Jerusalem Flights GuideJerusalem is known for being a religious city and a sacred place for Jews, Christians, and Muslims. The Old City hosts many of Jerusalem's well sought after sites including The Temple Mount, The Western Wall and Holy Sepulchre. Standing opposite of the Old City is the Mount of Olives at 2900 feet. The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in Israel and The Tower of David Museum shares Jerusalem history.
Tel Aviv is just an hour's drive north west of Jerusalem making trains and busses available to easily access the city. Cairo is a longer drive but also has trains and busses available to take you from Israel to Egypt.
Jerusalem's high altitude makes for an ideal climate with warm dry summers and chilly, wet winters. The average summertime temperature is a comfortable 24 degrees celsius. Summer brings the peak season in Jerusalem bringing very comfortable temperatures and a lot of crowds especially during the months of July and August. June is a great time to experience the moderate climate with fewer crowds as well as May or October. Travel costs can rise during the month of October as this is the holiday season in Israel.
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