Day 1: Arrival Tel Aviv airport, transfer to Jerusalem. Transfer to Haram El-Shariff for prayer. Visit the Moslem quarter.
Dinner and overnight at your hotel in Jerusalem.

Day 2: Visit the Old City of Jerusalem for prayer at Haram Al-Sheriff.  Visit the Dome of the Rock, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Mosque of Al-Buraq. Visit all the Islamic domes and the buildings at the Al-Aqsa area (The Dome of Moses, the Dome of Al-Khader, the Dome of Al-Miaaraj, the Dome of Suleiman and the Dome of Yussef and other holy places, in addition to the gates of Mercy and Forgiveness). Continue on to the Islamic Museum. See the old books of the Holy Quran and old Islamic arms (swords and shields). In addition see the remains of Salah El-Din platform and parts of the tiles and the mosaics that was once used in the building of the Dome of the Rock, together with other Islamic artifacts that were discovered at sites throughout Jerusalem. From the Mosque proceed to visit the Wall of Al-Buraq, The Holy Sepulcher with the Tomb of Sayedna Issa and Omar Mosque.Proceed by bus to the city of Hebron to visit and pray at Al-Haram Al-Ibrahimi (Sayidna Ibrahim Al-Khalil).  At the Mosque visit the site of his wife Sara. Also visit the sites of the prophet Ishaq and his wife Rifqa, the prophet Jacob and his wife Laeqa. Proceed to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity, the birthplace of Jesus Christ (Sayidna Issa). Return to Jerusalem. On the way back view the mosque and grave of Rachel, the wife of the prophet Jacob.  Then return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Departure from Tel Aviv Airport

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Tel Aviv

Tel AvivTel Aviv, often called “the city that never sleeps,” was the first modern Jewish city built in the Holy Land, and is the country’s economic and cultural centre. It is a lively, active city that abounds with entertainment, culture and art, festivals, and a rich night life. Situated on a 14-kilometer-long strip on the Mediterranean Read more


JerusalemJerusalem is a city of overwhelming emotions, a city that promises a religious and spiritual experience, excitement and pleasure, interesting tours and entertaining adventures. Here, alongside Jerusalem’s mesmerizing historic and archaeological sites, there are amazingly modern tourist attractions for all lovers of culture, the arts, theatre and music, architecture and gastronomic delights. At Jerusalem’s heart Read more

Muslim Quarter (Jerusalem)

Muslim Quarter (Jerusalem)The Muslim Quarter is the largest and most populous of the four quarters and is situated in the northeaster corner of the Old City, extending from the Lions’ Gate in the east, along the northern wall of the Temple Mount in the south, to the Damascus Gate route in the west. Its population was 22,000 Read more

Old City of Jerusalem

Old City of JerusalemAccording to the Bible, before King David’s conquest of Jerusalem in the 11th century BCE the city was home to the Jebusites. The Bible describes the city as heavily fortified with a strong city wall. The city ruled by King David, known as Ir David, or the City of David, is now believed to be Read more

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