Home to places such as the Dome of the Rock, the Wailing Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Mount of Olives, the city of Jerusalem holds great symbolic importance for Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The Old City of Jerusalem is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but also enlisted on its World Heritage in Danger List.
As all great cities on the path, the people, culture and stories of Jerusalem are best experienced on foot. A detailed route description, Jerusalem stage map and GIS coordinates will be part of the second edition of this online guidebook. We do not like saying this but… coming soon.
Jerusalem is also a major hub for travellers on the path. With the regions of Nablus, Bethlehem, Hebron and Negev within 30-90 minutes from the city, it provides an excellent place to start or end a journey on the path. Since 2012 it has also been the gathering point for weekly (day) walks on the path, taking place every weekend in the spring and the fall seasons. Check out the schedule of weekly walks, a list of Abrahamic accommodation options and learn about transportation to and from Jerusalem.