Rock, with its stunning blue and gold ceramic tiles.
Basilica of the Annunciation
On the “Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee” excursion you will marvel at the 170-foot-high cupola of the Basilica of the Annunciation that allows the interior to be illuminated with natural light.
Tomb of King David
Embark on a comprehensive tour of the ancient sites on “A day in Jerusalem,” and visit the venerated final resting place of King David on Mount Zion.
Mount of Beatitudes
Visit the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus is said to have preached his famous Sermon on the Mount while on the “Nazareth and the Sea of Galilee” excursion.
City of Safed
Discover the city of Safed, founded in the 2nd century A.D. during Roman times, on the “Safed, Winery Visit and Golan Height” excursion.
On the excursion “Eternal Jerusalem,” you will be able to visit the famous Western (Wailing) Wall, the holiest site of the Jewish tradition.
Church of the Nativity
Take the “A day in Jerusalem and Bethlehem” excursion and visit the renowned Church of the Nativity. This extraordinary church is built over a grotto that is believed to be the location of Jesus’ birth.
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