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Getting from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Most of the tourists of Israel are immediately drawn to the two biggest cities, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Fortunately for these tourists, these cities are quite close together, meaning that travelling to and from each one is inexpensive as well as simple. Therefore, doing a day trip takes little effort and can even be spontaneous – in fact, some Israelis travel between these two cities five times a week! So, read on to kind out about the multiple different ways that you can commute between the two cities in a 33-mile journey.

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Tours from Jerusalem

48 Hours in Jerusalem

A magnet for millions, Jerusalem is one of the world’s holiest cities, attracting followers of three of the world’s major faiths – Christianity, Judaism and Islam. One of the oldest cities in the world, Jerusalem is a melting pot of tradition, religion, and history, as well as modern culture and heritage with a wealth of things to see, do and experience.

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The Complete Guide for Planning Your Trip to Tel Aviv

For many tourists visiting Israel, an excursion to The Dead Sea is certainly a highlight. The combination of the beautiful arid climate, the crystal clear blue skies and the exquisite scenery make The Dead Sea one of Israel’s most popular destinations for visitors to the country. But there’s so much more to do and see in this place than you might think.

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The Dead Sea – A Brief History

For many tourists visiting Israel, an excursion to The Dead Sea is certainly a highlight. The combination of the beautiful arid climate, the crystal clear blue skies and the exquisite scenery make The Dead Sea one of Israel’s most popular destinations for visitors to the country. But there’s so much more to do and see in this place than you might think.

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7 Ways to Have the Best Vacation in Jerusalem

Seven is frequently regarded as a lucky number, particularly in Western society. So, when it comes to arranging your dream vacation in Jerusalem, we thought we’d keep up the tradition and provide you seven suggestions to make it everything you wished for.

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Guided Jerusalem city tour

Jerusalem is one of the most unique cities in the world, it is sacred to Christians, Jews A tour of the city of Jerusalem is an exceptional experience that will be remembered for many years. A tour of Jerusalem is suitable for different sizes of groups.

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Top 10 Places to visit in Jerusalem

Rich history, sacred sites, prominent landmarks, scenic locations, the city of Jerusalem is all this and more. While pilgrimage tours are the essence of the city, there are many touristic things to do in Jerusalem too. From the diverse culture to authentic local cuisine, you’ll never run short of experiences here.

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Israel Jewish Tours to Jerusalem

Over the years, Jerusalem has become the most visited cities in Israel. And rightly so! Being one of the most prominent spiritual centers for Jews, Jerusalem has to be on your list of places to visit if you are looking for the best pilgrimage tours.

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Top 10 Must See and Do in Israel

Israel might be a small country in size, but it is certainly packed with many places and things to see. This is accredited to its rich history and diverse landscape. It is just a sampling of some of the top places and things to get you started on your journey in Israel.

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre

In the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem stands a church of incredible religious significance to Roman Catholic, Coptic, Greek Orthodox, Syrian Orthodox and Armenian Christians. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is perched on the Golgotha hill, its modest size and unassuming exterior belying what lies within its walls.

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Jewish Tour Packages

Western Wall, Jerusalem

In Jerusalem, the Western Wall sits within the Old City. A temple was built at the top of the hill, known now as the Temple Mount or Mount Moriah, which was first guarded by the wall itself. The wall was first built thousands of years ago under the reign of Herod the Great. As many centuries pass, the wall has stood the test of time and only a small part of it stands today, known by the names of the Western Wall, the Wailing Wall or traditionally ‘The Kotel’.

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