Jerusalem is not only the capital of Israel (according to local law), but also the most important center of the Holy Land. This is a place of worship for Christians, followers of Judaism, Islam and several smaller religions. There was the Ark of the Covenant with stone tablets with the Ten Commandments. Also Jesus Christ was preaching the gospel and he rested in the Lord's Grave. And Mohammed entered the seven heavens.

Today, Jerusalem attracts pilgrims from all over the world who pray at the Wailing Wall, in the Al-Aqsa Mosque or at the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher. Here, origin, faith and belief do not matter. It is a city of peace and miracles. Particularly unique is East Jerusalem, part of which is the Old Town on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Pilgrimages from all over the world come here a lot.

The Old Town is surrounded by defensive walls, 4.5 km long. These walls are reinforced with 35 towers and a citadel. Seven city gates are currently open. In the Christian Quarter there are about 40 holy places of Christianity, the most important of which is the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher the heart of the district. Other churches and monasteries were built around it.

The Muslim Quarter is a densely populated maze of streets with hundreds of noisy stalls typical of the Arab Middle East. However, the most important part of this district is the Temple Mount with the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Jewish Quarter is the most neat and quiet district of the Old Town, in which there are numerous synagogues and the Wailing Wall. Whereas the Armenian District is a district of churches and monasteries isolated from the whole world.


1. Collection at the hotel reception around 21:00, transfer by bus to the border crossing Taba- Eilat, crossing the border on foot, transfer to the bus.

2. A trip to Jerusalem (about 5 hours), breakfast, a hike to the Mount of Olives from which there is a beautiful view of the city skyline.

3. Then we will move to the Old Town. We will see the Wailing Wall - the central point of the Jewish Quarter.

4. Go through the Way of the Cross leading through the Muslim and Christian districts of the city, we will reach the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher.

5. Transport to Mount Zion. On the hill is the Cenacle, where the last supper of Jesus with the apostles took place. During the crusades, the Crusaders erected in Zion a symbolic tomb of King David, who, when the Wailing Wall was under the control of the hostile Israel of Jordan, was the main goal of Jewish pilgrimages.

6. Arrival in Bethlehem, lunch, free time for shopping a great opportunity to buy souvenirs from the Holy Land. In Bethlehem we will visit the Basilica of the Nativity of Christ - one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world.

7. On the way back we will stop at the Dead Sea. Bathing and purchase of natural cosmetics containing marine minerals.

8. Transfer to the border crossing in Taba. Transfer to the hotel in Sharm El Sheikh around 00:00

price includes :

All border charges and entrance tickets + lunch.

The price does not include :


Please take :

passports, swimwear, shower gel, towel, comfortable footwear, packed lunch, water