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An ancient city with a history spanning more than 3,000 years, Jerusalem is a beautiful and intriguing destination that offers a captivating combination of history, religion, architecture and culture.


As Israel's largest city, Jerusalem is also the capital - although it is not internationally recognised as such. In addition, it's an extremely important location for the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths.


If you're planning Israel holidays, here at Collett's Travel, we can help you find the best Jerusalem hotels and our travel experts can also assist with arranging all-inclusive package getaways.


So much to see in Jerusalem

Whether you want to visit historical or religious landmarks, examine museum exhibits or pay your respects at a memorial, there is plenty to see and do while staying at hotels in Jerusalem.


For example, explore the old town by following the Via Dolorosa. This is the path that Jesus took while carrying the cross to his crucifixion. The route begins at the site of the Antonia Fortress and ends at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.


The Temple Mount is one of the most significant parts of the Old City. For Muslims, it is the location of Muhammad's ascension to Heaven. The Dome of the Rock is a shrine that was built over the Foundation Stone.


Meanwhile, Jews also regard this as a sacred place - it's where they believe God created man, where the binding of Isaac took place and where the Divine Presence rests.


Those staying at hotels in Jerusalem should be sure to visit the Western Wall. Also known as the Wailing Wall, it is located on the western side of the Temple Mount and is part of the remains of the old Jewish Temple.


There's also Yad Vashem - located on the outskirts of the city, it comprises a Holocaust memorial, as well as a history museum, art exhibition and a synagogue.


Other must-see destinations for anyone staying at Jerusalem hotels include David's Tomb, the Mount of Olives, Gethsemane Gardens, the Cenacle - where the Last Supper took place - and the Israel Museum.


Hotels in Jerusalem

There are some truly stunning options when it comes to accommodation in Jerusalem.


Dan Hotels, for instance, is a chain in Israel, with 14 properties across the country - four of which are in Jerusalem: the King David, the Dan Jerusalem Hotel, the Dan Panorama and the Dan Boutique.


These stunning hotels offer modern interiors and friendly service, as well as fabulous facilities like swimming pools, games rooms, stylish restaurant and bar areas and sumptuous spas. Plus, they're all located within easy reach of the city's main attractions.


Do a bit of shopping

If you're looking to do a bit of shopping while staying at hotels in Jerusalem, the Muslim quarter is a fantastic place to go. It's easy to spend an entire day wandering the small shops, which sell everything from coffee to clothing and spices to sweets.


There's also Malha Mall, which is also known as the Jerusalem Mall. Opened in 1993, it was the first shopping centre of its type in the city and includes a number of shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema that generally shows mainstream films with Hebrew subtitles.


Book Jerusalem hotels and holidays with Collett's Travel

To find out more about booking Israel holidays, get in touch with Collett's Travel. We can help you to arrange the perfect getaway, and our services range from helping to book hotels in Jerusalem, as well as places like Tel Aviv and Herzliya, to organising all-inclusive packages with excursions, activities and transportation.


What's more, we are fully bonded with the CAA, so you can enjoy financial peace of mind when you book your next holiday with us.

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