This tour takes you to the archiological points of interest in Jerusalem from the period of the King David and from the period of the First Temple.
We start our tour from the Mount of Olives panoramic view of the Old City and will visit the ancient Jewish cemetery. Then, we’ll explore the City of David, where Jerusalem’s history begins. We’ll walk in the Water Tunnel of Hezekiah, named after the king who ordered to keep Jerusalem’s water from the impending Assyrians siege. After a short rest, we will enter into the 2000 years old street that were used by the pilgrims arrived to Jerusalem. This street will take us to the the Southern Wall Excavations, walking on the original two thousand-year old street and climbing the ancient steps, which will take us to the Western Wall, Judaism’s most sacred site. After the lunch, we’ll pass through the Jewish Quarter to the Broad Wall that King Hezekiah built and enter the Herodian Quarter, which takes us to the last days before the Second Temple’s destruction and the fall of Jerusalem. We will finish our tour by visiting the David's Thombon the Zion Mount.