Western Wall: The remains of the Great Temple, today the world’s largest open-air synagogue, attracting millions of Jewish and non-Jewish tourists from all over the world.
Independence Park: This large municipal park in the city center has been providing Jerusalem residents with leisure and recreation opportunities ever since it was established in 1959. A variety of cultural events and shows are held on site.
Mamilla Mall: A shopping and entertainment center at the heart of the city, close to the Jaffa Gate and Old City walls, and just a short walk from the Western Wall.
Israel Museum: Israel’s largest and most important museum, which is also one of the most significant museums in the world.
Knesset: The Israeli parliament. Open to the public.
Sacher Park: Jerusalem’s largest municipal park, right at the center of the city. The park has been designed in the English style, making it a focal point for sports and other urban activities.
Nature Museum: A unique museum that aims to introduce the ecological and social topics that are currently on the public and scientific agenda: energy conservation, solar power, waste recycling, and water conservation, in addition to presenting exhibitions on Israeli nature.
Khan Theater: Located near the First Station complex, the theater presents cultural events and performances.
First Station Complex: Jerusalem’s old train station, which has been transformed into a cultural and entertainment center, offering restaurants, cafés, and charming shops.
Mount Zion: A site sacred to three religions that enjoys wonderful views of Jerusalem.
Liberty Bell Park: A green park featuring an amphitheater, children’s play areas, and a replica of Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell.
Mishkenot Sha’ananim & Montefiore Windmill: The first Jerusalem neighborhood to be built outside the walls. At its heart stands the windmill built by Moses Montefiore.
Sultan’s Pool: This amphitheater looks out over the Old City walls and hosts concerts and shows during the summer months.