A really old city with various cultural and religious flavours. There are many lesser known but equally captivating sites like The Garden Tomb in East Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is very interesting city for Australia, because Jerusalem has many history areas to learn, very nature, many of religious interest place, very good restaurants surround Jerusalem and very good eplace for sightseeing.
Jerusalem has all interesting categories: nightlife, romance, sights, shopping..... you will find anything you search for easily.
Been to the place 3 times and will always take another opportunity to visit as time allows. Such a blessing to visit the holy land.
it's a real experience, but try to avoid the Old citya nd Jeruslaem during Jewish and Christian religious events, Friday evening and most importand whole Saturday,beautiful,expensive, but worth to be seen
The Old City is a must see, and requires several visits to truly appreciate its magnificence. The Israel Museum has a world class collection.
The Archipenko sculpture, in the garden, is a sight to behold. She is, undoubtedly, the most beautiful, Modern, woman in Jerusalem.
Pot of cultures and religions, it is a charming city full of history with a lot of street life. Very good places to eat.
Jeruzalem, a spiritual city of love and hate. People love their own religion and hate each others. Too bad, but interesting to see.
So many things, too much to mention. We spent two days at the old city, which was just great. Try praying at the Wailing Wall, try praying at the Sepulchre Church, unfortunately the Rock of the Dome only let you pray there if you are a Moslim. See the Holocaust Museum, you will come out with tears in your eyes, if you have a heart!!
The best place to travel in israel. As much as you visit jerusalem, you will find new places and atrections.
Everybody can find something interesting in Jerusalem: historical places of the Old city, eastern markets, restaurants, parks and museums.
modern Architecture matches to the style of Old city. Jerusalem is breathtaking place.
I think there is plenty to see here in 3 days and most of the historical sites are quite close together so you can just walk everywhere.
One of the places outside the old city where there is a lot to see is the Mount of Olives via the Lions Gate. This is where you will find Gethsemane, the Church of Mary Magdalene and Pater Noster which was a nice secluded place where I could take a break from the crowds. I'd recommend visiting the Temple Mount early in the day as the opening times are more difficult in the afternoon and evening and seem to shift - they were not the same times that I had read online. The Via Dolorosa is an interesting walk to do yourself and you can follow a group of pilgrims quite easily starting near the Lions Gate. Maps of the Via with accompanying text are readily available in shops for 5 shekels.
Love the city, lots of things to do and attractions to visit. I love the Israel Museum - highly recommended! Would love to go back in the summer time!
City of great variety for all religions. Walking through the old city was an amazing experience both with the buildings of great charm and history centuries old.
The old city is divided into all religions side by side with detailed history all around. Jerusalem is also reasonably close to Masada and the Dead sea. It is also the seat of the Israeli parliament and Marc Chagals windows are magnificentt
nearly all the people are very nice and helpful in this city, including tourist. It may because of the culture and religious of the people.
Jewish people all very nice and clam. Environment very good, places are clean and peaceful. Must feel it by yourself.