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Western Wall

Western Wall Plaza | Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem 97500, Israel
+972 2-627-1333
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The remains of the Second Temple of Jerusalem and a place of prayer sacred to the Jewish people.
  • Excellent78%
  • Very good16%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“piece of paper” (73 reviews)
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Western Wall Plaza | Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem 97500, Israel
+972 2-627-1333
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Reviewed yesterday

It looks like a simple wall but has lot of historic importance. You can take a free head cap provided at the sight and pray along with Jewish people.

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The shivering that goes down your spine when entering this holy and intriguing complex place, makes it in my opinion one of the best spiritual "atractions" on earth. Combine it with a visit to the temple mount and the old city, and no place could...More

Thank obUA
Reviewed 2 days ago

I would have rated it higher if I had strong religious convictions but as it is, I see the wall as a good place for people watching and a tick-off item. We visited once with a guide and then came across it again by ourselves...More

Thank CAPerth
Reviewed 3 days ago

One should not visit Jerusalem without seeing the Western Wall. It is very moving. The best part is seeing all of the kids getting their bar mitzvah.

Thank Katherine L
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were very fortunate to be here during Sukot. I find while I can pray anywhere, somehow here just seems a good place to pray, somehow you just feel close to our Lord.

Thank Carol B
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was one of the most magical and beautiful trips we had. You can go down to the western wall tunnels and see the buildings from thousands years ago underground and its a huge piece of history and magical energies. Definetly recommended with kids oŕ...More

Thank HELIE990
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Seeing and praying at the Western Wall was epic.. sharing the space with such dedicated worshippers was moving. You haven't really experienced Jerusalem until you pray at the wall. It is well organized, even during Sukkot, Festival of Tabernacles. The atmosphere is serious but expectant...More

Thank JT_Skyguy
Reviewed 4 days ago

A must stop on the visit to Jerusalem, as this has served as a place for millions of Pilgrims to place their prayers into the stones and have a moment to have a spiritual prayer with those millions of other souls.

Thank ellissea
Reviewed 4 days ago

it is really amazing place, you can pray, leave your wishes written in paper, so we did it too. there you can feel power of religion

Thank Eglė K
Reviewed 6 days ago

A big bucket list item for me, my daughter and I shared a very special moment leaving a prayer in the wall and it was very moving for us both.

Thank Di M
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6 October 2017|
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Response from urbanwalker2 | Reviewed this property |
I can't answer for a UK resident, but pretty much any travel agent can book flights and tours. But you have to first decide if you want a nonsectarian tour, or one that emphasizes Jewish or Christian heritage, or any one of... More
6 October 2017|
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Response from Judith F | Reviewed this property |
We went with out Temple, 250 people in our tour group. A lot of church groups also go together for better rates. They booked our flights at a slightly higher cost but it was convenient. It's hard to do a trip without a... More
Billy H
14 September 2017|
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Response from eram50 | Reviewed this property |
yes, thier is. just ask the men on the downstairs