City of David Events
The City of David which situated just outside the Old City walls of Jerusalem is genuinely a jewel in the crown of the tourist map. Mixing ancient history and modern interaction it's a must-see. Book your City of David tour today and be transported back thousands of years for a unique and unforgettable memory of Jerusalem
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Not content with being one of the most magnificent tourist sites in Jerusalem, the City of David also plays host to a number of events throughout the year. In only a relatively short time, the City of David has become a major tourist attraction and it really utilizes its impressive surroundings to the fullest. There is a super-broad range of programs and events to satisfy all ages and interests including; special lighting of the walls and stones, evening lectures, music concerts, tours, and Segway excursions both during the day and nighttime.
The City of David also hosts various events around the time of Jewish festivals; such as special lighting ceremonies in celebration of Channukah, tours to help celebrate Sukkot and more. Visitors to Jerusalem should be aware that the City of David is a somewhat contentious site and as with many buildings and constructions in politically sensitive areas, there are other considerations beyond the site as a tourist attraction. There are tours and events that also highlight this dichotomy and it they will help you to understand the importance of the City of David to Jerusalem
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