Touring on the intermediate days of Sukkot

The East Jerusalem Development Company will be organizing a number of fun adventures and surprises during Hol Hamoed.

By MEITAL SHARABI
October 4, 2017 13:33
VISITORS to the Rosh Hanikra grottoes are given lanterns for night tours and experience a unique lig

VISITORS to the Rosh Hanikra grottoes are given lanterns for night tours and experience a unique light show.. (photo credit: PR)

 
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 Hol Hamoed Sukkot is one of the most exciting times to take family trips around Israel. Everywhere you go you’ll find special attractions, tours and festivals that are connected with the agricultural holiday. Below I’ve compiled a list by region of some of the best options.

JERUSALEM’S OLD CITY

The East Jerusalem Development Company will be organizing a number of fun adventures and surprises during Hol Hamoed. On October 8 to 10, you can join a historical trek across Jerusalem’s Old City, on which you’ll see panoramic views and hear fascinating stories about the history of the Jewish Quarter. You can walk on top of the wall and then crawl into Zedekiah’s Cave with helmets and flashlights. Also called Solomon’s Quarries, the cave is actually a two-hectare underground limestone quarry that runs the length of five city blocks under the Muslim Quarter. Entry limited to age 8 and up.

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