Tour Type: Private Daily Tour
Duration: One-day
Departure days: Every Day
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Russian, German

Tour Overview

Take in the view of Jerusalem from Armon HaNetziv lookout point (Haas Promenade) and see the spectacular view looking south towards the Judean Hills, Judean Desert, and Bethlehem. Then take a drive through Jerusalem’s main streets, past the most fascinating and important buildings in the city such as the Knesset (Parliament Building), the Supreme Court building, the R...

Highlights - Jerusalem’s New City Private Tour

Private guide at your service the entire day.
Transportation in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle
Option to discuss the tour with your guide and adjust your itinerary to suit your interests.
In-depth tour of the top attractions in Jerusalem’s new city

Availability

M T W T F S S
English
French
Spanish
Russian
German

Pickup Places and Prices

From Tel Aviv
Up to 3 persons: $699
Up to 6 persons: $766
Up to 10 persons: $859
From Jerusalem
Up to 3 persons: $699
Up to 6 persons: $766
Up to 10 persons: $859
From Herzliya
Up to 3 persons: $699
Up to 6 persons: $766
Up to 10 persons: $859
From Netanya
Up to 3 persons: $792
Up to 6 persons: $859
Up to 10 persons: $952

What To Expect - Jerusalem’s New City Private Tour

This private tour of Jerusalem’s new city starts with a panoramic view across the city from Armon HaNetziv lookout point (Haas Promenade) in the East Talpiot neighborhood. In the distance, you can see the Judean Hills and Judean Desert to the south. The tour takes you into Jerusalem’s new city, through the most interesting neighborhoods.

On route see important landmarks such as the Knesset (Parliament Building) and the Supreme Court building. Drive through the up-market Rehavia neighborhood, and past the Ottoman-era First Station, now a converted shopping and dining complex. See the luxury King David Hotel, and get a glimpse of quaint neighborhoods in Jerusalem’s new city that tourists don’t usually see. Next, visit the Great Synagogue, which can accommodate up to 1,400 worshipers and holds a comprehensive collection of mezuzah cases.

The tour continues to Jerusalem’s Me’a She’arim neighborhood where ultra-orthodox residents still live by fundamental religious laws. The next stop is Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda market where open-air stalls sell fresh produce, baked goods, meat, fish, and household items. The market eateries are known for their delicious cuisine and you can opt to stop here for lunch or a tasting menu.

Visit the Israel Museum, the country’s largest cultural institution, and a world leader in art and archaeology. On the museum campus is the Shrine of the Book that holds the Dead Sea Scrolls that date back to c.408BC, and are the oldest copy of the First Testament in existence. The complex has a scale replica of Jerusalem as it would have looked during the Second Temple Period.

The final stop on this private tour is the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum. Here you can see authentic artifacts, video testimonials from Holocaust survivors, historic photographs, and documents all presented in state-of-the-art exhibits.

Additional Options in the Area:

1. Ammunition Hill

2. Bible Lands Museum

3. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum

4. Tomb of King David on Mount Zion 

5. Mishkenot Sha’ananim, the first Jewish neighborhood built outside the Old City walls

6. Tasting tour of Machane Yehuda Market

7. Knesset, the Knesset Menorah, and the Rose Garden

8. Supreme Court

9. Biblical Zoo

10. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art

11. Ein Kerem

12. Mount Herzl

13. Israeli National Military Cemetery

Additional Information - Jerusalem’s New City Private Tour

The tour includes:

  • Pick-up and drop-off services at your hotel or private address
  • A fully qualified and licensed private tour guide
  • Transport by a new air-conditioned private car

The tour does not include:

  • Entrance fees
  • Parking and toll roads
  • Food and drinks

Notes:

  • This itinerary is only a proposal; we can customize this private tour according to your wish
  • On Saturday and holidays, an extra charge of $135 applies
  • Modest dress is obligatory for visits to holy sites; covered knees and shoulders
  • Recommended comfortable walking shoes and water
  • Booking is subject to terms and conditions

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation fee of 4% charged for notification up to 3 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 25% charged for notification up to 2 days in advance.
  • Cancellation fee of 100% charged for notification less than 1 days.
  • Non Show - 100% Cancellation fees

FAQ

Our private tours are the most exclusive way to travel in Israel. You get a private car and a tour guide that will customize the tour to your interest and your schedule.

The price includes a private car and attached tour guide which will pick you up from wherever you are staying (hotel or apartment) and return you to the same location. The trip is limited to 10 hours ($40 for every extra hour). Find full information under the "Additional Information" area of each tour.

The price of a Private Tour does not include entrance fees, food and drinks, parking or toll roads. Find full information under the "Additional Information" area of each tour.

Yes, the mentioned itinerary is only a proposal; we can customize this private tour according to your wish. Please note that if, due to the changes, the trip’s length increases to over 10 hours, you will be required to pay $40 for every extra hour.

Nearly all languages. However, it is advisable to book in advance tours in languages that aren’t English, Spanish, Russian, German or French. Plus, in certain instances, a tour guide in a language not mentioned above may incur an additional fee ($30-100 – depending on the language and the tour).

You don’t have to, but it is appreciated by the tour guide as a sign of your satisfaction for the services he has provided. 

As this is tailor-made for you only, we can pick you up from any point in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv district, Netanya and Herzliya.

Sorry but no :(

Sure, just ask the guide.

We, at Bein Harim Tourism, understand that plans can change, so you can change dates, cancel, or change your pick up point at any time. Please make note that cancellation fees will be charged subject to cancellation policy as indicated on the tour page and confirmation email.

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