Millions of visitors take up the opportunity of Jerusalem travel in order to visit the many significant religious sites, as many others decide to travel Jerusalem to enjoy the varied tourist attractions of this unique historical city. Jerusalem travel accommodation includes some of the finest hotels in the world including the prestigious Mamilla Hotel which features on the Sunday Times Travel magazine’s top 100 list, as well as being one of Conde Nast Traveler’s ‘Hot List 2010’. If luxury is high up on your Jerusalem travel wish list then the Mamilla Hotel is sure to suit your expectations.
As part of any Jerusalem travel experience visitors are recommended to take a tour of the main spiritual and historical places of interest. The Chain of Generations Center and the City of David visitors’ centre will certainly be included as part of a Jewish Jerusalem travel itinerary. The Dome of the Rock and El Aqsa Mosque – Israel’s earliest mosque – as well as the Muslim Quarter will be important visitor attractions to Muslims and no Christian Jerusalem travel tour will leave out the Church of the Holy Sepulcher or Christ Church as well as famous attractions such as the Mount of Olives.
In order to travel Jerusalem and gain a real flavor of Jerusalem culture visitors must allow time for a wander around Jerusalem market – memories of the sights, vibrant colors and aromas of this part of Jerusalem travel will remain for a long time after returning home. Makhane Yehuda market is also well worth a visit in order to practice the art of haggling and bring back a souvenir. If shopping is a priority on a Jerusalem travel break then visitors should head for Jerusalem Mall – the largest shopping centre in Jerusalem, with its many designer stores and food court.
Visitors can also organize Jerusalem travel to coincide with the various events and festivals which take part in the city each year. In February the city hosts an international book fair, in June there is an international jazz festival at the Tower of David, and December is also a popular time for Jerusalem travel, since many visitors flock to the Jewish Film Festival.
In order to travel Jerusalem with children in mind, it’s good to know that the city features many family friendly attractions including the Biblical Zoo, where children can take part in biblical-themed arts and crafts workshops. The Bloomfield Science Museum with its, ‘hands-on’ interactive exhibits is another ‘must see’ attraction. Independence Park is a perfect place for a picnic whilst enjoying Jerusalem travel and the kids will love Sacher Park with its comprehensive children’s amenities.
Deciding to travel Jerusalem will mean you are spoilt for choice regarding things to do – the friendly staff at the Mamilla Hotel is always on hand to help narrow down your sightseeing choices – meaning you can make the most of your precious Jerusalem travel time.