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Old and New Jerusalem Day Trip from Tel Aviv
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Old and New Jerusalem Day Trip from Tel Aviv

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Visit Jerusalem's ancient sights as well as Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center in a full-day trip from Tel Aviv. You’ll explore highlights of Old Jerusalem as you walk through the Armenian, Jewish, and Christian Quarters, and then visit Israel’s moving memorial to Holocaust victims. Pickup and drop-off at Tel Aviv hotels make this a convenient way to experience Jerusalem, with a guide to help bring the city’s long history to life.
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Michel B wrote a review Sep 2020
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One of my 'must visit' sites in Jerusalem. Archaeology, history and the major points of Jewish history, rolled into one.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Carol D wrote a review Jun 2020
Overland Park, Kansas1,627 contributions219 helpful votes
I didn't know there was a tunnel that went the entire length Western Wall of the Old Jerusalem. The Holy Land has to be an archeologist dream, they still keep finding things even in the Old City. This apparently was discovered during laying down of water pipes in 1967. Some if it are parts of the roads that in Jesus's day would have walked. Within the tunnels I saw a place for synagogal worship and there is even a sections for men and women to pray at the Western Wall underground. Who knew? The first part of the tour had visuals to help us see what the temple mount looked like at various periods in time and a visual of where we were under the tunnel compared to topside. We saw stones that had King Herrod's mark, which helped them determine the age. (Large stones) Smaller stone structures indicated a later time period. There was also a small section of some marble left by workers who "when on break" but never came back to continue working. The archeologist left it as is. It was a fascinating tour.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Travelingaroundtheworld wrote a review May 2020
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you will feel like inside the bible, its such an intersting and amazing place, there are not a lot like this in the whole world. it is a must if visiting jerusalem.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rick F wrote a review Apr 2020
Palmerston North, New Zealand23 contributions14 helpful votes
We took two of the underground tours and found them both fascinating. There is a whole other world happening down below !
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Date of experience: January 2020
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luv2travel076 wrote a review Apr 2020
New York517 contributions160 helpful votes
Walking beneath the Western wall in the tunnels is very interesting. At that level you are walking under Jerusalem at the level of the city from Jesus Christ’s time. Some very narrow passages and a few wet spots.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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