Jerusalem Sights in Two Days

Want to see all the important places in Jerusalem? You can make it in two days using this itinerary.
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Day 1: Jerusalem Sights in Two Days

Tower of David

The city's Citadel known as the Tower of David dates more than 2.700 years back.

Christian Quarter

The Christian Quarter is one of the four quarters of the walled Old City of Jerusalem, the other three being the Jewish Quarter, the Muslim…

Muristan

A charming maze of tiny streets built on the ruins of hospital. It is a great place for shopping and souvenir hunting with numerous shops…

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre

The world's holiest Christian site is presumably built on the place of both the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus, and is thus a major…

Via Dolorosa

The road follows the last steps of Jesus leading to the place of his crucifixion.

Church of the Condemnation

The Church of the Condemnation and Imposition of the Cross is a Roman Catholic church located within the Franciscan compound that also…

Muslim Quarter

The largest and most populous quarter of the Old City, is a lively and always busy place with lots of small shops.

Damascus Gate

This gate, considered the most impressive and important gateway to the Old City, was named after the road coming out of it, leading in the…

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Day 2: Jerusalem Sights in Two Days

Golden Gate

Visit the oldest gate in Jerusalem, built in the 6th/7th century and sealed since the 16th century!

Dome of the Rock

Marvel at this 7th-century dominant, said to be the first dome-shaped shrine to be built, can be seen from all over Jerusalem.

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Western Wall

This ancient sight dating back to the 1st century BC is simply breathtaking.

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Situated in the southeastern corner of the Old City, this religious site represents an immense importance for Judaism, Christianity and…

Al-Aqsa Mosque

The third holiest site of Sunni Islam dates back to 8th century. The access may be restricted due to political and security reasons, though.

Archaeological Park @ Ewa Szymonik

Jerusalem Archaeological Park

Despite the location, this archaeological gem is often overlooked. Get off the beaten path and explore those mind-blowing remains!

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City Of David

Visit the place where King David established his kingdom, and where the history of this country was written.

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