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Jerusalem, Israel
Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem, Israel

Jerusalem, the sacred city of the three great monotheistic religions, encompasses a large number of places, the names of which resonate in the collective memory of half of mankind.

The conflict between Jews and Palestinians is one of the harshest chapters in the history of Jerusalem, the city which both communities want as their capital.

Tourism, a significant aspect of Jerusalem's identity, is gradually rebounding as travelers are drawn to its rich history and cultural offerings. Navigating the city today reveals a blend of tradition and progress, where centuries-old architecture coexists with contemporary initiatives.
Jerusalem, Israel

While acknowledging occasional challenges, it's essential to recognize Jerusalem's enduring spirit. The city's inhabitants, embodying a unique blend of ancient heritage and modern aspirations, continue to shape Jerusalem's narrative in the global landscape. As we navigate the latest situation in Jerusalem, it's clear that the city's significance remains undiminished, inviting both locals and visitors to engage with its multifaceted story.

Christian, Jewish and Muslim

In Jerusalem, Christians have the opportunity to follow the Via Dolorosa (Way of Grief) - the path which Jesus Christ followed towards Calvary - and visit the church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Mount of Olives and the site of the Last Supper. Muslims can admire the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Jews can pray at the foot of the Wailing Wall.


Israel's Parliament is located in the modern city in the region of Sacher Park. Built after the founding of the state of Israel, the building was financed by the family of bankers, the Rothschilds.

The Old City

Situated at the foot of Temple Mount and divided into four districts (Christian, Armenian, Muslim and Jewish), the Old City is the original centre of Jerusalem. It is surrounded by a wall with eleven gates - seven open and four bricked up - built in the middle of the 16th century after the conquest of the city by the Ottomans.

(Note: It is advisable to check the latest travel information and availability of services before planning your trip to Jerusalem, Israel.)