Travel guide over Jerusalem sights

Ben Yehuda Street remains one of the favorite places for walking for guests of Jerusalem. On this street, many beautiful old buildings are preserved, in which today are popular restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. Musicians often perform on this street and you can also meet artists who offer to sell their masterpieces or paint a portrait. There are several special shops that sell cosmetic products based on the minerals of the Dead Sea, likewise on this street. … Further

Cuisine and best restaurants in Jerusalem

The name of Meorav Yerushalmi restaurant can be literally translated as "Jerusalem Mix". Its menu will surely impress fans of meat dishes. The restaurant is classified as a fast food facility. However, quality and taste of the dishes served here are always on top. A large part of the restaurant’s menu is represented by dishes made of chicken. In addition to meat visitors will be definitely offered to order rice or a fresh salad as a side dish. … Further

Guide on cultural sights

Holy Sepulcher Temple is a no less important religious shrine. In fact, this is a complex of six different churches, each of which reflects different traditions in Christianity. Each chapel of the church has its own unique religious artifacts. However, visitors will not find rich decoration or jewelry in the temple. This place attracts pilgrims not by decoration or great number of artifacts, but by its unique history. … Further

Attractions and nightlife of Jerusalem

Jerusalem International YMCA is known as the most famous health center in the city. The park offers its customers a huge selection of complex programs and cosmetic procedures. There is also a swimming pool in the territory of the center, as well as several institutions dedicated to healthy eating. Fans of spa treatments will also find a nice place to stay in the city as they are welcome in Akasha Wellbeing Retreat and Spa. … Further
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