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Rediscover Biblical Jerusalem.The story of the City of David began over 3,000 years ago,Today, the story of the City of David continues. Deep underground, the City of David is revealing some of the most exciting archeological finds of the ancient...more
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Not to be missed when in Jerusalem -absolutely breathtaking. Deep underground with many historical archeological findings to date. Loved Hezekiah's tunnel where after all these years the water still run thigh high ,even in winter -an architectural feat of note. It leads to the pool...More
including the Pool of Siloam and many different sites. There are tunnels, Hezekiah Tunnel and Cananite tunnel, If you want to get wet go the Hezekiah route. Its many many steps down, so you need a shuttle to get back to top where you started....More
The underground tours are truly remarkable; I took both the Real Old City dry tunnel tour and the Herodian water tunnel tour. And, the tour guides grasp of history on the Herodian water tunnel tour (it's also a dry tour, by the way) was stellar....More
If you really want to understand the history and archeology of Jerusalem, this is the place. Our guide was truly outstanding — from his pitch perfect English to his wealth of knowledge (really wish I remembered his name).
One tip: you can choose to walk...More
I guess every tourisy in Jerusalem makes it to the Western Wall. Which is important and inspirational - yet if you walk an extra 300 meters out of the Old City - you can actually get to the location of King David's Palace - over...More
Unbelievable site where David’s palace probably was. Truly incredible to walk these grounds. It is a nice site that you can visit if you have time in Israel. However, it isn’t a must-see. Still, it’s pretty awesome.
Had a guided tour...took the dry water system...lots to learn and lots to see...Really must have a guide to understand this place. Tunnels can be a bit tight to get though...claustrophobics not advised. Truly amazing place.