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Difficulty level: Medium
Not accessible. The tour includes stairs and a walk through an underground tunnel
The City of David National Park is opening its gates and allowing a peek behind the scenes of the pilgrimage path dig project that is closed to the general public.
Professional guiding for engineers and professionals, underground at the heart of this fascinating project while it’s being set up.
Notes: The tour is for small groups of up to 20 participants; comfortable walking shoes required
It is important to note that it is difficult to find parking near the Western Wall and City of David. We recommend parking at nearby parking lots and walking.
Navigation on foot:
Those arriving from the Western Wall direction should turn left at the Dung Gate. After walking for 2 minutes you will arrive at the City of David.
Public transportation to the City of David:
Route 1 – Central Station – Western Wall
Route 3 – Central Station – Western Wall
Route 38 – Jewish Quarter (circular route that goes via the Western Wall)
Route 2 – From IDF square / Yitzhak Kariv st. (circular route run by the Superbus company)
Taxis are allowed through the Jaffa Gate at any time.
The site is not accessible. The tour includes stairs and a walk through an underground tunnel. The spring route is not suitable for those who suffer from claustrophobia.
The City of David national park is a secure site, and we cooperate fully with law enforcement.
The engineering side of the pilgrimage project
City of David National Park
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