A visit to Jerusalem, the holy city of the three monotheistic religions will remain unforgettable. The hopeful future of this city touches the hearts of people and invites you to pray: “My feet are standing within your gates, O Jerusalem!”
There is no other city in the world that creates such a variety of intense emotions like Jerusalem. Jews, Christians and Muslims link the name of the holy city with the hope to redeem earthly shortcomings and the longing for peace.
So, it is hardly surprising that Jerusalem is the only city in the world that exists both in heaven and on earth. Archaeological sites connect the people of modern Israel with their ancestors of different eras. In addition to the fascinating ancient history, the capital of Israel offers amazing modern attractions for the lovers of art and culture, music, architecture and gastronomic delights.
For thousands of years pilgrims have flocked to Jerusalem to visit the holy sites of their faith: The site of Jesus's crucifixion and resurrection Golgotha and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Western Wall of the Temple Mount as well as the Dome of the Rock and the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Haram al-Sharif.
All sites are located within the Old City which is divided into the Jewish, Armenian, Christian and Muslim quarters.