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Where to stay in Jerusalem: Best areas for travelers

  • Mamilla: With so many places to lay your head in this area, your most challenging decision will be picking one. Make a start by looking up the Prima Royale, the Dan Panorama Jerusalem and The Inbal Jerusalem. Once you're settled in, don't miss popular sights such as L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art.

Jerusalem flight + hotel packages

Center Chic Hotel - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
Royal Beach Tel Aviv
Shalom Hotel & Relax, Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
Isrotel Tower Hotel
Market House - An Atlas Boutique Hotel

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Jerusalem Vacations

Jerusalem is sacred to more than half of the world's population. It is the place where religion, culture, and the arts merge into a metropolis that is a feast for both the spirit and the human senses. Whether you are interested in history, religion, food, or just immersing yourself in the culture, a Jerusalem vacation will become a jewel in your travel crown.

Major Attractions

No trip to Jerusalem is complete without a visit to the holy sites – The Temple Mount (including the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque), Western Wall, and Church of the Holy Sepulchre, among many others. Outside of the holy sites, the Old City offers several quarters, including the Christian Quarter, the Jewish Quarter, the Muslim Quarter, and the Armenian Quarter, each offering their own cultural markets, restaurants, and shops. But it's the open-air Mahane Yehuda Market – "the Shuk" -- that is truly a sight to behold. At this bustling market in the city center you can buy produce, spices, pastries, breads, scarves, and many other items while mingling with a local crowd. While there, try some kanafeh, a sweet cheese pastry, or shawarma, which are shavings of meat that have been roasted on a spit, served on a plate or as a sandwich.

Festivals and Events

Jerusalem is a special place to visit for several religious holidays, depending on your preference. But the entire city seems to participate in Purim, a Jewish holiday that spawns parties and carnivals around the city. Often compared to Halloween and Mardi Gras, Purim takes place in early March. For a non-religious event, check out the increasingly popular International Film Festival in July. Located at Jerusalem Cinémathèque, the festival features films from around the world.

Travelocity offers a diverse selection of Jerusalem vacation packages with the best hotels in Jerusalem . And with savings up to $537 by booking your flight and hotel together as a Jerusalem vacation package, you can afford an extra kebab at the Shuk.

Tours and Activities in Jerusalem

The fantastic thing about travel is that you don't always need to search for brand new experiences — they're right there in front of you! So unpack your suitcase, take a breath and get ready to make some amazing new memories.

You'll never be at a loss for things to do in Jerusalem. If you're having problems deciding on what to do, here are our top picks:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Jerusalem?
Travelocity has great package deals to Jerusalem, as well as flights and hotels, starting at just $1,548. With all the extra cash, you could include some awesome tours or even tack on a few extra nights to your exciting getaway.
How long should my Jerusalem vacation be?
The majority of people secure a hotel for 4 nights in Jerusalem. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re limited to that. How long you spend here all comes down to what sorts of things you want to do on your vacation. If your aim is to explore every square inch of this fantastic destination, consider staying another few nights (or even an extra week!).
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Jerusalem?
Travelocity has countless ways to score a fantastic Jerusalem package deal. Take your pick of 400 airlines and 665,000 properties all over the globe and put together a vacation package that suits your style. With so many options at hand, now’s the time to book your next great adventure.
Why should I purchase my Jerusalem vacation package with Travelocity?
We make traveling the world easy. Whether you’re looking for an amazing new place to explore or want to make sure you get the best price on offer, we’re here to assist. Our 24/7 support, high-quality service and Price Match Guarantee mean you can book with confidence with Travelocity.
Will I save money on my Jerusalem car rental if I bundle it with a hotel or flight?
With a Jerusalem vacation package, you can bundle your car, hotel and flight bookings and save some serious money. If you’d love to explore the best of this exciting destination, why not head to Gordon Beach? This top sight is 34 mi from Jerusalem. With your own set of wheels, you’ll be there in a flash.
What is the best time of year to go to Jerusalem?
If you’re eager to avoid pricey flights, tourist masses and booked-out hotels, organize your escape outside of May, April, June. The quietest time to travel through Jerusalem is October, December, November. You’ll find the highest hotel prices in October and the cheapest in January.
Which airport is best for Jerusalem?
Tel Aviv (TLV-Ben Gurion) is the best airport for visitors flying to Jerusalem. Once you disembark the plane, you’ll be 25 mi northwest of the downtown area.
What is there to do in Jerusalem?
While venturing off the beaten track is no doubt rewarding, you shouldn’t miss the big-name attractions that make a place famous. Western Wall and Temple Mount are a couple of them in Jerusalem.
Where should I stay when visiting Jerusalem?
Experience a wonderful world of luxury when you book a room at the King David Jerusalem (5.0 stars) or The David Citadel Hotel (5.0 stars). Regular travelers to Jerusalem recommend these quality options.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Travelocity.com from 2019-04-01 - 2020-03-31 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.