Jerusalem: A city for everybody
Jerusalem boasts the emblematic, historical and spiritual sites for Christians, Muslims and Jews making a it perfect and rare combination of harmony and good interaction between all the elements.
When you visit the Old City do not forget to stop by the Western Wall, the Holy Sepulcher, and the Dome of the Rock, to then walk by the Via Dolorosa and to experience a stunning view from the Mount of Olives; these are definitely the basics you must tick off while you are visiting Jerusalem.
A foodie’s place
Truthfully, Tel Aviv is better known for its gastronomical experience; however, Jerusalem has its own unique culinary offer that fits with the palate of each visitor.
From the fresh and local small bites that you can get visiting the most iconic market Mahane Yehuda, to chef restaurants that transform the food of biblical times into an experience like Eucalyptus by Moshe Basson or Machneyuda and Hasadna where the Mediterranean, the Middle Eastern and other flavors are fused together to create an interesting, fun and trendy mix of cuisines.
We should not forget to mention the marvelous rooftop of Notre Dame that offers a charming atmosphere, and while you are eating be stunned by the amazing views of the Old City.
Activities that mark the difference
We mentioned the basic sites that you must take in to consideration during your visit, but what about upgrading the experience?
From a healthy bike ride or a Segway tour you can learn more about the buildings and structures of the Old City or the tight neighborhoods just outside of the walls. Walk through the underground tunnels that the Western Wall provides, or literally walk on the ramparts of the Old City itself.
By night, treat yourself to a magical and musical show in the Tower of David, that uses Optical Illusion Technology that provides virtual reality images giving a multi-sensorial experience, while you are watching the history of Jerusalem or the story of King David.
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