Had very informative and personalized experience. We’re glad we picked this tour. He is glad to answer questions and eager to give some personal time, too. Also quick to point out restroom opportunities.
Visit Jerusalem and Bethlehem on a coach tour from Tel Aviv that explores key Christian and historic sites. Combining the two destinations makes the most of your travel time from Tel Aviv, with a guide to help bring each place to life as you view Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, follow the Via Dolorosa to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and tour churches in Bethlehem’s Manger Square.
From Tel Aviv, meet a driver at your hotel or other meeting point in the city, then board a climate-controlled coach for the trip to Jerusalem. Mount of Olives, with its sweeping views across Jerusalem, is the first stop of the day. Continue past the Garden of Gethsemane and enter the Old City to see the Western Wall, also called the Wailing Wall.
Cross into the Christian Quarter on your way to the Via Dolorosa, whose 14 stations of the cross lead to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built on the site where Jesus is believed to have been crucified.
From there, stroll the Byzantine-era main street and board the coach for the short trip to Bethlehem’s Manger Square. In Bethlehem, see key places from the biblical nativity story, visiting a pair of historic churches before the return trip to Tel Aviv.
The entire tour was not well organized. It started off with us being picked up 30 minutes late from the planned meeting point. A small bus took us to another meeting point where it took another 30 minutes to find the right bus. During the...More
Dear Katharina, We’re very sorry to hear that you had an unpleasant experience on your tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem with us and that the pick-up service, the guidance, the logistics, the availability of sites and the shops didn’t match your expectations. It's not our...More
I can’t heap enough praise on these two gents! It was a long day for all but they handled it so well. The information archeologically and historically from Lorne was first class in Jerusalem. Unfortunately despite telling everyone on the tour to shout out if...More