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Jerusalem Apartment

  • 2
  • 6
  • Min stay varies
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning

$149

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Jerusalem Cottage

  • 2
  • 5
  • 1 night min
  • Air conditioning
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

$175

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Jerusalem Apartment

  • 4
  • 8
  • 7 nights min
  • Ask about children
  • Air conditioning

$399

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Jerusalem Apartment

  • 2
  • 6
  • 3 nights min
  • Air conditioning

$185

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Jerusalem Apartment

  • 3
  • 6
  • 7 nights min
  • Ask about children
  • Air conditioning

from $350 / night

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Jerusalem Apartment

  • 3
  • 7
  • 5 nights min
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning

$200

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About Jerusalem

Retreat into biblical history with an affordable sabbatical at Jerusalem vacation rentals, where cosmopolitan life blends with ancient civilization. Retrace the footsteps of Jesus and tour temples, museums, and holy sites in Israel. Become immersed in the local culture and sample native cuisine. Return each evening to relax and unwind in a modern and well-appointed abode.

Take a guided tour and explore The Mount of Olives, a hill from biblical times teeming with holy sites such as the Tomb of Mary, several churches, and an immense cemetery. Jerusalem's western wall, commonly known as the Wailing Wall, is all that is left of King Herod's second temple. The crevices in the wall hold notes of requests and prayers from numerous visitors.

The Western Wall Tunnel extends underground to the ancient city, revealed by arduous archaeological work that is ongoing. The place of King David's burial on Mount Zion is below the coenaculum, or the room of the Last Supper. It is widely believed that it is a replica, built by the Romans and the original room of the Last Supper may be buried directly under it. After a full day of sightseeing, guests can return to relax in comfortable Jerusalem vacation home rentals.

Weeks can be spent exploring the fascinating holy sites and museums in and around the city. Guests staying at Jerusalem apartment rentals have short commutes to most of the major attractions and sites. The Citadel is home to Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Christianity's most holy location and is purportedly the anointing, crucifying, and burial tomb of Jesus. Visitors can walk along the same last path Jesus walked, as he carried the burden of his cross.

Vacationers at Jerusalem rentals searching for some sun and surf can journey to the Dead Sea, and spend the day floating in the densely mineralized waters, or lather up the mud for an impromptu therapeutic spa treatment. The lovely shores of Lake Kinneret, widely known as the Sea of Galilee, hold biblical prominence and are surrounded by many historical sites to visit.

Travelers can experience a day of local culture and cuisine visiting the Mahane Yehuda Market, called The Shuk by locals. Well over 200 vendors gather together here to sell edibles from all around the world. Sample delicacies, and browse the stalls brimming with fresh goods. End the exploration with a visit to Mahneyuda, which is managed by three of Jerusalem's top culinary artists. The restaurant sports a unique menu daily that is comprised of fresh catch from the market, and guests have the unusual opportunity to observe the cooks in the exposed kitchen.

Travel to the holy city, tour historic landmarks, and engage in local culture to create a lifetime of memories. Research indicates that a stay in Jerusalem vacation rentals is markedly less expensive than alternate lodgings like hotels, with many properties offering spacious lodgings to accommodate large groups of travelers.

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A city rich with history and culture, Jerusalem is packed with must-visit sites, lively markets, and engaging events. Book your stay at one of the many convenient Jerusalem apartments, and immerse yourself in this historic city.

Jerusalem Climate

Jerusalem typically enjoys hot summers and mild winters. In July and August, temperatures top out around 90 degrees, and in December and January, they generally stay in the 50s. Late winter and late summer tend to be the rainiest times of year, and late spring is usually the driest.

How to Get Around Jerusalem

Once you land at Ben Gurion Airport, plan to take a taxi or a local bus to the center of town. If you plan to stay in the old town, you'll find that most Jerusalem apartments are just a short walk from the city's top destinations. To explore further, just hail a taxi to reach your desired destination.

Top Things to Do in Jerusalem

Whether you're interested in history, culture, or food, you'll find plenty to do in Jerusalem. Start your visit in the Old City, where the city's storied attractions still stand. Be sure to visit the Western Wall, one of the most important Jewish sites in Jerusalem. There's no charge to visit the plaza area of the Western Wall, but there's a nominal fee for touring the underground section. Next, pay a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the most important Christian site in town. There's no charge to visit the tomb of Jesus or to tour the church itself.
For the most important Muslim sites in Jerusalem, make your way to the Dome of the Rock and the neighboring Al Aqsa Mosque, known for their stunning appearance both inside and out. Finally, to get the full Old City experience, don't miss the Via Dolorosa. Known as the route taken by Jesus, this pathway boasts many of Jerusalem's most important ancient sites and is still buzzing with activity today.
To explore some of Jerusalem's most notable markets, visit East Jerusalem, where the Arab community has long gathered outside the Old City's Damascus Gate. For the best of modern Jerusalem, check out the restaurants and bars on Jaffa Road in West Jerusalem.

Can't-Miss Jerusalem Events

There's no shortage of cultural events in Jerusalem, and if you're a fan of music, performance, and great beer, you'll want to plan your visit for the late spring. Late May brings the Jerusalem Beer Fest, one of the most popular festivals for young people and the ideal place to catch an outdoor concert and try some of the area's best brews. From late May to early June, the International Festival of Light in the Old City illuminates Jerusalem for an entire week, drawing visitors to immersive art installations.
Early June also brings the renowned Israel Festival, with premier musical and theatrical acts throughout the city. In mid-June, don't miss the Abu-Gosh Festival, a vocal music festival that transforms Jerusalem's religious buildings into music-filled holy sites. This biannual festival also takes place in October, so you'll have two opportunities to catch it.
Whether you visit in spring or fall, you'll find plenty to do in Jerusalem. Stay at one of the many centrally located Jerusalem apartments, and you'll be right in the center of the action.
 
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