After breakfast, proceed to the Jewish Quarter. A special point of interest is the Cardo, the “heart” of the unearthed, main Roman thoroughfare and ancient marketplace.
Visit the Western Wall, and tour the Kotel Tunnels, which show the Western Wall and the Holy Temple as they were in Roman Times until the destruction of the temple in the year 70 CE.
Walk the Via Dolorosa and end with a visit to the Church of Holy Sepulcher. This is, in fact, a complex of various chapels, was built on what was called the Hill of Golgotha.
Later in the afternoon, participate in a lecture by a culinary expert and wine specialist. Then, have dinner at Eucalyptus restaurant, owned by renowned chef Moshe Basson.