Things to do in Hebron

Top Things to Do in Hebron

Things to Do in Hebron

Top Attractions in Hebron


What travellers are saying

  • Dyron D
    Malibu, CA4 contributions
    Excellent and holy place to visit. It is safe. Strong security is there. Muslims and Jews are separated there, by different entrances, so quarreling does not exist there. You might get asked your religion, but that is normal in Palestinian tourist sites. Arabs enter one area while non Palestinians (including non Arab tourists, including most Westerners) enter on the Jewish side.
    Written 15 July 2022
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  • TAZ K
    46 contributions
    This was a special experience, this is a beautiful mosque inside. Peaceful and incredible energy inside, super friendly and helpful Palestinians. The outside getting into e- Khalil (Hebron) is a bit difficult with barriers to get through. Definitely worth a visit to pray.
    Don't worry about the Israeli security, you slowly become custom to it unfortunately.
    Just be happy that you are in one of the holiest countries for all abrahamic religions.
    Full of history where we all can learn from each other.
    Palestine is for everyone- ISLAM, CHRISTIANITY AND JUDAISM.
    God willing there will be peace once everyone learns love.
    Written 23 November 2019
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  • MARC L
    Munich, Germany399 contributions
    We went to this ancient synagogue as a side-route from the Yattir forest, and we did not regret it. It is located in the Westbank, so you have to cross a control post, but driving there is absolutely safe. A very helpful guide explained us the site, which we visited alone. You can see, among others, how the people lived there in ancient times, it is a very well preserved city with a beautiful synagogue from the first millennium - the synagogue being the main attraction of the site. If you go, make sure to have hats and enough water, as the areal is rather big. There are some information points distributed on the site, also in english.
    Written 28 August 2015
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  • SF Guy
    San Francisco, CA789 contributions
    Very heavy security. This place was great and depressing at the same time given the current situation. But the Mosque is very nice and tombs are very well preserved.
    Written 25 July 2019
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  • Sebastian P
    1 contribution
    The tour was very informative and the guide was really open and nice. He showed us the city from different sides and improved so our understanding of what it means to live under the occupation.
    Written 9 January 2020
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  • cmanis01
    St. Augustine, FL470 contributions
    This place had beautiful glass works as well as spices, trinkets, leather shoes, mud masks and more. They are a bit pushy but just tell them you are looking and will let them know. The glass work is very pricey.
    Written 31 December 2018
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  • Temper43 - Alfredo
    Panama City, Panama1 285 contributions
    It is not easy to climb up the hill to find the remnants of the Tel Hebron, but well worth the visit. With walls that go back to the Middle Bronze Age, around 2000 - 1500 BCE, it means the place was well inhabited by people when as per the tradition Abraham came to live here.
    the site is somehow with signs and you can pick a booklet with explanations, there are certain days that there are guides here, especially on Thursdays and Fridays those are the days the site is open.
    So you can admire the Canaanite walls, the towers and the most interesting is the ritual baths they had, as they are very big.
    Written 15 May 2022
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