|We can start at the beautiful Mt. of Olives, where we can see the best panoramic view of the old city.
From here we can drive down to the City of David.
The tour of the City of David begins with a breathtaking observation point overlooking Biblical Jerusalem which sends visitors 3,000 years back. The journey quickly heads underground to some of the newest archaeological excavations at the site. (Visitors seeking adventure can bring flashlights and wade through the spring in King Hezekiah’s 2,700 year old water tunnel).
From this place we will go up to Mt. Zion for visit the tomb of King David.
Then we go through the Zion gate in to the Jewish quarter to the Cardo and to “The Burnt House” the remains of a house burnt during the destruction of the Second Temple.
From here we will continue to the Western Wall Tunnels, These excavations revealed the entire length of the Western Wall – 488 meters in all its glory.
Rooms and public halls were discovered, as well as a section of a Second Temple.
For dessert we will visit at a new permanent exhibit called ‘The Chain of Generations Center’ has recently been opened near the Western Wall. Each room exposes the visitor to a different period in the chain of generations of the Jewish people, beginning with the forefathers and twelve tribes and concluding with the establishment of the State of Israel.