Comment from John Reality
In attempting a journey along the Via Dolorosa (or the Stations of the Cross, as Catholics describe it), it is important to get your priorities in order. Depending on the nature of your visit, a stroll along the route that Jesus is believed to have trudged laden with his cross to the place of his crucifixion is best undertaken in a variety of ways, and at different times.
If you’re chiefly interested in observing the architecture, culture, and general hustle and bustle of the Old City of Jerusalem, virtually any time during business hours will do. Just be aware that the streets are clogged with sightseers, pilgrims, monks, nuns, and local residents hoping to capitalize on the monetary benefits of the tourist trade.
Photo courtesy of James Emery via Flickr.
Reply by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2013
iPhone users: Most recommended to user this application as your touring guide.
It's a GPS with a narration that'll instruct you throughout the whole tour.
Historical background, pictures, maps, Manual tour, GPS tour and more...
Here you can download it: