An authentic experience to discover your roots and how special they are
I made Aliya to Israel as a Kibbutz Member, served in the I. D. F Givati (Marines) combat unit. Studied Dramaturgie and Israel Studies at the Haifa University. After many years on duty for the Foreign Ministry, presently I am Lecturing and guiding about my real passions, Judaism and Israel.
We start our day with a visit to the Great Synagoge, we proceed to a magnificent Overview of Jerusalem and the Judea desert from Mount Scopus, near the Hebrew University Campus where we toaste a lechaim. Drive to the Old City, jewish quarter along the cardo, western wall. Visit the Tomb of King David on Mount Zion. After a delicious local lunch we continue to the new city to the 5 meter high Menorah and the Knesset. We end our journey with Yad Vashem the Holocaust Museum.
My passion for jerusalem is your Journey, look forward,
Great Synagogue of Jerusalem
Old city Jerusalem
King David's tomb
Yad Vashem (guiding restrictions and closed on Saturday)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up at the place convenient to you in Jerusalem.
End location: Drop off in Jerusalem at the place convenient to you.
Duration: 6 hours
Car with air conditioning and mint condition for travel.
My services as a professional, humoristic and knowledgeable tour guide.
Modern air conditioned vehicle
Sometimes the use of scenes, graphics, and costumes in order to bring history alive.
Look forward to see you!
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Shekels - Cozy restaurant and souvenirs if you wish
Around 80 Shekels for a cozy restaurant a la carte where you can pay by cash and credit cards but some do also accept slaves, camels, wheat, oil, bronze ingots, and gun powder.
At the souk you will get quickly familiar with bargaining for a few dollars you're able to feed all you're family and friends with souvenirs from the Holy Land (made in China, keep that between us please)
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Michel was terrific! Knowledgeable, friendly, funny and easy to be with for the day. All the sites he took us to were important places to visit in Jerusalem. The only one that I would have left out was the New Great Synagogue.