Jerusalem, Bethlehem, & More Tour

28 Feb 2020 14:04

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The birth town of Jesus, Bethlehem is located within the Palestinian Authorities territory. This tour will provide you with the best opportunity to spend a day focused on the sacred city of Bethlehem, with all the logistics looked after, leaving you to absorb the amazing spiritual sites, whilst hearing the historical and biblical background to each site.

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You will get a chance to see the Manger Square and enter the 4th century Church of the Nativity (the oldest church in Israel) beneath which lies the Grotto of the Nativity (the location where the star indicated the birthplace of Jesus), altar dedicated to the Three Wise Men, the American Chapel of Kings or Magi, the Crusader Church and the St. Catherine Church where Jerome spent 30 years translating the Hebrew Bible into Latin (the Vulgate).

From Manger Square to the Church of the Nativity, Milk Grotto, and the Shepherds' Field, you'll cover important Biblical sites with a guide who can help unlock the history behind each destination; pickup at a central location in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv gets you on the road with no fuss.

Located in the Judean Mountains, overlooking the Judean Basin(Shphela in Hebrew) and acting as a border city between Israel and Palestine(Bordering the Palestinian cities such as Abu Dis and Ramallah(Which currently operates as the de facto capital of Palestine)).

Today, Israel is made up of diverse cultural groups - Lithuanians, Moroccans, Yemenites, Poles, Germans, Turks, Russians, Americans and Ethiopians, who constitute the Jewish community; and the Palestinians, Bedouins and Druzes, who make up the non-Jewish community.

Also, a common tactic is that when you tell a cab driver you want to go somewhere, they say "Well I want to take you here first", and then they proceed to take you on an involuntary tour of different sites and then demand an exorbitant amount of money that they don't tell you about up front.

Aviv Tatarsky of Ir Amim, a group advocating an equitable arrangement between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem, said that creating Israeli contiguity in the city and cutting the Palestinian neighborhoods off from the West Bank was the goal of Har Homa and Givat Hamatos in the first place.

Some Orange shops - because of their insistence on a requirement of having an Israeli ID - will not allow foreign tourists to sign up for the non-contract monthly subscriptions - but tourists are definitely able to purchase the pre-paid plans upon showing proof of identity such as a passport.

Though encouraging tourism, Israeli authorities would answer to criticism by irate travelers that Israel is not a usual destination, and that people who are looking for sun with no security checks should rather head to Canary Islands. Since then her clients have included "The New York Times," "Glamour," "Executive Travel," "Fodor's," "The Jerusalem Report," "ESPN—The Magazine," the "Washington Times" and "Figure" magazine.

Both lie on some of the last spaces of land linking the Palestinian areas of Bank to their hoped-for capital in East Jerusalem. Do not miss visiting this Holy Place during you visit to Israel. Beneath the church is the Grotto of the Nativity where it is believed that Jesus was born.

The visit to the Church of the Nativity and the old city markets of Bethlehem is an important highlight for many of our guests. 2. Western (Wailing) Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem is among the most important attractions of all Israel Holy Places. Jerusalem is the third-holiest city in Islam and is also home to a number of significant and ancient Christian landmarks.

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