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Jerusalem is a city that is made for walking tours. With so many places of interest, be they religious, cultural or historic book your walking tour today to enjoy the unique flavor and style of Jerusalem
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There are so many available walking tours of Jerusalem that you will need to be selective about your choices. That is also a reflection of the high quality of these, but with the breadth of choices on offer at least you can't complain that you aren't spoilt for choice. There are walking tours to every conceivable corner of the city and reflect every facet of life that comprises Jerusalem.
In no particular order; there are food tours that take in Machane Yehuda giving you the background and history to the place as well of course as allowing you to sample food-related delicacies along the way; walking tours of the Old City - the Armenian Quarter, the Christian Quarter, the Muslim Quarter with its warren of bazaars and market stalls and also the Jewish Quarter. There are literary walking tours around Yemin Moshe and Mishkenot Sha'ananim
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