Best Jerusalem Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Things to Do for Honeymoon in Jerusalem

Best Jerusalem Honeymoon Activities

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  • SRBARRAL
    State of Sao Paulo1,324 contributions
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    What to say of this place? you have to come and to visit and fell the air.
    Its so good to walk on the alleys.
    First time here and i want to be back to Jerusalem.
    “the hole land”.
    Written April 30, 2024
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  • Shot star v
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico3 contributions
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    Judith Sinclair-Cohen — amazing tour guide — highly recommend booking with her!!

    Very good at connecting what your interested in to what’s available at the museum

    054-5754834
    Written January 25, 2024
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  • SRBARRAL
    State of Sao Paulo1,324 contributions
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    As a devout believer in Jesus, my visit to Montes das Oliveiras was an incredibly profound and spiritual experience. However, even for those who may not share the same religious beliefs, this destination offers breathtaking views that are sure to leave you in awe. Prepare to be captivated by the natural beauty and the historical significance that Montes das Oliveiras has to offer.

    Upon arriving at Montes das Oliveiras, I was immediately struck by the serene atmosphere that permeates the area. The peacefulness and tranquility create the perfect ambiance for prayer, meditation, and reflection. For believers, this is a place where you can connect with your faith on a deep level and feel the power and presence of Jesus. The atmosphere is imbued with a sense of reverence and spirituality, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking a sacred experience.

    Apart from its religious significance, Montes das Oliveiras boasts breathtaking views that are nothing short of spectacular. As I stood atop the hill, I was greeted with a panoramic vista that stretched as far as the eye could see. The rolling landscape, covered in lush green olive trees, seemed to extend endlessly, painting a picturesque scene. The gentle breeze, the warm sunlight, and the symphony of chirping birds added to the enchanting ambiance of the place. I could easily spend hours simply admiring the beauty that surrounded me.

    One particular highlight of my visit was witnessing the Apocalypse Gates. These ancient gates hold immense historical and biblical importance. Standing before them, I couldn't help but marvel at the stories and events that unfolded within their vicinity. It was a humbling experience, reminding me of the rich history and the profound impact this region has had on countless individuals throughout the ages. Whether you are a history enthusiast or simply appreciate the grandeur of ancient architecture, the Apocalypse Gates are sure to leave a lasting impression.

    In addition to its spiritual and scenic allure, Montes das Oliveiras offers easy access to other significant landmarks in the region. Visitors can explore nearby attractions such as the Church of All Nations and the Garden of Gethsemane, which hold deep religious significance and provide further insight into the history of the area.

    Overall, Montes das Oliveiras is a destination that transcends religious boundaries. Whether you visit to deepen your faith or simply to soak in the stunning views, this place will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression. The combination of its spiritual aura, breathtaking vistas, and historical importance makes it a must-visit location for anyone traveling to Israel. Prepare to be moved, inspired, and mesmerized by the wonders of Montes das Oliveiras.
    Written July 8, 2023
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  • catalin s
    Craiova, Romania266 contributions
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    Nice, vibrant market in central Jerusalem. Despite being a touristic spot, it is still a primary destinations for locals. Due to the current situation, probably less crowded than usual, which makes the experience even better.
    Fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, sweets, pastries, pretty much everything you expect to have in a market. Also, a few small restaurants and pubs.
    Written June 5, 2024
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  • The Wolf of Boca
    107 contributions
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    A must experience when you are in town, literally a 2 minute walk from the dung gate near the Kotel. Walk out of the Dung gate turn left, then turn right and it’s right there, they tell you and show you the story of the ancient city of David, where King David held court, right next to the holy Jewish temple, they walk you through the history of Jerusalem and then you walk through the ancient water tunnels it’s around a half mile trek in complete darkness to bring a flashlight, head lamp, or buy a flashlight for 6 shekels before you go into the tunnel, only cash or coins no credit card machines down there, the water is cold but only goes up to your shins, make sure you take the under ground drainage system back up to the top of the hill rather than the shuttle.
    Written August 3, 2023
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  • deborah d
    Teaneck, NJ2 contributions
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    Fun to window shop and people watch. Lots of great food options and cafes to sit at. Accessible by various types of transportations
    Written October 4, 2023
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  • rickyr0cket
    Istanbul, Türkiye11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    In regards to the money changes at the gates of Jerusalem, (Foreign Currency Exchange), or the Mamilla Mall, , which is at the gates of Jerusalem, of course, the money changes there are sneaky. They are supposed to be, as they say beware of the money changes at the gates of Jerusalem . Read your Bible that’s part of the adventure. They still do thousands of years and I’ve had lots of practice.
    Written March 31, 2024
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  • Carol H
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I purchased some earrings at Zak's. The earrings were unique and reasonably priced - a wonderful reminder of our time here in Jerusalem! A friend had recommended this shop, and we were not disappointed. We enjoyed chatting with Zak - he was very personable and honest.
    Written April 15, 2024
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  • jonathangoff
    Jerusalem, Israel45 contributions
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    The 360 degree, panoramic views from the tower are amazing and so unique. No other views like it! Great for friends or family. If you go down one flight of stair from the elevator, you can look at the cool bells in the tower!
    Written October 9, 2019
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  • george7912
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates141 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Cool bar.
    We found this online and didnt have a reservation. After searching for it on google maps (and asking the coffee shop), we managed to get a table as it was early evening.
    The cocktail list itself is great but limited - i asked for a cocktail based on a few ingredients and the waiters were able to make me a lovely cocktail.
    Great date night place or with friends. Its small and cosy.
    Written December 5, 2022
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  • Sheri N
    Buenos Aires, Argentina4 contributions
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    Amit Musaei is a professional guide, and a survivor of the NOVA massacre on Oct. 7. In a very genuine, personal and factual way, he is able to unfold the scene as it happened. In addition, he has woven in historical facts regarding the region, the demographics and the development of the current situation that has been ongoing for so many years. He will take you through the important sites and timeline of those horrific hours so that you can bear witness to what happened, in a most personal way.
    Written May 19, 2024
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  • Gad A
    Paris, France11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great guide was assigned. Lot’s of great suggestions. Many off stories. Good sense of humor. patience and overall a great time together
    Written September 1, 2023
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  • hotelwise16
    Oakville, Canada166 contributions
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    Sometimes the true mark of excellence becomes obvious when things don’t work the way you hoped. We were booked on two day tours from our cruise ship that had to be canceled because of the current hostilities in Israel. I really didn’t expect Leo to be in a position to process refunds given the situation but was very surprised to see the refund come through. Wishing peace and safety to Leo and all his team.
    Written October 26, 2023
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  • Shenyell M
    2 contributions
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    The trip to Rome was amazing and American Israel Tours provided us the opportunity to visit explore the monumental city and learn Rome’s eternal history. Thank you for an incredible experience and trip.
    Written January 11, 2024
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  • git c
    2 contributions
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    We had the great good fortune to be introduced to Jeremy Collins by our cousins who toured Israel with him in the Spring of 2023. We contacted Jeremy in the Summer of 2023 to plan our trip in the first half of April 2024.

