You can walk the stations of the cross along this route. Some groups carry crosses as they move through the area. It takes you throuhg the old city.
It was a great experience seeing and walking through what Jesus had been. This place is just amazing. It was a lot of walking, all kinds of elevations and pavements. Not advisable for people with canes or walkers or definetely no wheelchairs. The line on the 12th station was so packed, shoulder to shoulder, people trying to touched the stone... More
If you are in Jerusallem it' s a must to visit this place! It's amazing to walck in the same place where Jesus was so long time ago! Since than the place has changed a lot, now are a lot of shops and hundreds of people! You should visit this place in the morning or afternoon when is not so... More
This is a hard walk cobbled streets, hilly and some bantering some shop keepers, but if you try to focus on the walk you will have a tiny insight into how difficult it must have been for the Lord to carry a heavy cross. I struggled and had to keep stopping. Even if you have walking difficulties this is doable... More
It is a must do when in Jerusalem for various reasons. One obviously to understand what Jesus went through and to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible. Two, to see how much has changed since then. The various shops were not there when Jesus walked this road and to imagine him walking up this hill is such a humbeling... More
The idea of walking in the footsteps of Jesus as he went to his death can be an incredibly deep and meaningful journey. The simple truth is that there is some doubt about whether this is or was not the journey route, it has changed once and some arguments seem to be that he was tried at the citadel by... More
If one is a Christian, this place is a must visit. The various stations are very interesting and the inscriptions on them equally intriguing. We took a guide with us so the place was not hard to find. I even bought a souvenir from the shops nearby. It was a pleasant walk.
We walked the Stations on Via Dolorosa which took 2 trips to find all of them. With the amount of 'shops' and people trying to get you to buy souvenirs or us them as a guide, it was difficult to find each station. They are marked discretely on the walls and easy to miss. Take your time and you will... More
It took us several visits to The Old City to thoroughly see all 14 Stations of the Cross. The first 3 Stations are within the Muslim Quarter, the remaineder in the Christian Quarter. We began to visit the Stations on a Friday, led by a number of Franciscan monks. It was around 16:30, so the Muslim Asr prayers prayers were... More
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