Introduction to Jerusalem: A Guide to the Holy City
Travel to Jerusalem with Confidence and Get the Most Out of Your Visit!
A guide to Jerusalem to help you get the most out of a short visit to the holy city. If you only have a few days, or just one, then here's how to plan your trip to the max!
Travel to Jerusalem with confidence – armed with the Jerusalem Insider's Guide's new guidebook, Introduction to Jerusalem: A Guide to the Holy City.
Jerusalem is one of the most fascinating destinations you’ll ever visit. You could spend months here and still barely scratch the surface of all there is to discover. Most people don't have months, however – just a few days, if you're lucky. To help you make the most of your time here, I've put together this guide to help you plan your trip, based on the questions people most frequently ask us.
If you have questions like:
How do I get there from the airport?
What major sites should I not miss?
How do I change money?
Is it safe?
What's the best time to travel to Jerusalem?
Where can I grab a quick bite to eat?
This book will answer them – and many more.
Introduction to Jerusalem will help you prepare for your trip, tells you where to go, what to see and how to make the most of your trip.
Who is This Guide for?
If you want to know what to expect when you travel to Jerusalem, and like to decide for yourself what you want to do – then this book is for you, whether you want to visit Jerusalem on your own, or be able to tell a tour guide what's tops on your must-see list.
If you want an organized tour, where everything is fully arranged for you, you might be better off contacting a travel agent – but at least, armed with this book, you’ll have a better idea of what you’re in for!
After reading this guide you should be able to decide:
How to prepare for your trip
What to pack
When you will go,
How you will get around,
What you want to see and do while here.
Why an E-Book?
Why should you buy an e-book rather than a printed book? Here’s why:
The biggest advantage of an e-book is the instant delivery. You have your book right away – no waiting for mail delivery, and best of all, no packaging or shipping to pay for.
Publishing a hard copy guide book and distributing it to bookstores takes a long time. The information in travel guide books is usually at least one year old, often older. But this e-book is updated all the time and has current information and prices for 2012– you’ll have the latest information at your fingertips.
An e-book combines the best of both worlds – you get embedded links for easy online searching, and the most up to date information. And when it’s time to pack your bag and turn off the computer, just print it out and take it with you!