Perhaps Jerusalem’s most iconic and important sight, the Western Wall, or as it’s sometimes called.
The Wailing Wall, an ancient limestone landmark constructed in around 20 BCE, is the only surviving remnant of the Second Jewish Temple which was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE. Situated in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City, the wall is considered sacred by the Jewish People, an enduring symbol of their faith and history and a major site of prayer and pilgrimage for nearly 2000 years.
From the Western Wall to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, visit the most iconic and important landmarks of Jerusalem’s fascinating Old City and learn about the area’s rich history from your expert guide, on this small-group, half-day tour.
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Unless you are travelling for a specific religious festival the best times of year to visit are April through May, and October through November, as the weather is generally warm, and the crowds relatively thin.
If you are travelling from the UK, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, EI AI Israel Airlines and Easyjet offer regular direct flights from London Heathrow, while Easjet also offer direct flights from London Luton and Manchester.
Jerusalem’s Old City, where the Western Wall is located, is home to numerous landmarks including, Temple Mound, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Tower of David and Dome of the Rock.
No for stays of up to 3 months, UK nationals travelling for tourist purposes do not require a visa to enter Israel.
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