We will then continue on to the Old City of Jerusalem and walk through the Armenian and the Jewish Quarters to the restored Cardo - the roman street.
See the Wailing Wall - the Western Wall of The Temple and continue on to the Christian Quarter.
We will walk along the Via Dolorosa – also known as the Way of Sorrows, the final path Jesus took - and visit the Church of Holy Sepulcher and the Garden Tomb.
Continue on to the new city and visit Yad Vashem - the Holocaust museum that commemorate the "Shoa" through documents, photographs, relics and a memorial showing the massacre of Jews during world war tow.
We will visit Yemin Moshe, the first neighborhood built outside the city walls, we will stroll through Mishkenot Sha'ananim and view the Montefiore Windmill - the neighborhood’s first structure built in 1858, once a functioning flour mill, it is now a museum of the mill’s founder, Sir Moshe Montefiore.
On Saturdays and Jewish holidays Yad Vashem is closed.
Modest dress (long pants and long-sleeved shirts) and head covering may be required for visiting holy sites.