Operators like www.TouristIsrael.com are offering a Christmas Eve in Jerusalem and Bethlehem tour on December 24.
Christmas celebrations have been limited to religious rituals due to the coronavirus.
“With Israel being of major importance to multiple religions, it’s essential that people come to see the sites.”
The museum reveals a rare Eugolia token, believed to have been a souvenir for early Christians during their pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
The Administration will work to prevent crowding through police enforcement.
Christmas celebrations in the biblical town known as Jesus' birthplace are generally attended by thousands of people from across the globe.
Coordination between various security agencies are designed to ensure and protect freedom of worship for all denominations in the city, while also maintaining security and order in the area.
Before its transfer to Bethlehem, the relic was put on display to the public at the Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, encased in a silver-colored ornamental table-top stand.
The holiday offers little escape throughout the region and has been politicized in the Palestinian territories.
There might not be any snow, but that doesn't stop the Christians of the Middle East from celebrating in their own way.