Jerusalem (one-day excursion)

price: 90 $ per person

Jerusalem

1. Departure from Eilat 4.50-5.40 (depending on the tourist's place of residence)

2. Kibbutz Hatzeva, 15-minute stop.

3. Ejn Bokek, Dead Sea. 1.5 hours stop, bathing, breakfast.

4 River Jordan, Qasr al-Yahud. The place of Baptism of Jesus Christ. Jordan's font if you wish

5 Bethlehem, Pilgrimage center. The Basilica of the Nativity is the birthplace of Jesus Christ.

6. Lunch

7. Tour of the old City, from the gates of Jafskih to the gate of the garbage.

Pilgrimage tour of the Temple of the Lord's coffin, where called is located, the stone of Confirmation, Sepulchre, the burial site and resurrection of the Savior.

In the end of the journey to the Old City, the Wailing Wall, where tourists (of any denomination) are traditionally left with a note asking for the Almighty.

In order to travel to Jerusalem, it is necessary to have, in winter, warm clothes.

Women have solitaire, scarf or handkerchiefs, comfortable shoes.

A visit to Bethlehem requires a passports. If the tour includes a Dead Sea stop, you should take a bathing suit and a towel.

Men in shorts have limited access to shrines.

Jerusalem. We pass through the whole Old Town, from the gate of Jaffa to the Garbage Gate. Pilgrimage tour of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where Golgotha, the Confirmation Stone, Kuvukiya are located – the burial place and the Resurrection of the Savior. At the end of the hike through the Old City – the Wailing Wall, where traditionally tourists (of any religion) leave notes with requests to the Almighty. Then return to Eilat.

The guide has the right, depending on the circumstances, to make minor changes to the itinerary. </ b>
2. Bethlehem. Jerusalem – only private tours.
Bethlehem is the Church of the Nativity of Christ.  Monasteries on the Mount of Olives – Spaso-Voznesensky, Mary Magdalene.  For travel to Bethlehem (the Palestinian Autonomy) a foreign passport is required.

3. Jerusalem Christian – only private tours.
Panorama of Jerusalem is ancient and modern. Gethsemane Garden of the Mount of Olives. Church of the Passion of the Lord and the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin. Mount Zion – the Chamber of the Last Supper. The Way of the Cross (the last five stops). Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Calvary is the burial place of Jesus Christ. Wall of Tears.

4. Jerusalem overview – only private tours.
Panorama of Jerusalem. Yad Vashem is a museum of the catastrophe of European Jewry. Modern quarters of Jerusalem. Walk through the quarters of the Old City: Jewish Quarter, Cardo Street, excavations of ancient Jerusalem, the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Golgotha.

5.  Jerusalem – only private tours.
Panorama of the Mount of Olives. The Olive Monastery of the Ascension of Christ ( Candle). District of the  Compound. Monastery of Mary Magdalene –  Gethsemane. Ein Karem – the birthplace of John the Baptist, Gornensky Orthodox Monastery. Monastery of the Cross.

6. Jewish Jerusalem – only private tours.
Old city: Jewish Quarter, Cardo Street, excavations of ancient Jerusalem, the Wailing Wall, the Great Synagogue, the Tower of David – the Museum of the History of Jerusalem. Panorama of Jerusalem. Yad Vashem is a museum of the catastrophe of European Jewry.

7. Excursion “Jerusalem Underground” – an exclusive itinerary, only private tours.
Archaeological Park “Center Davidson” – excavations at the southern wall of the Temple Mount, traces of the destruction of the II Temple, the movie “Pilgrims in the Temple.” Wall of Tears. The city of David is ancient Jerusalem, the capital of the united Israeli kingdom; the oldest aqueduct of the city; The Silaam font is the place of evangelical miracles. The film is in 3-dimensional image. Panorama of the Kidron Valley. The Hasmonean ladder. Option – the House of the High Priest of Kaifa.

8. Orthodox Jerusalem. Bethlehem – only private tours.
Panorama of the Mount of Olives. The Olive  Monastery of the Ascension of Christ (” Candle”). Monastery of Mary Magdalene – Gethsemane. Bethlehem – Church of the Nativity of Christ. Ein Kerem – the birthplace of John the Baptist, Gornensky Orthodox Monastery. For travel to Bethlehem (the Palestinian Autonomy) a foreign passport is required.

9. Monasteries of Judea, Qumran – only private tours.
The Holy Ascension Monastery on Mount Ascension ( Candle). The Oasis Monastery of St. Gerasimus is one of the first in the Judean Desert. Qumran: excavations of the settlement of the Qumranite sect, where the most ancient manuscripts of the Old Testament were found.

10. Bethlehem. Monasteries of Judea are only private tours.
Bethlehem – Church of the Nativity of Christ. Panorama of the St. George Monastery in the Wadi Kelt Gorge. The monastery of St. Hariton is the history of the first hermits. The Oasis Monastery of St. Gerasimus is one of the first in the Judean Desert. For travel to Bethlehem (the Palestinian Autonomy) a foreign passport is required.

11. Bethlehem. Ein Karem – only private tours.
Bethlehem – Church of the Nativity of Christ. Ein Kerem – the birthplace of John the Baptist. Gornensky Orthodox Monastery. The Holy Spring is the meeting place of Mary and Elizabeth. For travel to Bethlehem (the Palestinian Autonomy) a foreign passport is required.
For a trip to Jerusalem you need to have: In winter – warm clothes. Women scarf, scarf or shawl, comfortable shoes, for a visit to Bethlehem, you must have passports. If the tour includes a stop at the Dead Sea, then you need to bring a swimsuit (bathrobe) and a towel.

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