Tour di un giorno a Gerusalemme (città vecchia e città nuova)
Percorrendo la Valle del Cedro, si oltrepassa il Giardino del Gethsemani, la Chiesa di tutte le Nazioni e l'antico cimitero ebraico. Quindi, una volta lasciato il pullman, si attraversa a piedi la Porta di Zion, una delle otto porte nella città vecchia di Gerusalemme. Si passa attraverso il quartiere armeno nel quartiere ebraico per visitare il Cardo bizantino, l'antica strada principale della città che si ritiene risalga al VI secolo d.C.
Si prosegue per il Muro Occidentale, conosciuto come il Muro del Pianto, luogo di preghiera degli ebrei fin dalla distruzione del secondo Tempio. Il muro risale a circa 2.000 anni fa e le sue crepe sono riempite con preghiere scritte su fogli e lasciate dai migliaia di pellegrini che vengono qui.
Si entra nel quartiere cristiano per seguire le orme di Gesù lungo la Via Dolorosa (n. 5-14), la strada che si ritiene sia stata da lui percorsa verso il luogo della crocifissione. Puoi vedere le stazioni della Via Crucis e ammirare la splendida Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro, situata sul luogo della crocifissione.
Si esce dalla città vecchia attraverso il mercato ebreo e la Porta di Jaffa per terminare il tour al museo dell'Olocausto nella città nuova di Gerusalemme. Qui, puoi vedere gli inquietanti oggetti che testimoniano la sofferenza e le storie dei popoli di religione ebraica durante la seconda guerra mondiale.
Di ritorno al pullman, il tour termina con il rientro in hotel.
Nota: il venerdì, il sabato e durante le festività ebraiche il museo dell'Olocausto è chiuso; verrà effettuata una visita sostitutiva al Monte Sion e alla chiesa del Getsemani
- Ritiro e consegna dell'hotel
- Guida professionale
- Veicolo con aria condizionata
- Cibo e bevande, se non specificato
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Per entrare nei luoghi di culto e nei musei selezionati è richiesto un codice di abbigliamento moderato. Si prega di astenersi dall'indossare pantaloncini. Ginocchia e spalle devono essere coperte per uomini e donne. Si rischia di rifiutare l'ingresso in caso di mancato rispetto di questi requisiti di abbigliamento
- Si prega di notare che il venerdì, il sabato e le festività ebraiche il museo dell'Olocausto è chiuso. Una visita al Monte. Sion (tomba del re David e sala dell'ultima cena) avrà luogo invece.
- L'ingresso al vashem Yad non è consentito ai bambini sotto i 10 anni
- Si prega di notare che questo tour non è adatto a bambini di età inferiore ai 4 anni
Absolutely a great full day tour. I, nor my girlfriend have ever been. I am RC and she is Russian Jewish. We had such a great educational journey. It was deeply felt and eye opening. Our guide was a local from Jerusalem and was more than professional. We recommend this tour as it accompasses all four quarters and The West Wall. Great tour!
We had a wonderful tour guide called Ami. He was friendly, inspiring, full of information, enthusiastic and sincere in what he was saying. The tour started with a drive up to a high point so that we could look over the whole city. It was such a beautiful view and we had the opportunity to get out of the bus, film and take photos. The tour continued on from there so that we could see other important sites along the route to the old city, such as the Mount of Olives. Pity there was no time to stop there, though. Walking through the streets of Old Jerusalem, seeing key places, both Jewish and Christian, and having the historical, traditional and biblical references explained in such detail while we were actually there was wonderful. It's was a great experience for Bible scholars, but even if you were not, the tour guide's narrative made up for that. He literally brought the Biblical accounts to life. We had no idea beforehand, however, that there would be so much walking at pace in the heat of the day. If you're not very fit, be prepared. Wearing a hat is a MUST so as to not fade away from heat exhaustion or sun stroke, and non-slip shoes are advisable as the street stones are smooth, no doubt worn down by the thousands of pilgrims who've visited over decades. The tour also involves climbing lot of steps up to and down from some of the sacred places, as well as up to the restaurant where we had lunch. Its quite a strenuous tour and was a challenge for us, not to mention a few of the older members of our group. The last stop on the tour was the visit to the Holocaust museum, which was informative and interesting. We were not accompanied inside by our tour guide, so we were unable to ask any questions about what we saw nevertheless being able to visit the museum was a valuable part of the day. For all of the sites we visited and for what we saw, we would say that the tour reflected good value for money and would highly recommend it.
Booked an English tour and found myself the only English speaker amongst a group of Spanish speakers. The guide was not good and spoke more Spanish than English. Also saw none of New Jerusalem. Would not recommend.
Title of this tour is misleading, it should be labeled Old Jerusalem and holocaust museum tour, you spend the morning touring old Jerusalem and whole afternoon touring holocaust museum. You can see as much putting the Holy Sepulchre church and wailing wall on your google maps and touring on your own.
First of all Three Stars May seem like a so/so review - but this was actually a really good tour BUT the first rule of excursions is to do as described in the description and itinerary of the actual tour which this tour DID NOT. Firstly, the tour says youll start your tour on the Mount of Olives and then spend time in the Gardens of Gethsemane WRONG what we actually did was drive straight to the Old City and our guide said there is the Mount of Olives out of your mini bus window on the left take pictures quickly as we have to keep moving - I asked about the Gardens of Gethsemane and she replied No not on this Tour? Then the Old City was a little rushed to be honest and we were told You havent got time to wait for 3 hours to see the Tomb of Christ - as we havent got time in actual fact myself and my partner came back the following day by ourselves and the waiting time for The Tomb of Christ was exactly 28 minutes? The Jewish Apocolypse Museum was necessary and harrowing to visit - but the entire afternoon was dedicated to this visit and our guide said this museum is important to me and quite rightly so but clearly the day was skewed in favour of where the tour guide wanted to go? A very good tour - but not as described in the Tour Description.