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Who ever loved history this is amazing trip with great tour guide very recommended trip great for anyone!!
Great walking tour and our guide was very knowledgeable person.
A wonderful adventure through biblical history the guide was most informative and knowledgeable and patient with the different kinds of people in the group, all together a wonderful full day tour. which we would recommend to any one.
This is a must. A lot of walking. Underground city has an option to see Hezekia's tunnel which requires water up to the knee...if i knew this I would have brought appropiate clothes to take this option. Make shure this is in the write up.....also payment into city of David is extra!!! Worth it though.
There was only 4 of us on this trip, good guide and Jerusalem was amazing! loved going to the wailing wall and the breathtaking view of the graves on the mount of olives. Found the city of david abit boring and wished i had done the Holocaust museam in the afternoon instead. But Jerusalem is a must.
the scheduled tour guide left without us at the rendezvousd point, so the tour organiser very quicky brought-in a replacement who was excellent - we essentially had a private tour, so it ended-up much better than it would have been with a larger group!
The trip was great, the guide terrible, he raced through everything in the morning and then dragged his heals for the last hour when there was nothing much to see, tight squeeze in parts of underground a lot of walking,
You'll se the Mount of Olives just from the bus window. From the old city you'll just see the jewish quarter, missing on all the others. The city of David is charged extra. For the money you won't see much, although nice, probably not worth the money. The lunch was also overpriced and you have just 3 choices (pita, pita or pita - last one is vegetarian). I suggest you take the trip on your own with a book guide. Thats what we did after this experience. On the other hand if you don't like planning and don't want to see everything, this may be suited for you.