Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range
map
Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
2 Hour Segway Tour of Ancient Jerusalem
"Meet your guide at a central meeting point before going off on your adventure. A short professional lesson is given before the tour on how to ride the Segway vehicle. The Segway is a two-wheeled “smart” vehicle that enables people to explore large a and you are on your way to discover the magic. Stop along the paths to take in the breathtaking views and sounds of nature.The guided tour begins in the hidden gem that is the Peace Forest located between the Old City and the Armon Hanatziv Promenade. The forest is also adjacent to Hebron Road that you will travel on and continue to the Haas and Goldman Promenades. There will be time to stop for a breathtaking view of the Judean Deser both past and present as well as the people that walked through here in Biblical times.""""Explore the past
From $36.00
 
Ashdod Shore Excursion: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Day Trip
"While your cruise ship is docked at Ashdod Port meet your guide at the port side and travel to Jerusalem by air-conditioned minivan for your full-day tour. On route admire the scenic Judean Mountains and listen to commentary about Jerusalem and Bethlehem the two holy cities revered by Christians as the places where Jesus lived and died some 2000 years ago.Your first stop is at the Mount of Olives a ridge just east of Jerusalem. Soak up views of Old Jerusalem from the summit and listen as your guide recounts some of the biblical tales linked to the area.Pass the Garden of Gethsemane
From $99.00
 
Ashdod Shore Excursion: Jerusalem and Dead Sea Day Trip
"When your cruise ship is in Ashdod meet your guide at the port and hop inside your air-conditioned minivan. Then enjoy the views of the Judean Mountains as you travel to Jerusalem roughly an hour away.On the road hear about the history of Jerusalem an ancient spiritual center for Jewish Christian and Muslim communities that dates back thousands of years. To Christians
From $99.00

Most Viewed Things to Do in Bethlehem

Things to Do

Bethlehem- Church of the Nativity

The site of this basilica, located in Bethlehem, West Bank, was the first to be listed under Palestine by UNESCO as an Heritage Site. The original monument, commissioned in 327, by Constantine and his...
View More

church of the Nativity

99% of Bethlehem visitors come for the church of the Nativity. The fortress-like church on top of the cave where Jesus was born is one of the top attractions in Israel especially among Christian...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

Milk Grotto church

Not really far from Manger square Milk Grotto was the first church we visited in Bethlehem. It’s the Grotto of Virgin Mary, a serene grotto in a soft white rock that has a simple but nice Franciscan...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

Catholic Shepherds’ Fields

"And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

Greek Orthodox church (Shrine of the Shepherds)

According to orthodox tradition Eusebius (265-340AD) marked this place as the spot where angels came to tell the shepherds about the upcoming birth of Jesus Christ because it was exactly 1000 paces...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

remains of old basilicas and Tomb of the Shepherds

At the back side of the Orthodox Church (Shrine of the Shepherds) we noticed some ruins. According to a sign on the wall these are the remains of three basilicas, all destroyed by invasions of...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014
 
 
Sponsored Listings

church of St. Catherine

Church of St.Catherine is located right next to nativity church so we decided to check it this church too which is still part of an active Franciscan monastery. It’s a catholic church dedicated to...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

Manger Square

Manger Square is the main square in city center of Bethlehem and is named after the Manger where Jesus Christ was born. It houses the main attraction for visitors the church of Nativity which was...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

mosque of Omar

Mosque of Omar Bin Al-Khatab is open to non muslims too but expected to wear respectful wear. It’s located on Manger square, on the other side of where Nativity Church is. It was originally built in...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

graffiti at walls

On our way out of Bethlehem the taxi took us to the main gate but it was closed, we just took some photos and walked back to the other gate. The Separation Wall is full of graffiti and posters, most...
mindcrime's Profile Photo
mindcrime
May 21, 2014

Church of the Nativity

On Christmas day there were still hundreds, perhaps maybe a thousand, pilgrims in the town, in spite of the recent troubles. On other years tens of thousands have passed through during the Christmas...
antistar's Profile Photo
antistar
Mar 11, 2014

Church of the Nativity: Grotto of the Nativity

this will be tip and pictures of the Small Grotto of the Nativity situated below the main altar of the Church of the Nativity where the Traditional site of Jesus Birth is marked by the Star and the...
machomikemd's Profile Photo
machomikemd
Sep 30, 2013

Church of the Nativity: Main Altar & Side Chapels

this will be tips and pictures of the main altar of the Church of the Nativity, which is under the control of the Greek Orthodox Church and the side Chapels on each side of the main altar (altar to...
machomikemd's Profile Photo
machomikemd
Sep 30, 2013

Church of the Nativity: Main Apse and Columns

This will be tips and pictures of some of the 44 main columns inside the Church of the Nativity decorated with Crusader era Paintings of the Holy Family and the floor mosaics being shown among the...
machomikemd's Profile Photo
machomikemd
Sep 30, 2013

Top Hotels in Bethlehem

Hotels
Jerusalem Hebron Road, PO Box 1167, Bethlehem
Show Prices
Hotels
PO Box 1069, Bethlehem
Show Prices
Hotels
Manger Street, PO Box 96, Bethlehem
Show Prices
Hotels
Jamal Abdel-Naser Street, Bethlehem
Show Prices
Hotels
481 Dr. Jeminar Street, P.O. Box 885, Bethlehem
Show Prices

Top 5 Bethlehem Writers

Childish's Profile Photo

Childish

"Bethlehem"
View Member
jadedmuse's Profile Photo

jadedmuse

""Oh Little Town of Bethlehem...""
View Member
Oana_bic's Profile Photo

Oana_bic

"Bethlehem - little town in Palestine"
View Member
mindcrime's Profile Photo

mindcrime

"Jesus birthplace"
View Member
traveloturc's Profile Photo

traveloturc

"Behind the walls...."
View Member