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Bethlehem and Jerusalem Tour


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Quick Overview

This day tour visits some of the holiest and most fascinating sites in both the Old City of Jerusalem and in Bethlehem. The tour includes the major Christian holy sites in both cities, as well as important historical sites for other religions.

Please read below for more details, or go back to browse all our Bethlehem tours.

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$103

Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thr., Fri., Sat.
9-10 hours

Prices:
Tel-Aviv 07:15 AM 114$
Jerusalem 08:30 AM 103$
Netanya 06:30 AM 114$
Herzliya 07:00 AM 114$

$590.77

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Bethlehem and Jerusalem Tour 

After pick up at major hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem our day begins with a dramatic panoramic overview of the new and old city of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, including the Temple Mount Esplanade of the old city.

We then enter the Old City of Jerusalem and walk along the Via Dolorosa (the Stations of the Cross) to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site of the crucifixion. We then head towards the renovated Jewish Quarter walking through the Cardo, a 1700 year-old ancient pathway constructed in Roman times.
We also visit the Western Wall (also known as the Wailing Wall or Kotel), which was part of the outer walls of the holy Jewish Temple.

We then leave Jerusalem and drive towards Bethlehem via the Nativity Circle and visit Bethlehem’s Manger Square, named after the manger Jesus was born in. Manger Square is home to the Church of the Nativity, one of the world’s oldest-standing churches still functioning to this day.

We will visit the main Basilica of the Nativity, designed in the typical Roman-style and constructed on the ruins of its predecessor in 565 AD, as well as the Catholic Church of St. Catherine, adjoining the Basilica of the Nativity.

Underneath the Church stands the Grotto of the Nativity, the cave in which Jesus was born, the exact spot of birth is marked by a 14-pointed star of silver set into the floor. We also see the Armenian Chapel of the Kings or Magi and we visit the Crusader Church.

* Due to visitor overload, a visit down to the Grotto of Nativity might not be possible because of tour time schedule.

Bethlehem and Jerusalem Tour Remarks:

Bring Passports and modest dress required.

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