Jerusalem City Pass

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Jerusalem City Pass

Jerusalem at your own pace

Discover Jerusalem hotspots, museums and monuments at your own pace. The Jerusalem City Pass is valid for 7 days after first use. The card allows you free access to the most important attractions in Jerusalem such as skip-the-line entrance to Tower of David Museum. Add to this six other outstanding museums: the Islamic Art Museum, Italian Jewish Art Museum, FOZ Museum, Salomon Hall Museum, Music Museum and Old Court Museum, and you will understand why the Jerusalem City Pass is worth purchasing. At just over €30 you enjoy Jerusalem to the fullest because everything is organized in advance.

Skip-the-line Entrance

Discover Jerusalem in a relaxed way. The Jerusalem City Pass allows fast track entrance at popular attractions such as The Tower of David Museum. With this pass in your pocket, your trip to Jerusalem is hassle-free. What’s more, this Pass saves you both time and money.

Advantages of the Jerusalem City Pass

The Jerusalem City Pass is valid for 7 days after validation. This means that you can visit several museums at your own pace. There are no time slots! You need not collect your Pass in person because all tickets are sent to you by email.

  • Fast track entry to the Tower of David Museum.
  • Tickets for 6 other museums valid for 7 days.
Jerusalem city pass

How does the citypass work?

Purchase your Jerusalem City Pass from us online. Everything is sent to you by email so that you need not collect your tickets and vouchers in Jerusalem. Simply select your arrival date in Jerusalem. After booking, you will receive all the tickets of the attractions you have selected.

The City of Jerusalem

Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world. Judaism, Christianity and Islam consider it their holy city. Israel and Palestine both claim Jerusalem as their capital. The Temple Mount is the most holy place in the city and is important for Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Other important religious sites are the Wailing Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher which marks the spot where Jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected. Jerusalem and also Tel Aviv have become very popular city trip destinations.

Highlights of Jerusalem

Jerusalem is Hebrew for City of Peace but peace has never been easy here. The city attracts millions of pilgrims every year but also tourists have found their way to the city. Jerusalem is steeped in history and dotted with religious and archeological sites. Jerusalem highlights include: Temple Mount, Wailing Wall and Jewish quarter, Via Dolorsa (Way of Sorrow), Tower of David, Mount of Olives, Mount Zion and the old city walls.