A city with thousands of years of history, happenings and important religious backgrounds of the Christian Community, Jerusalem is a globally noted tourist destination especially for the billions of Christians all over the world. Jerusalem City has two parts: The Old Jerusalem and the New Jerusalem. The New Jerusalem glares with modern culture and advanced infrastructure that make movement easy in the city. The Old Jerusalem is the opposite because its ancient outlook has been retained such that you can clearly see for yourself that there are two different cities in Jerusalem.
At Jerusalem’s heart is the Old City, which is surrounded by a wall and divided into four quarters - Jewish, Armenian, Christian, and Muslim. Inside the walls are the important holy sites of the three major religions: the Western Wall, which is holy to the Jews, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount.
The Western Wall plaza is visited by millions of worshipers. Here, at the base of the massive wall that is a remnant of the Holy Temple, prayers are offered and notes containing heartfelt wishes are wedged between the crevices. Surrounding the Western Wall are other important Jewish sites - the Western Wall Tunnels, the unique Davidson Centre, the Jewish quarter with its magnificent Cardo and David’s Citadel, towering proudly in its beauty. South of the Old City is the City of David, from which the ancient Can’anite and Israelite Jerusalem grew. This is a fascinating site with amazing findings that provide an unforgettable experience.