We will spend those two days visiting as many possible places as we can. We will visit some of the most important Christian sites in Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
During this day, we will also enjoy breakfasts and lunch in local traditional restaurants. It is also possible to include during this day a special food tasting experience in Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda Market.
We will start the day with a helicopter tour above the cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
After landing, we will continue the Private tour to the city of Bethlehem – the birthplace of Christ. This will include a visit to the Nativity Church, the birthplace of Jesus, and Manger Square, the iconic City square of Bethlehem.
We will also visit the nearby Shepherds’ field Chapel, where the Angel appeared to the Shepard’s’ announcing the Birth of Jesus.
From there, we will ascend to the Famous Mount of Olives which will grant us a panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem: Explaining the History of Jerusalem as of 18th Century BC until today.
Discover The Chapel of the Ascension: where Jesus ascended to heaven.
Pater Noster: Where the Lord taught his disciples “the Lord’s Prayer”.
Dominus Flevit: Where Jesus wept and prophesized the destruction of Jerusalem.
Church of all Nations “Gethsemane”: Last night of Jesus, where he was betrayed by Judas of Kiriath.
Visit the tomb and Church of the Virgin Mary, located at the bottom of the mount.
Usually, at that part we will finish the 3rd day and go back to the hotel, resting and preparing for the next day. Note that time may differ as a result of time and your will.
Walk the Via Dolorosa (the way of the cross): Walk the 14 stations from where Jesus was condemned till Crucifixion and Resurrection (Christian and Muslim Quarter’s – Holy Sepulcher Church).
Visit the Jewish QTR and the Western Wall (the Holiest Sites for the Jews).
Walk to Mt. Zion for a visit to King David’s Tomb and to the room of the Last Supper.
St. Peter in Gallicantu Church: The high priest “Caiafa’s” house, where Jesus was imprisoned, and where Peter denied Jesus 3 times.