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Day Tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem

Highlights
  • Visit Old Jerusalem’s and Bethlehem’s holy sites on a day trip from Jerusalem
  • See the musts in a day: Wailing Wall, Via Dolorosa, Holy Nativity, and more
  • Explore with a guide to learn about the sites and their symbolism
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Day Tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem
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Overview
Make the most of precious sightseeing time in Jerusalem by touring both Old Jerusalem and Bethlehem in a day. After viewing the main sites of the walled city, including the Western Wall and Holy Sepulchre Church, continue to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity and Manger Square. Ideal for travelers with limited time, the trip makes your exploring easy and rewarding, with hotel transfers and guided touring included.
What to Expect
Leave your Jerusalem hotel by air-conditioned coach and head for the Mount of Olives, just east of Old Jerusalem.

Admire the panoramas from here over the city and the Dome of the Rock, and pass the Garden of Gethsemane, where it’s held that Jesus prayed before his arrest.

Next, visit Old Jerusalem to view the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) and Via Dolorosa where Jesus is thought to have walked to Calvary. See some of the stations of the cross and view the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built on the believed crucifixion site.

Then, pass Jerusalem’s Byzantine-era Cardo before driving on to Bethlehem. Here, visit the Church of the Nativity to see where Jesus is believed to have been born, and discover the adjoining Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches and Manger Square—Bethlehem’s spiritual heart and home to the Mosque of Omar.

Your tour then concludes at your Jerusalem hotel.
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Reviewed 6 days ago
Great tour guides

I recently visited Israel for the first time to visit family. My family recommended this tour company during my stay. I booked three tours and was very happy with all the day tours. I found that all the tour guides were knowledgeable and professional. I...More

Thank Pauli643
Reviewed 1 week ago
YOAV MALACHI guide +tour

We really enjoyed our Jerusalem+ Bethlem daily tour. Yoav gave us a lot of information about all the places and he is a very funny person and passionanted about his job. He kept the group interested and always involved . Everything went smooth and safe...More

Thank Greta R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Yoav Malachi is probably the best tour guide you can get in Jerusalem.

I haven't taken any other tour with Bein Harim, but I can't imagine a better tour guide. Yoav is very good at what he does. He is knowledgeable and funny, and his reverence for the rich history of every location we visited was infectious. He...More

Thank John S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Ulzii

I really enjoyed a full day tour to Jerusalim and Bethlehem. Professional, friendly and humorous guide - Mr. Itamar and a driver Abraham picked up us from Tel Aviv. A transit bus was new, clean and safe. I wish I would have opportunity to travel...More

Thank Arvidser
Reviewed June 1, 2018
Feeling happy because of a Great Tour!!!

The pick up at our hotel was right on time as we were the first ones to be picked up and from there the driver picked up the rest of the group, however, the traffic did caused delays for some of the follow up pick...More

Thank Elizabeth Z
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