Amazing archaeological remains from the Canaanite, King David and King Hezekiah periods
We'll explore the origins of Jerusalem and we'll learn why and how King David conquered this place from the Jebusites 3000 years ago and how it became a royal and the capital city.
A key site to understand why Jerusalem is so relevant to jews and christians.
The walking tour could be either through the dry or water channel. On the way we will see the differences between the canaanite and Hezekiah's tunnel and the remains of King David's palace.
Great walking tour to start grabbing a good knowledge and experience Jerusalem from the beginning.
Lookout where we will see Mount Moriah, Mount of Olives, Kidron valley, and the Southern wall of the city of Jerusalem.
Remains of the palace of King David
Archaeology of the royal quarter
Hezekiah's tunnel (wet) or Canaanite tunnel (dry)
We go back to the main entrance by foot or by taxi.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Jaffa Gate, Mamilla mall or at the entrance of the City of David
End Point Options: Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Jaffa Gate, Mamilla mall or at the entrance of the City of David
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
At the end we will walk back to the main entrance of the archaeological site. The tourists may choose to pay a taxi to comeback if they prefer.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Shekels - Entrance fees to the City of David about US$10 per person.
Food and drinks
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Again Adiel was fabulous in our second tour with him!!! When following Adiel through Jerusalem you can really feel and live the history behind every stone in Jerusalem. It is amazing to find someone as passionate and as kind as Adiel that knows so much about every single stone! Always smiling, he is an expert that can perfectly explain history, architecture, religion and every question you have about this amazing place. We are blessed to have known Adiel and have him as our guide and our friend!