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Rediscover Biblical Jerusalem.The story of the City of David began over 3,000 years ago,Today, the story of the City of David continues. Deep underground, the City of David is revealing some of the most exciting archeological finds of the ancient...more
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I guess every tourisy in Jerusalem makes it to the Western Wall. Which is important and inspirational - yet if you walk an extra 300 meters out of the Old City - you can actually get to the location of King David's Palace - over...More
Unbelievable site where David’s palace probably was. Truly incredible to walk these grounds. It is a nice site that you can visit if you have time in Israel. However, it isn’t a must-see. Still, it’s pretty awesome.
Had a guided tour...took the dry water system...lots to learn and lots to see...Really must have a guide to understand this place. Tunnels can be a bit tight to get though...claustrophobics not advised. Truly amazing place.
I did a self-tour, using the Map provided at the ticket booth. I loved going at my own pace. Occasionally, an English-speaking tour group would catch up to me, and I learned a little more than the map provided, but I really enjoyed going at...More
Our Male Tour Guide "Owen" was great and he absolutely knew what he was doing. He was very professional and caring to his group. I also loved the exciting experience of walking 530+ length underground, dark, legs/feet soaked in water and ended at the Siloam...More
The history of Jerusalem started with the ancient City of David.
Recently excavated proof that this was the site of the City of David has been discovered.
This was the beginning of the city of Jerusalem.
LOTS of stairs and steep ramps.
No need to...More
Very thorough tour. Loved our time spent here. Definitely do the tunnel and yes it is cold and ur legs and feet will get wet but the experience is a must unless ur scared of dark and constricting spaces then don’t do it. Definitely bring...More
Choosing this site for guided tour was more for my partner who is better in history than I am. I enjoyed it, learned from it. But beware it is a lot of walking and you can even pass through very narrow caves. I am happy...More
Some of the sites and museums in Israel have their winter and summer schedule. Take for example opening hours at the City of David National Park: Day Winter Schedule Summer Schedule Sun- Thur 17:00 - 8:00 19:00 - 8:00 Is April the summer month? We arrive on April 14th
February 08, 2013|
Summer and winter hours usually apply to national parks only. The split between winter and summer hours is usually determined by when we switch our clocks to daylight savings time, which this year will be before April 14th so you will be looking at summer times.