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Jerusalem is the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity and one of Islam's four holy cities. Deeply significant for nearly every visitor, Jerusalem is the major focus of any visit to Israel and its residents claim their city never fully reveals itself and that its mystery is a constant source of fascination.
A splendid city to explore on foot, wandering through the streets of Jerusalem is like delving into an intricate maze. The Old City with its holy sites, ancient structures and winding pathways invites travelers to journey back in time to experience the spirituality permeating every structure. But Jerusalem is also a beautiful, modern city with superb hotels and splendid public buildings. The distinctive honey-colored stones that sheath every structure glow with extraordinary intensity at sunset, creating the legendary City of Gold. Set high on a series of craggy hilltops, the approach to Jerusalem is always a thrilling experience regardless of how often the journey is repeated. Invariably crisp and cool even during Israel's long summers – Israel’s capital has a climate that sets it apart offering an extra measure of welcome to anyone wanting to escape the humidity and high temperatures of Israel’s coastal areas. Every tour of Jerusalem brings unforgettable encounters whether it’s a visit to the fabled King David Hotel, Yad V’Shem, commemorating the 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust, or the superb Israel Museum, where the Shrine of the Book housing the Dead Sea Scrolls is located. In the heart of the new city, modern Jerusalem hotels and bustling pedestrian malls welcome visitors from every point of the compass. Stop by at the open markets, especially Mahane Yehuda, and view the ethnic and culinary diversity that is so typical of the capital city. In Jerusalem the variety is endless. You just need time!