An abandoned quarry gave rise to the Kommemiyut Forest, where visitors can see the breadth of Israeli flora and learn some historical lessons on the way.
Ramat Rachel’s Archaeological Gardens tell the story of the Roman legionnaires, Judean kings and Assyrian conquerors, and others who lived and built there.
Israel’s capital is renowned for its historical sites, but the city has much to offer travelers willing to go the extra mile.
Follow in the footsteps of Kaiser Wilhem II, whose 1898 visit to Jerusalem didn’t turn out as well as the father of Zionism had hoped.
An isolated farming outpost until the arrival of the Jerusalem-Jaffa railway 125 years ago, the area now boasts some of the capital’s most splendiferous buildings.