With a range of magnificent nature numerous beaches, and history, Israel provides a variety of sites to citizens and its visitors. It is among the most gorgeous cities in the world and has a fantastic combination of history and modernity. Jerusalem is a city that retains archeological relics, numerous landmarks, unique culture, and cuisines.
Have a look at the top 4 locations in Jerusalem to collect memories for life:
1. While booking the best excursions of Israel, it is suggested to organize a visit to the Muslim Quarters. It's one of the most lively and bustling districts in Jerusalem. This location offers several amazing remnants of Mameluke style such as Khan al-Sultan (Bab Silsila Street). This remnant was built in the 14th century.
By scaling the roof here at Khan al-Sultan, you can find the most amazing views of the lanes. Other must-see destinations are St. Anne's Church and the Pool of Bethesda.
2. The next must-visit destination in Jerusalem is Old City Walls. You will truly feel the impeccable beauty of Jerusalem itself when you visit this region. According to locals, the Old City Walls are here in the Ottoman Period and you will find nine wonderful gates in the junctions. The Damascus Gate, Lions Gate or St. Stephen Gate, Zion Gate, Jaffa Gate, and Dung Gate would be the most popular ones.
Each gate has some specifications. For instance, Lions or St. Stephen Gate leads to the famous Mount of Olives. Similarly, Jaffa Gate is the passageway for the Christian Quarter while Zion Gate offers direct access into the Jewish Quarter.
3. Kidron Valley is the point to capture some eye-pleasing perspectives into your own camera. This valley is situated between Mount Zion and Mount of Olives. Kidron Valley is one of the oldest regions of Jerusalem and it is thought that the previous judgment of God will take place in this Valley where sinners will be punished and the guardian angels will protect righteously.
This place is an archaeological site, which is called David's City. Here at Kidron Valley, you can go down and walk into Warren Shaft tunnels and the Hezekiah.
4. East Jerusalem is among the most gorgeous areas of the city. There are lots of sites where you upgrade and can visit your historical knowledge. The Nablus Road was here since the Byzantine or Roman period. People who want to explore historical elements can jump over to the museum on the Seam' and Rockefeller Archaeological Museum'.
These museums are exceptional in their own ways. With the help of the world wide web, since exploring East Jerusalem in one day is impossible you can even look for the places to stay here.