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Between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea in the Judaean Mountains, Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world. Also known as the City of David, it has been occupied since 4,000 BC, starting with nomadic shepherds. It is also the capital of both Palestine and Israel. The famous city has been attacked over 50 times, captured and recaptured more than 40 times, and besieged 23 times.
The Old City is the most popular spot by far. It is divided into four quarters, which include Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and Armenian. Because of this, you will see a wide variety of dress in Jerusalem from the secular garb to Orthodox and monastic vestments to modern attire. Each section of the city has a different vibe, including the architecture of the buildings, scents of the different foods, and chanting of prayer and church bells.
One of the most visited towns in Jerusalem is Bethlehem on the West Bank in the Judaean Hills. According to the Bible, the town was the site of the birth of Jesus Christ. In fact, you can find a museum and several monuments on the subject. Actually, there are more than 60 museums in Jerusalem, 1,600 parks, and 2,000 archeological sites.
With so much to see and do in Jerusalem, you are not going to want to have to drag around your luggage with you. Many of the museums and other tourist attractions do not allow large bags such as suitcases inside. And if you are rushing from the gym to a dinner meeting, storing your stuff is ideal. Bounce will be happy to keep your belongings safe while you do what needs to be done.
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One of the most popular spots in Jerusalem is the Old City. It is full of historical buildings and ruins, including the Western Wall (also known as the Wailing Wall), the Dome of the Rock, and the Western Wall Tunnels. Visit dance centers, galleries, cinemas, and libraries full of historic information. Jerusalem has a plethora of natural space, with over 1,600 parks. Enjoy the Nebi Samuel National Park, Emek Tzurim National Park, or Herodyon National Park and see a plethora of old ruins and other archaeological sites.
With 61 museums to choose from, you may need more than one day to visit all of the ones that interest you. Consider Ammunition Hill, where you can see a memorial of the Six-Day War or Yad Vashem, which explores the history of the Holocaust.
Israel Museum: This is the largest cultural building in Israel. It holds almost 500,000 items that date back to the prehistoric era. They also have the most extensive collection of Holy Land and Biblical archaeological artifacts in the world.
Jerusalem Biblical Zoo: Also known as the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, the 62-acre park has almost 300 different species from the agouti to the zebra. They are known for having the largest number of creatures that are mentioned in the Bible as well as a replica of Noah’s Ark. They even have a petting zoo.
Rockefeller Archaeological Museum: This is the oldest archaeological museum in the country. Some of the artifacts date back 9,000 years to the Jericho statue, while others are more modern items from the Ottoman period. See the unique coin of recaptured Judea and gold jewelry from the Bronze Age.
You will be in awe of the markets and shops in Jerusalem. Find the typical mall with over 250 shops right alongside tiny street merchandisers with carts selling their handcrafted wares. Many outdoor markets line the streets and shopping bazaars in the Old City are unlike any you have ever seen.
Malha Mall: Some of the most popular stores here include Soho Jeans on the first floor, Twenty-Four Seven on the second floor, and iRobot on the ground floor. They even have a Toys R Us and a food court.
Mahane Yehuda Market: The market has two locations to choose from. One is on Mahane Yehuda Street while the other is on Etz Chayim Street. They both offer a wide variety of items, from fruit to jewelry, with most being handcrafted or locally grown. Mahane Yehuda Market has been in this location since the Ottoman Empire in the 1500s.
The Old City Bazaar: Inside the walls of the Old City, you are going to find a plethora of shops and kiosks including Moriah Books, George Kouz, Sea of Herbs, and EK Ceramic. They boast items like one-of-a-kind statues and other trinkets, handmade gifts, and unique souvenirs for the loved ones back home.
Whether you are craving a thick, juicy steak or if you are wanting to try the local cuisine, Jerusalem has you covered with a variety of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food. Try foods such as baklava, hummus, falafel, and couscous as well as seafood, hamburgers, and salads. Here are some of our best picks.
Machneyuda: This casual and modern dining spot on Beit Ya’akov Street by the Mahane Yehuda Market has three famous chefs who can cook just about anything. Some of their most acclaimed include crab and black linguine, calamari, and even steak and potatoes. A unique and popular dish is shakshukit, a mixture of all kinds of local cuisine like mango, meat, ground beef, and onions topped with yogurt and pine nuts.
Jacko’s Street: If you are looking for a burger, head over to Jacko’s on Agripas Street. They also boast local cuisine and unique items like the Moroccan cigar, which is a spicy meat mixture wrapped in a tube-shaped dough. They have goose breast, sour Kurdish risotto, and salmon harreima, to name a few.
Big Apple Pizza: For a slice that compares to New York’s or a whole pizza for the gang, Big Apple Pizza on Lunz Street is fantastic. Choose indoor or outdoor seating. Pick from a wide variety of toppings for a typical New York style pizza with mushrooms and olives or a special topping like Bulgarian cheese or tuna. They also offer garlic bread, salad, pasta, and even ice cream.
How much does luggage storage cost in Jerusalem?
The price for luggage storage in Jerusalem is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Jerusalem?
There are multiple locations all around Jerusalem which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Dome of the Rock and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Jerusalem?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Jerusalem.
Are there storage lockers in Jerusalem?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Jerusalem. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Jerusalem where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Jerusalem?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Machneyuda, Abu Shukri, and Hachapuria Mahane Yehuda Market. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Jerusalem are Walled Off Hotel - Banksy, Dan Jerusalem, and Leonardo Plaza.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Jerusalem?
Jerusalem offers several scenic parks including Pool of Siloam, The Garden Tomb, and Pyr wwrn.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Jerusalem?
You can find local tourist information at Mount of Olives Information Center, Indie Travelers Center, and Czech House Jerusalem.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Jerusalem?
If you're looking for a good museum in Jerusalem, we recommend Tower of David, Yad Va'Shem, and Israel Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Jerusalem's most popular historical attractions including Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls or Birthplace of Jesus and monuments like The olive trees, Arafat Mausoleum, or Ammunition Hill Memorial. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Kastel National Park, Tower of David, or Citadel Hill.
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