Jewish identity with Private Guide, from Tel Aviv
Learn about Judaism Heritage where it all began.
Meet group and return in Tel Aviv.
We will visit Jerusalem and find Jewish sites for 3000 years. It will be a spiritual journey about the unbroken chain of Jewish tradition.
We will visit the following places: the City of David, the Davidson Center, the Western Wall, and the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem.
Pick up in Tel Aviv.
We will drive to Jerusalem; visit the City of David, when Jerusalem became to be the capitol city of Israel, 3000 years ago. We will visit the Davidson Center (the Archaeological Park), to see Jerusalem and the Second Temple House of King Herod, that were built at the same place of the Temple of King Solomon. We will visit the Western Wall, the only remaining of the Temple.
In the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem, we will visit the Herodian Quarter, to see how priests lived 2000 years ago. The Burnt House tells a story of a Jewish family during the rebel against the Roman. We will visit the Broad Wall, that were built as the border of Jerusalem 2700 years ago.
At the end of the day, we will drive back to Tel Aviv.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
This tour goes Sunday to Thursday.
The car is long Toyota Landcruiser, year 2018, with air-condition.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
220 Israeli Shekels - 100 Israeli Shekels - A little bit for lunch during the tour.
120 Israeli Shekels for entrances fee.
I am a driver guide. My car can fit up to 4 passengers and 2 kids comfortably (with A/C and Wi-Fi). For larger groups, I will rent bigger car.
I can guide inside all attractions, museums and monuments.
I guide in English.
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We could not have been on a tour of Jerusalem with anyone that had more knowledge than Avraham. He knew his way around and had a book that helped explained to explain what we viewed, it showed what they thought the area looked like prior to it being buried. It also helped Avraham make it possible for us to vision what we were looking at. I could not have been more impressed with his knowledge of the area or the amount of time he spent explaining things and answer questions. What an enjoyable day it was.