JERUSALEM - A MUST SEE CITY

Jerusalem is Israel's capital, and largest city both in population and size. A Holy City for three of the world's major religions -Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - Jerusalem has a long and tumultuous history, during which it has been home to people of many nationalities and faiths.

Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount in th
Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount in th

Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount in th
Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount in th

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Photo taken by Dafna Tal for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Photo taken by Dafna Tal for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

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The Western Wall, Old City
The Western Wall, Old City

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

The Western Wall, Old City
The Western Wall, Old City

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

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Jerusalem Light Train
Jerusalem Light Train

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall
Ben Yehuda pedestrian mall

City Center

Jerusalem, City Center
Jerusalem, City Center

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

Jerusalem Light Train
Jerusalem Light Train

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

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The city welcomes its visitors with a perfect mix of modernity and history

Ramparts, Old City Walls
Ramparts, Old City Walls

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

Ramparts, Old City Walls
Ramparts, Old City Walls

Photo taken by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

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One of the oldest cities in the world with a history going back 5000 years,  Jerusalem is bursting with iconic landmarks. Every brick and stone is teeming with history.

Beyond the Old City walls, lies a new Jerusalem, with the best features of modern life - culture, nightlife and dining.

Old City sites to explore:

  • Western Wall 

  • Church of the Holy Sepulchre

  • Ramparts Walk  

  • Temple Mount (Al-Aqsa) 

  • Tower of David Museum 

  • Arab market

Visit the city's lively and colorful neighborhoods, each with its own personality and atmosphere:​​

  • Nachlaot & Mahane Yehuda (a market by day and bustling entertainment hub at night)
  • Nahalat Shiva
  • The shop- and–restaurant-lined
Ben Yehuda and Jaffa Streets

Photos by Noam Chen for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism

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