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Now is the time to stop daydreaming! With a great range of cultural and scenic sights, you'll want to start organizing your Jerusalem trip ASAP.

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Jerusalem Vacation Packages

This area of Israel boasts a population of roughly 800,000 people.

Exploring Western Wall and the Temple Mount is the perfect way to get started on your adventures.

Bring the entire gang to Holyland Model of Jerusalem, a nice place to spend some time with the kids.

Snap a few photos, admire the educational displays and learn about our amazing planet at the Biblical Zoo. Be sure to ask the staff about hands-on activities and where to find the zoo's most popular specimens.

From amateur botanists to weekend gardeners, everyone is sure to be inspired by the plant species on display at the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens. The Wohl Rose Park and the Mount Scopus Botanical Garden are also worth a visit.

Pack a picnic basket and take it easy for a while in the leafy, green surroundings of the Garden of Gethsemane and Mount Zion. Soreq Cave and Beit Shemesh Archaeological Park are two more excellent places to while away the day and catch up on some reading.

Fill your lungs with refreshingly clean air and marvel at the natural world at Mount Herzl and Mount of Olives. You can also spend a rewarding afternoon at Ramparts Walk.

Broaden your perspectives by spending some time at one of the area's wonderfully curated cultural spaces. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you admire the displays at the Israel Museum and the Rockefeller Museum. The Shrine of the Book and the Bible Lands Museum are also worth looking at.

Build on your knowledge of science and natural history as you wander through the range of artifacts, models and displays at the Bloomfield Science Museum and Jerusalem Bird Observatory.

The natural world is revealed in all its majesty at the Wohl Archaeological Museum and the Jerusalem Archaeological Park & Davidson Center. Revel in their captivating exhibits while your imagination trails off into distant, exotic worlds.

Love art? There are galleries of all kinds here. Soak up the trendy atmopshere at the L.A. Meyer Institute for Islamic Art and the Museum on the Seam. If you can fit them in, the Wolfson Museum and the Museum of Psalms are also well worth a look.

There's always a new perspective on the past at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem. If that interests you, you should also take in the interesting exhibits on display at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem and the Ticho House.

Wander back through the ages with a trip to Dome of the Rock and the Yad Vashem, just two of the interesting historic sites here. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. The Lion's Gate and the Jaffa Gate are two more great places to check out.

The imposing defense structures at Golden Gate are an evocative reminder of the Jerusalem area's military history.

Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you'll be sure to have a nice time at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. St. Andrew's Church and Church of All Nations are two more intriguing holy sites.

This region's most prominent tourist sights can overshadow its less known, but equally rewarding attractions. The National Library of Israel and the Jerusalem International YMCA are recommended options. Also, think about a trip to Montefiore Windmill and 9/11 Living Memorial Plaza if you've got the time.

Accommodation in Jerusalem

As the national capital of Israel, Jerusalem has a wide range of resorts, hotels and other types of accommodation. No less than 128 Jerusalem hotels can be booked through Expedia's user-friendly hotels page.

The David Citadel Hotel at 7 King David St, and the Mamilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of The World, at 11 King Solomon St are two good examples of the more exclusive accommodation options in Jerusalem. Alternatively, the King David Jerusalem, at 23 King David Street, and the Cramim Resort & Spa, at Kiryat Anavim, are two more economical choices worth investigating.

If you prefer to book accommodation closer to Dome of the Rock, the Legacy Hotel and the Jerusalem Hotel are two options worth checking out.

Popular Activities for your Jerusalem Vacation

Embrace all there is to see and do and return home with the greatest souvenir of all — fond memories of your amazing adventure!

Your trip to Jerusalem is just about to get a whole lot more exciting. There are heaps of things to do, such as:

Have some time up your sleeve? Make your way to our Jerusalem things to do page for a full range of options.

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Guide to Exploring Jerusalem