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Travel 76 views Dec 26, 2019
A simple guide to travel to Bethlehem

Bethlehem is a famous historic city in the West Bank, about 10km (6.2 miles) south of Jerusalem. Bethlehem is one of the safest places to visit and it presented itself as a very tourist-friendly city in the world. The best time to visit when temperatures are pleasantly mild throughout the country. If you plan on visiting the Dead Sea or Negev Desert is sure to choose the seasons of spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October). This guide will show you the best things to see and do in Bethlehem and can also be used in an easy way. So, Prepare for your trip to Bethlehem with this simple guide.

 

Touring Bethlehem

There are many tourist attractions in Bethlehem. Such as Church of the Nativity, St.Catherine's Church, Milk Grotto, Manger Square, Old Bethlehem, Museum, Shepherd’s Field (Beit Sahour), Mar Saba Monastery’s. Theodosius Monastery, Herodium, Solomon’s Pools, Hebron, etc. If you are on an organized tour with a travel guide, you can simply stay on the bus without any check-in general.

 

What to do in Bethlehem

Bethlehem’s main attraction is the Christian religious sites. While you’re here, you can take advantage of the myriad souvenir shops and restaurants as well. The popular visiting times are during Christmas and Easter times. In addition, there are some specific Orthodox holidays celebrated. Christians celebrate Jesus’ birthday on Christmas -December 25th for Catholics and Protestants; most Orthodox denominations on January 6th; and Armenian Orthodox on January 19th. Many tourists like better to accompany an organized tour to Bethlehem from Jerusalem. If you prefer to travel individually, you can easily get there from Jerusalem via cab or bus. However, if you travel to Bethlehem from Jerusalem, you’ll enjoy the view of the Judean Hills and for a point of discussion along the way; you might catch a glimpse of the graffiti art on the Security Wall.

 

Shopping & Restaurants

In addition to the religious draw for the town, there are many local shops and restaurants. In fact, shopping and eating are often fused since restaurants and shops have a tendency to share adjoining space. You’ll find several souvenir shops – often the same as you’d find on Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem – just cheaper. Most of the restaurants are fully promoting local foods, with new restaurants adding to an already rich dining scene of long-standing local favorite foods.

 

Bethlehem Accommodation

If you would like to stay on for more than a day trip, there are several Bethlehem hotels and hostels, each type ranging from higher-end to low-budget. Top hotels include the 5-star Jacir Palace Intercontinental Hotel, the 4-star Paradise Hotel, and the 3-star Shepherd’s House Hotel. Top hostels in Bethlehem include the well-known Bethlehem Youth Hostel on Anatreh Street, the House of Peace Guest House on Wad Ma’ali Saff St., and the Sweet Dreams Hostel on Manger Square.

 

Now if you are wondering what should be the best way to have a comfortable visit with full satisfaction then you will need a proper guide. Many companies in Israel providing Bethlehem day tour packages but which one to choose is the tough decision. With my experience, I can recommend you http://elijahtours.com/ for the best deal. One of the renowned and highly experienced team will guide you to make your tour memorable. So, make it happen!