Tucked away in a part of Jerusalem that you will never go to unless you know its there, the City of David is a fascinating, living archaeological park with ruins dating back more than 3000 years. Highlights include the incredible water tunnels - one dry and one with up to 70cms of water. I was there twice in 6 months and they had opened a whole new viewing area in that time. They are constantly uncovering new finds and opening them to the public for viewing. If you are fit, the Herodian street that leads from the bottom of the hill to inside the Old City is a tough walk, but well worth it.
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