Meet your guide and small group in front of Herod’s Gate, on Sultan Suleiman Street, before entering the gate into the Old City. You'll be traveling with a group of 12 people or fewer, which ensures an intimate atmosphere, personalized attention from your guide, and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
Start in the Muslim Quarter, where you'll visit the Small Western Wall and grab a breakfast of hummus, ka’ek and tea at a Sa'aleek coffee shop. Learn about the origin of the term Sa'aleek while you eat, then head over to the market for a traditional Arabic dessert accompanied by strong Arabic coffee.
Continue to the Christian Quarter, where you'll explore the Coptic community and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. In the Jewish Quarter, stroll through residential areas that are home to Christian Armenians and Assyrians. If the timing is right, you might see a Bar or Bat Mitzvah and visit the Four Sephardic Synagogues. In the Armenian Quarter, chow down on lahmajoun, or the Armenian version of pizza. Walk off some calories with a trip through the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, ending up at the New Gate.