Tel Aviv & Jerusalem - 4 days
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Tel Aviv & Jerusalem

Duration4 days

ISRAEL SHORT BREAK: Explore UNESCO Listed Jerusalem, one of the world's oldest and most holy cities. See the iconic Wailing Wall and retrace the final steps of Jesus as you walk the Via Dolorosa before heading back to Tel Aviv - Israel's largest and liveliest city draped along the beautiful Mediterranean coast.

For a detailed itinerary and information about visas, money, weather and more download our Trip Notes

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Tour overview

Duration4 days
StartsTel Aviv
EndsTel Aviv
Tour GuideYes for included sightseeing
Group Size
Minimum age5 yrs, accompanied by an adult
DepartsAny day of the year
Hotel RatingSuperior
Arrival TransferYes
Departure TransferYes
Meals includedBreakfast: 3
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Tour Highlights

Jerusalem (West Bank) - Visit the Old City, Wailing Wall, Dome on the Rock, Cardo (Roman Road), Via Dolorosa, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, views of Jerusalem from Mount of Olives, Mt. Zion, Last Supper Room and King David’s Tomb
Tel Aviv - Explore this dynamic city on the Mediterranean coast


Breakfast daily
3 nights SUPERIOR hotels. STANDARD and SUPERIOR hotel options are also available upon request. Accommodation rating – See Trip Notes for details
Jerusalem - Guided coach tour (in conjunction with other tourists - not solely On The Go)
Services of a qualified English speaking tour guide on day 2
An airport arrival transfer on day 1 and a departure transfer on day 4
Entrance fees for all included sightseeing
All transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles (excluding Jerusalem coach tour)

Not Included

International flights and visa
Tip for your tour guide and driver. We recommend you allow USD$5-7 per day, per traveller for your guide and USD$2 per day, per traveller for your driver. Tipping your guide and driver is an entirely personal gesture