Mondays & Thursdays
Cost: 335 per person*
Pick-Up/Drop-Off: YMCA, Jerusalem - King David Street
Passports needed - Lunch not included
This tour requires a minimum of 3 persons.
This tour starts in Bethlehem at the Separation Barrier; the wall that separates Palestine and Israel, and includes the famous artwork of Banksy. The tour continues visiting a local refugee camp then off to Manger Square to see the Church of the Nativity. The Bethlehem tour concludes taking a walk through the old city and lunch. The tour moves on to Hebron, one of the oldest towns in Palestine, holy to Christians, Muslims and Jews. Begin with a walk through the old market or "Souk", to explore the varieties of shops and stalls within the arched roofs and mazes of alleys and settlements surrounding the area. Then head towards the Mosque of Abraham to see Al-Haram, an impressive ancient monument, and the site in which prophets and their wives were buried, as well as the synagogue. The tour of Hebron continues to the glass factory to enjoy the amazing production of blown glass products, a common industry in Hebron. Then finally the return to Bethlehem.