The story of Jaffa Street is the story of Jerusalem itself. Our walking tour will take you on a journey through time, allowing you to experience the development of a city that has seen civilization come and go for thousands of years. From the old-world charm of the Ottoman Empire to the modern hustle and bustle of the 21st century, you'll witness the changes that have transformed this part of the world into a global hub of culture and commerce. Come join us, and experience the magic of Jaffa Street!
Lifta is a unique historical destination, showcasing the region's rich cultural heritage. Here, you'll experience its uniquely preserved architecture and witness the breathtaking viewpoint of Northern Jerusalem in the distance. As we walk through the ruins of this once-flourishing village, we'll discuss its history from a Palestinian perspective and examine how its decline impacted the region. I look forward to sharing insider stories and in-depth knowledge with you on this unforgettable tour.
String Bridge has long been one of my favorite landmarks in the city. As a tour guide, I have had countless opportunities to share my love for this iconic fixture with visitors from all over the world. Did you know that the bridge was designed to be completely pedestrian-friendly? It's true! No cars are allowed on the bridge, which gives walkers, runners, and cyclists the ability to take their time and soak in the beautiful views. Along the way, don't forget to look for some of the unique features that make String Bridge truly one of a kind.
Bridge of Strings
Discover the Hidden Gems of Jerusalem
The Etz Chayim neighborhood is a hidden gem in the heart of Jerusalem. As a tour guide, I love showing visitors this quaint and authentic area, known for its narrow cobblestone streets and charming old stone houses. The neighborhood is a vibrant mix of old and new, with historic synagogues and trendy cafes and restaurants. It truly captures the essence of Jerusalem’s diverse culture and rich history.
Etz Chayim Neighborhood
Jerusalem’s Zion Square is a bustling and vibrant area that has served as a backdrop to some of the city’s most significant events. It is a place where people come together to celebrate weddings, dance at concerts, and protest social issues. The square’s location in the heart of the city makes it a natural hub for people of all backgrounds and faiths. When planning your trip to Jerusalem, make sure to visit Zion Square to get a real sense of the city’s pulse.
Welcome to my page! I am a professional tour guide with a passion for sharing knowledge about Jerusalem's rich history and culture. One of my favorite places to take visitors is The Room of the Last Supper. Located in Jerusalem's Old City, this room was the site of the Last Supper, where Jesus and his disciples gathered for their final meal before his crucifixion and resurrection. The room is beautifully preserved and contains intricate artwork that depicts the scene of the Last Supper. I love sharing the historical and spiritual significance of this room with visitors from all over the world.
Room of the Last Supper
The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, is the most visited site in Jerusalem. It is a remnant from the Second Temple period and is considered one of the holiest places in Judaism. It has immense historical and cultural significance for Jews around the world, and it has drawn visitors from all over the world for centuries. As your tour guide, I will give you a deeper understanding of the cultural and religious importance of this magnificent structure.
The Western Wall
The Old City of Jerusalem is one of the most significant historical and cultural areas in the world. It’s home to sites that are holy to Jews, Christians, and Muslims, who have been living and praying here for centuries. The Old City is a rich tapestry of streets, markets, religious sites, and archaeological discoveries, with some areas dating back as far as the second millennium BCE. There is no shortage of experiences to have in the Old City, and you can easily get lost in its vibrant streets while exploring the fascinating, multicultural history of this ancient city.
The Old City
The Tomb of King David is a must-see experience that you will not soon forget. Visitors can expect to be emotionally moved by the energy and historical significance of the site, as they learn more about one of Jerusalem's most revered kings. Contact me today to schedule your visit and get ready to experience this incredible site firsthand.
Tomb of King David
Discover more adventures
• Shaarei Yerushalyim neighborhood, formerly the most western neighborhood in Jerusalem
• The Machane Yehuda market otherwise known as the Shuk
• The old Ottoman hospital, which today is the Municipal Ministry of Health of Jerusalem
• The Zoharei Hama (זהרי חמה) synagogue founded in the early 20th century
• Davidka and then the town center of Jerusalem - the intersection of Jaffa and King George Street
• The Russian Compound (a group of buildings owned by the state of Russia)
• Jerusalem City Hall
• Open-air Mamila Mall
• Jaffa Gate - one of the most popular entrances of the Old City
• Church of the Holy Sepelchur
• Lookout from the roof of King David's Tomb, next to the President's Room, onto the Mount of Olives and the Temple Mount
• The Cardo - the main Roman road of Jerusalem
• The new Central Bus Station near historical buildings founded by Arab entrepeneurs in the early 20th century
• Shaarei Tzedek (Hebrew for Gates of Justice) Hospital