    Jeremy is a very popular guide for individuals, small groups and large. It is best to book his services well in advance. He guides the average person as well as some world-famous institutions, University groups and VIPs. To that end, we booked his availability almost 9 months in advance.

    We made 3 requests of Jeremy initially. One of the two of us is legally blind but defiantly mobile, often to the discomfort of the environment. The other is reluctant to drive rented cars in a new country, and we were planning to see a lot more of Israel outside of Jerusalem so asked that he kindly condense as much as possible within a 2–3-day window for Jerusalem in a way that addressed the needs of the history buff as well as the mobility-challenged.

    After understanding our mobility constraints and the breadth and scope of how much of Israel we wanted to see in 2 weeks, Jeremy suggested various hotels across Israel and itineraries and made excellent recommendations for hotels and events and helped us navigate reservations and bookings.The depth and variety of his suggestions complimented our own wish lists.

    The events of October 7th, 2023 in the weeks that followed injected uncertainty into our ability to travel. Airlines stopped services, government-imposed restrictions and local hotels started accommodating the internally displaced while adjusting the services they would be able to provide tourists. Several areas in Northern Israel that we’d wanted to visit became inaccessible on an unpredictable basis.

    As later actual experience would show, his guidance and management of our entire 2 week pan-Israel stay overcame mobility restrictions, food preferences, religious holidays, wartime constraints, hotel availabilities, language barriers and transportation bottlenecks unique to Israel’s highway system seamlessly. Jeremy was always mindful of the political and social environment and temperament and he kept us well informed, comfortable and safe. We delegated a lot of the decision making to Jeremy and it was one of the best decisions we made.

    As the wartime situation clarified what was possible and what had to be ruled out a few weeks before arrival, Jeremy rearranged alternate hotel reservations and arranged 2 guides for specific geographies we wished to see.

    We spent more days in Jerusalem enabling a deeper understanding of each neighborhood, the markets, each religious site and many unique restaurants that don’t normally make the cut for tourists.

    As well as several days walking Jerusalem. Jeremy took us to the Dead Sea, to Masada, to Mitzpe Rimon, the Rothschild Gardens, Ben Gurion's home in the Desert, Magdala and more.

    One of the two guides Jeremy set us up with covered Northern Israel from Tiberius with day trips to Caesaria, Haifa, Nazareth, the B'hai gardens a kibbutz and a crusader castle overlooking the agricultural heart of Jordan that is fed water from Israel. We were taken to important churches in the area with a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. We learned how the water system works and we were taken to the border with Jordan. We visited a kibbutz for lunch one day, and lunch in an amazing restaurant in the Druze community on day two.

    Our guide in Tel Aviv and Jaffa took us on 2 full days of walking tours of both. She showed us the Tel Aviv of the insider with curio shops and smoothie bars and graffiti art museums and much more. We learned of the founding of both cities and how the borders between them have grown closer and closer finally merging.

    Jeremy stayed in touch with each guide during our time with them to make sure we were not facing any issues, but most respectfully delegated all guiding tasks to those two experts. His choice of supporting colleagues is another reflection on Jeremy's professional excellence as everyone's knowledge of the history and past and present context of the sites we visited was detailed and comprehensive.

    Jeremy has encyclopedic knowledge, and he brings to his craft a very important skill: The ability to deftly and diplomatically bridge the complex history and modern geo-politics of Israel without bias.

    We felt we were seeing Israel not as a tourist would in a canned prepackaged arrangement, but rather as a dynamic family partaking in the local delights.

    This visit will wind up in our personal history books as one of the best ever thanks to his effort on our behalf.

    Going to Israel was our conscious choice. Our visit to Israel was immeasurably enhanced by the choices Jeremy made for us.

    We therefore strongly, enthusiastically and without reservation recommend recruiting Jeremy in any capacity he suggests would best suit your circumstances.
    Written April 23, 2024
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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