Sites included

Quoi voir, quoi faire à Jérusalem ?

Muni de votre JLM City Pass, entrez gratuitement dans ces musées et sites touristiques. Vous avez 3 ou 7 jours pour effectuer vos sorties et visites, en fonction du Pass que vous avez choisi. Une formule idéale pour profiter de votre séjour et de votre voyage à Jérusalem ou pour visiter ses incontournables ! Un véritable bon plan

The Time Elevator

Jerusalem

Time Elevator Jerusalem - Take an amazing trip: A journey to the hidden secrets of Jerusalem, journey into and an exciting journey to the wonders of the past, the present and the future of Israel's capital.

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€54.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 30%

The Herzl Museum

Jerusalem

The Herzl Museum is an interactive, audiovisual experience that takes its visitors through the life of Theodore Herzl, the visionary of the state of Israel. Visitors will get to learn about Herzl's journey in a way that is both educational and fun. The tour must be booked in advanced, can be in seven different languages and is suitable for families (6+).

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€30.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 40%

The City of David

Jerusalem

The City of David gives its visitors a rare opportunity to experience ancient Jerusalem and watch ancient stories come to life before their eyes. The City of David National Park offers a variety of attractions, including: an extraordinary archaeological experience at the sifting project in Emek Tzurim National Park, guided Segway tours at the Peace Forest attractions complex, the innovative nighttime presentation Hallelujah, and of course, walking tours through Hezekiah's underground water tunnel.

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€65.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 10%

The Western Wall Tunnels

Jerusalem

The Western Wall (the Kotel in Hebrew) is impressive, but its greatness is truly discovered when you descend underground to the Western Wall Tunnels. The tunnels run along approximately 488 meters of the Western Wall, giving visitors a taste for the challenge that stood before Herod the Great during this biggest of all his immense building projects—the expansion of the Temple Mount. One such example is the famous western stone which is 14 meters long and weighs almost 570 tons.

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€35.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 20%

NIght Spectacular Sound and Light Show

Jerusalem

Admire the walls of the Citadel becoming the stage for a nightime show celebrating Jerusalem’s 4,000-year-old history through sights and sounds. Just an incredible attraction!

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  (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 0%

The Tower of David

Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s Citadel, known as the ”Tower of David”, is a historical and archaeological asset of international significance. The Citadel is a medieval fortress with architectural additions from later periods. It is located near the Jaffa Gate, the historical entrance to the city and the point where the East meets the West. It bears cultural and architectural values and has been the symbol of the city of Jerusalem for generations.

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€40.00 (Child €55.00) Free with the Pass!

Gratuit si parmi les 3 premiers sites visités ou tarif remisé 25%