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The City of David - Ancient Jerusalem

by Itamar Ben-David

Public experiences are in English unless specified as otherwise

  • Location
    Jerusalem, Israel
  • Duration
    1h 15m (Private)
  • Group Size
    Up to 50 guests (Private)
  • Language(s)
    • English,
    • العربية (Arabic),
    • עברית (Hebrew)

Itinerary

Let's visit together the ancient part of Jerusalem, the Jerusalem that King David turned to his capital 3000 years ago. We will walk between the most important archeological excavations in Israel, learn how the biblical story connects with the geography, history, and the artifacts that were found there, we will talk about David and Bathsheba, about the King Solomon crowning, and about the brutal siege of foreign empires over Jerusalem. Towards the end of our tour, We will also visit the Siloam pool and learn about its significance to Christianity and the deep connection of Jesus to the house of David. 

Public Experience Private/Custom Experience
Who You will be one of several joining the experience from across the globe. Exclusive experience for you and/or your party
Interaction You will get a chance to ask questions, however, the guide will be attending to all participants. You will get more one on one time with your guide throughout the experience.
Experience Standard, curated for the public. You can make custom requests to your interests.
When Choose from an available time. Choose from an available time slot or request a specific date and time.
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Preparing for your Experience

A stable internet connection and zoom account are required.

Meet Your Guide

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Itamar Ben-David
Itamar Ben-David

Itamar Ben-David has 15 years of experience as a tour guide in Israel, especially in Jerusalem where he lives. He has guided thousands of happy tourists from all over the world, and during Covid, he founded the Israeli Virtual Tourism Association. Itamar has deep knowledge of the three Abrahamic faiths, History, and Archaeology. He is Jewish of Yemenite and Moroccan heritage, and if you're nice he will even sing to you!