Jerusalem is a city with over 3000 years of history that embedded in its stones and pavements. It's special charm stems from being the cradle of the biggest religions in the world and therefore sacred to millions.
Places in Jerusalem:
The Supreme Court
With the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, the Supreme Court
was housed in Jerusalem’s Russian compound in an old rented building.
The new court was completed in 1999, the structure is very interesting
because it takes advantage of the natural light in Israel and uses it
instead of the artificial lighting.
Tours hours may change, to verify times: 02-6759612/3
The Western Wall
The Western Wall is part of supporting wall built by King Herod around
the Temple in 20 B.C. the wall is the holiest place for the Jewish people
being the only relic left from the Temple. The site is well lit and
guarded 24 hours and may be reached from the Jewish quarter.
Opened 24 hours a day.
The Biblical Zoo
The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo stretches across an area of 250 dunams surrounded by green hills. The zoological collection concentrate on two main themes: The animals that are mentioned in the Bible and the endangered species from around the world.
The museum was established in 1953 by an act of the Israeli Knesset. Yad Vashem as been documenting the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust, preserving the story of each the 6 million victims. Guided tours available. Closed on Saturdays and Jewish Holidays.
Israel's Miniature Park is the most exciting attraction. Visitors from around the world will experience the holy land’s historical, culture and religious diversity, beautifully featured by the park's 330 exact replica models. 30 minutes by car from the hotel.
Come and enjoy the unique Garden Tomb near the Damascus Gate. It is believed by many to be the location of the garden of Joseph of Arimathea, outside the city walls, and the tomb where Jesus Christ was laid after His crucifixion; and rose from death.
Was the first Protestant church to be established in the Middle East. Situated just inside the Jaffa gate of the Old City of Jerusalem, it was consecrated in 1849 and is now home to several congregations.