The Via Dolorosa is the path within the Old City of Jerusalem that Jesus is said to have took carrying the cross to his crucifixion. Known in Catholicism as the Stations of the Cross, the entire path is marked on the streets and major landmarks it ... 

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Anne M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
November 2015

We did the Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour on our second day in Jerusalem. It was amazing. We visited the Tomb of David, Mount Zion and other sites before moving to the Western Wall. After clearing security, we had plenty of time at the Dome of the Rock, which is breathtakingly beautiful. After a terrific lunch in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City we walked through part of the Via Dolorosa to the Church of Holy Sepulchre. The various sections of the church were explained in detail. Our guide was great and answered many, many questions. Bring comfortable shoes and water. Also tour starts just outside Jaffa Gate, not inside gate by tourist information centre as many people, including ourselves, were told.

Doing what: Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour

4 star rating: Recommended
October 2015

Allen our tourguide was very knowledgeable but we missed the Via Dolorosa because of ongoing unrest in that place.It's a plus if we were able to otherwise it was a good one

Doing what: Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour

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