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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour

  • Three religions walking tour of Old City Jerusalem
  • See religious sites inside the city walls and beyond
  • Learn the ancient stories behind Jerusalem’s holy places
Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour
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4-hour walking tour with a local English-speaking guide.
From US$32,22
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4-hour walking your with a local Spanish-speaking guide
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Discover Jerusalem’s Jewish, Islamic, and Christian sites on a walking tour that explores the city’s rich religious heritage, from the Dome of the Rock and Temple Mount to the Via Dolorosa. Get a fascinating perspective on thousands of years of history, spirituality, and conflict by experiencing Jerusalem through all three of the city’s major religions.
What to Expect
Meet a guide in the Old City and set out on foot toward Temple Mount, where the Dome of the Rock marks the place where the Prophet Mohammed is believed to have ascended to heaven. Learn how the site is sacred in Judaism from stories of the First Temple to Abraham’s sacrifice.

Take in two other beautiful Islamic monuments—the Dome of the Chain and Al-Aqsa Mosque. Then, continue to the Western Wall, an important pilgrimage site for Jews.

In the Christian Quarter, follow the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, retracing the route that Jesus is believed to have walked on the way to the crucifixion site. Outside the ancient walls, head to Mt. Zion, the 12-century Hall of the Last Supper, and the Tomb of King David, before finishing the tour in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City.
Reviews (215)
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Reviewed today
Great free tour

Our guide Dror was fantastic very knowledgable amusing and generous with his time We had a walking tour of old Jerusalem which should have lasted 2 hours but he was so interesting that it over run and then pointed us in the direction of a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Gail H
Reviewed 1 week ago
Comprehensive, Educational and Enjoyable

Our guide, Hila, made this experience entirely worthwhile. Despite pouring rain, uncommon in Jerusalem, we visited all of the important sites and all four quarters of the old city. Explanations were clear and easily heard and time for individual questions. A short stop for lunch...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Robert S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Better than expected

This tour was 4 hours long. We were concerned that it would be tiresome but found it very interesting and informative in baring facts of centuries of these 3 religions. Einat our tour guide was knowledgeable and passionate about her love of Jerusalem. She made...More

Thank 907kmd
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
great recommendation

excellent tour guide ! He was knowledgeable and entertaining and brought a greater understanding of the history and how the three religions intersect.

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Doctor333
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Tour left me stranded

I’ve normally had a good experience with SANDEMANs’s tours however this paid trip around Jerusalem’s Holy site left me stranded. Upon entering Temple Mount we were told that we had 20mins to look around before heading to a restaurant for lunch. The tour guide said...More

6  Thank JadeO914
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Response from Rita V | Reviewed this property |
You do the first few stations of the cross on this tour. Ours did end at about 3pm but expect lots of people. Our schedule was Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the different sections of the market, lunch, the Western Wall and... More