Mergulhe nas vistas e histórias espirituais de Jerusalém em uma viagem de dia inteiro saindo de Tel Aviv. Viaje com um motorista-guia especializado para a capital de Israel, uma das cidades mais antigas e sagradas do mundo. Experimente a deslumbrante vista da Cidade Velha do Monte das Oliveiras; visite a Sala da Última Ceia e o Túmulo do Rei Davi; absorva a atmosfera nos diferentes bairros e mercados, e veja o Muro das Lamentações (Wailing Wall), a Via Dolorosa e a Igreja do Santo Sepulcro. Termine com uma visita ao comovente memorial do Yad Vashem às vítimas do Holocausto.
Viagem diurna a Jerusalém saindo de Tel Aviv, com um motorista-guia especializado
Aprecie as vistas da Velha Jerusalém do sagrado Monte das Olivas
Faça uma parada no Monte Sião para ver o Túmulo do Rei Davi e o local da Última Ceia de Jesus
Veja o Muro Ocidental, a Via Dolorosa e a Igreja do Santo Sepulcro
Visite Yad Veshem, o museu memorial de Israel para saber sobre as vítimas do Holocausto
Escolha entre uma excursão comum ou faça um upgrade para uma viagem para grupos pequenos para uma experiência mais personalizada
The first 2.5 hours of the trip were spent picking up people from different hotels and driving to Jerusalem and picking up people there as well, since the driver was stressed he took the wrong people in, yelled at people at the bus and then backed the bus on the highway into a gas station and awaited instruction. The tour when we arrived to Jerusalem was quite hasty and it felt like we were rushed between different places without any deeper knowledge of any place, but just brief summaries of each place and here is that, there is that, questions? no? ok, we go on.. Also the lunch place they took us to was a total tourist trap with large tourist groups, not any good food and definitely an experience I would like to forget quickly. We then spent the afternoon in the holocaust museum, which was interesting, but tbh should be cut out from the tour, we were there to tour Jerusalem with a guide and learn the history of the place rather than visiting that place, which is something worth doing, but can easily be done w/o a guide since they are not even permitted to enter. This tour is rather a bad taxi experience with bad food and some notes about each place and then transport to a museum rather than a proper Full Day Tour.
Honestly, skip this tour, buy a guide book and visit places yourself and take a taxi whenever needed. NB: We are experienced travellers, visited 25 countries and spent the remaining 5 days in Israel driving around with our rental car visiting Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Caesarea, Haifa, Akko, Bethlehem, Jeriko, Ein Gedi. We are usually not picky, but this experience was just plain ridiculously bad.
If you are limited on time and want to see the highlights in Jerusalem and also see the Holocaust museum, then this tour is worthwhile. It's a long day and you should expect quite a bit of walking/steps. There is no shopping involved, so if you prefer to stop and linger at the vendors along the way, you won't have the time. Like most of these tours, it's a bit rushed. For example, even though we had 90 minutes at the Holocaust museum, you could easily spend hours there if you take your time, read things and watch the films. Our tour guide was informative and had a good sense of humor. The bus was air conditioned important in June! and was comfortable.
This is a very good overview tour of Jerusalem especially for a first time visitor. Jerusalem might surprise you with how compact and multi leveled it is. Lots of up and down, very easy to make many important stops in a relatively small area. If you have a good guide like Paul you'll also get great context and background on the city and its rich history.
Ofir was the most amazing tour guide ever! Very patient, spoke perfect english and spanish, he made sure everyone's questions were answered and that our curiosities were met. We visited a holy place and he took the time to explain everything in extreme detail but did it in a way to where everyone could appreciate the significance of where we were. He gave us time to explore and to do what we came there to do. It was a great experience and I recommend everyone to take this guide! I even booked more just because of this experience.
Rafael is great. Rafael our guide, not the one from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles- who is also great
He knows everything. He is a very good guide. Don't expect to see the whole Jerusalem. If you do that, I'll let you know it's impossible.
But he will show what he promised to and for us it was enough. Also we met a lot of great guys on tour.
Thank you Rafael. 10/10
This was a great way to see Jerusalem as well as get transportation both ways from Tel Aviv. Mt. Olive was a spectacular first stop to view the city, and inside the city was amazing. Note however be that if you're a religious person I would think you'd enjoy this tour more than a non-religious person. It was heavy on the 'footsteps of Jesus' and 'stations' thing. I can and did enjoy the historical value of these things, but zoned out a bit when the religious droning got a bit heavy. The city stop at Ein Karem seemed pointless.