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Sacred to Jews, Muslims and Christians, and home to some of the most famous sights on Earth, Jerusalem is a city like no other. A fantastic destination for foodies, culture vultures and anyone interested in history and religion, Jerusalem has enough to keep even the most energetic holidaymaker happy.
Peak season in Jerusalem runs from June to September. The weather is normally very hot in the summer months and attractions can be crowded with sightseers. What’s more, as this is the most popular time to visit the city, cheap flights to Jerusalem can be hard to find.
Visit Jerusalem in the spring or autumn months and the city’s sights should be a lot less busy. Cheap deals on flights to Jerusalem are also easier to find in April, May, October and November.
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The main airport serving Jerusalem is Ben Gurion International. Located around 45 minutes from the city, close to Tel Aviv, it handles over 20 million passengers a year and offers a wide choice of flights to both short haul and long haul destinations. From the airport you can catch a train, bus or taxi to your destination or hire a car for your stay in Israel.
A number of airlines offer direct and connecting flights between UK airports and Jerusalem.
Jerusalem has a good public transport network. Buses connect most parts of the city and a newly built light rail network links the northeast suburbs with southwest neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. Public transport in Jerusalem is very limited on Saturdays so make sure you check what’s operating before you travel.
Jerusalem’s Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage site. The Wailing Wall, the Tower of David, the Dome of the Rock and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre are all located in the Old Town, making it easy to see many of Jerusalem’s most important sights in one go.
British passport holders don’t need a visa to travel to Israel for trips of less than three months. Israel is three hours ahead of the UK.