Walking Tours in Jerusalem

Planning to visit Jerusalem? That’s great! Jerusalem is one of the most fascinating and beautiful places on Earth! Most tourists choose to visit the Old City of Jerusalem, with its historical buildings, holy sites, and busy marketplace, but if you have more time, there’s much more to see. You can read my full guide to Jerusalem on Backpack Israel or check out the walking tours below. I offer a variety of private walking tours in Jerusalem, which can all be customized to your needs.

The most popular walking tours in Jerusalem

Christian Walking Tour of Jerusalem

Follow the footsteps of Jesus in Jerusalem. We'll visit Mount of Olives, Via Dolorosa (the Way of the Cross), and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.

Walking Tour of Jerusalem Between 1948 to 1967

We'll learn the story of Jerusalem between the 1948 War and the 1967 Six-Day War. We'll talk about the Green Line, East Jerusalem, and more!

Classic Jerusalem Old City Walking Tour

Enjoy an overview of the Old City of Jerusalem. Visit the four quarters, the Western Wall, the Old City market, and the main holy sites.

More ideas for tours in Jerusalem

City of David underground system

City of David Tour

City of David is the most ancient part of Jerusalem today. On this private walking tour, we’ll venture to the place where it all began, visit what might be the Palace of King David, and explore one of the most impressive underground water systems in Israel.

Approximate duration: 2 to 3 hours. 

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Jerusalem City Center Tour

On this private walking tour, we’ll explore the modern city of Jerusalem. We’ll visit the Machane Yehuda Market, walk through one of the first Jewish neighborhoods – Nachlaot, and also learn about the Ultra Orthodox neighborhoods on the other side of the street.

Approximate duration: 3 hours.

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Ein Kerem Tour

Ein Kerem is a charming neighborhood that was once a separate village from Jerusalem. It’s connected to John the Baptist but also has some other stories to tell. You can combine Yad Vashem on a full-day tour with Ein Kerem.

Approximate duration: 2 to 3 hours.

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