For our Jerusalem must-see series here comes the third and last post (check our previous ones here and here). This time we are sharing the three green spots that you should not to miss! Continue reading
When my father come on a 10-days visit, Matteo and I tought we had to organize something nice. We knew we were mainly going to stay in Tel Aviv and in Jerusalem, to discover the two cities, but we had planned to rent a car, so we tought it was the perfect opportunity to take a little peek at the hills around Jerusalem. Continue reading
Jerusalem is a cradle not only of religion, but also of art and architecture and a nice way of discovering this aspect is of course visiting its museums. There are actually many different types of museum in the city, so of course our suggestions here are completely personal, but we do think that at least through the first three (the must-see ones) you can have an idea of the many strengths that play an important role in Jerusalem. Continue reading
Jerusalem has its own tiny flea market, and of course I’m in love! Continue reading
We have been living in Jerusalem for almost four months now and we have visited the city as much as possible. There are many things to see, so we have planned a series of posts of the must-see in different parts of the city, especially usefull for those who come here for just a short time and don’t want to miss the best.
So here come the 5 must-see of the Old City!
Jerusalem is enchanting. I fell in love with it the first time I visited in 2008. The old city and its contrasts are breathtaking. And when people ask me about it, I just answer that I am firmly convinced that everybody, with religious or non-religious beliefs or with no beliefs at all, should visit this magical place, with its beauty and its infinite problems.