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Book this Jerusalem Super Saver and save 10% compared to booking the two tours separately

Save by booking two popular day tours and experience the best of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and the City of David. See the top sites in Jerusalem and Bethlehem on the first day, recounting Jesus’ life from birth to death, plus so much more. On the other day tour, discover the archaeological finds and underground tunnels in the City of David. Hotel transport is available for both days.

Highlights

  • Enjoy two popular day tours for a discounted price with this Super Saver combo
  • Experience a full-day tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem followed by a full-day tour of the City of David and underground Jerusalem
  • Explore the iconic sights of Jerusalem and Bethlehem, including the Western Wall, Via Dolorosa and Church of the Nativity
  • View the landmarks of ancient Jerusalem, including the Tomb of King David, old Jewish quarter and the City of David
  • Enjoy convenient hotel pickups and drop-offs on both tours
  • Travel on an air-conditioned coach

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What You Can Expect

Jerusalem Super Saver: Day Tours of Jerusalem and Bethlehem and City of David and Underground Jerusalem

Explore the excavations and underground tunnels of the City of David on this Super Saver

Day Tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem
After pickup from your Jerusalem hotel by air-conditioned coach, visit the Mount of Olives for a scenic overview of the entire city of Jerusalem. Continue past the Garden of Gethsemane, where it is believed that Jesus prayed on the night he was arrested by Roman soldiers, and then head to the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem and see the famous Western Wall, the holiest of Jewish sites. In the Christian Quarter, walk along the Via Dolorosa, the street that Jesus traveled on the way to his crucifixion. Look for the 14 stations of the cross while retracing Jesus’ steps to the Hill of Calvary, now the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

In Bethlehem, explore the Church of the Nativity, where the birth of Jesus of Nazareth is said to have occurred, plus Manger Square and the Mosque of Omar, the oldest and only mosque in the old city of Bethlehem. Stop by the Greek and Catholic churches here before boarding the coach for a return trip to the Jerusalem hotels.

Please note: Sequence of tours differs depending on day of week selected (The Jerusalem and Bethlehem tour does not operate on Mondays)

City of David and Underground Jerusalem Day Tour
After hotel pickup, you'll make a brief stop at the Mount of Olives before continuing to Mount Zion. See David’s Tomb and the Last Supper Room, where Jesus shared the Last Supper with his disciples. Pass through the Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley and into the Old City’s Jewish Quarter through Zion’s Gate, also known as David’s Gate, to explore the Four Sephardic Synagogues.

Finally, arrive at the City of David. Above ground, it’s a hub of activity, but here in underground Jerusalem, recent excavations reveal the most exciting archaeological finds of the ancient world.

This City of David tour concludes here, with a return trip by coach to your Jerusalem hotel.

Customer Reviews

Mary M

4 star rating: Recommended October 2015

The only suggestion I have is to use earphones to hear the guide. With as much noise as there was and language differences, it was sometimes hard to hear and understand. But, otherwise, the tours were awesome!!

Teresa M

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2016

If based solely on the performance of the tour guides, Sigal and Itimar, a five-star rating would have been easy to give. They were everything you would want in a guide: knowledgeable, patient, kind, and very frank but diplomatic in discussing sensitive political issues. Well done! However, on day two of the package deal, half the day was spent repeating what we saw on the first day. This is no fault of the guides since they have to follow their itinerary, but why would Viator or their local agent do that? For people with limited time in Jerusalem, this represents a repetitive waste of time and there's no way I would recommend the package deal. Also, my experience with tours is that they get you into the short line, not point to a site and say we'll reconvene in 30 minutes! The tours, individually, were valuable for the narrative otherwise, you can do all this stuff on your own and not have to repeat things already seen. Shame on Viator for poor planning: A rip-off really! As a side note, these tours are not for those in poor health. There is a lot of walking and we were very concerned about an older, heavily overweight lady who labored through the ups and downs of the old city, City of David, etc.

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