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Christian Interest 10 Day Itinerary

Via Doloroza

Visiting the Holy Land? Don't miss all the hotspots with our suggested itinerary: visit Jerusalem's Via Dolorosa and the room of the Last Supper, check out the Sea of Galilee and all the famous sites of the New Testament, and explore ancient cultures in various archaeological sites.
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Day 1

 
Church of all Nations on the Mount of Olives
Dominus Flevit
Dome of the Rock
Western Wall Tunnels
Room of the Last Supper
Begin in Jerusalem  with the inspiring panoramic view of the Old City from the Mount of Olives. From here it is a short walk to Dominus Flevit and then a walk (or drive) to the Church of All Nations and the Garden of Gethsemane.

 

Continue to the Temple Mount, scene of Abraham’s offering of Isaac today marked by the Dome of the Rock.


Then, it’s on to the Western Wall, revered as Judaism most sacred site as the last remnant of the Second Temple. On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays you can see Bar Mitzva ceremonies at the Western Wall, the joyful occasion when a Jewish boy of 13 reads from the Torah in public for the first time.  


While at the Western Wall, arrange your schedule to join a public tour of the Western Wall Tunnels by enquiring at the Western Wall Heritage Foundation .

At the Southern Wall Excavations, you can walk on the original two thousand-year old street and climbing the ancient steps that Jesus and the disciples probably also climbed. At the Davidson Center, in the basement of an eighth-century-CE palace, look into the possibility of seeing its virtual-reconstruction, high-definition interactive model, and enjoy the high-definition film open to all visitors that depicts ancient pilgrimage to the Temple in a unique way.  


Next, visit the City of David, where Jerusalem became David’s capital some 3,000 years ago. See the Visitors Center, with its excavations of the First Temple Period, Warren's Shaft and the ancient water system built by King Hezekiah to protect the city’s water supply from the Assyrians.


Continue to Mount Zion, to visit the  Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu, where Peter denied Jesus, King David’s Tomb, the Room of the Last Supper and the Church of the Dormition - where by Catholic tradition Mary fell in to eternal sleep.

Overnight: in Jerusalem

Christian Interest 10 Day Itinerary