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More than 300,000 visitors in Jerusalem during Sukkot

The Municipality of Jerusalem estimates that more than 300,000 people visited and spent time at the religious and cultural sites of Jerusalem, and toured the city's landscapes during the Sukkot holidays.

 

200,000 pilgrims visited The Western Wall and the main religious sites and many thousands of them also visited the tourist sites in the Old City including The Tower of David Museum, the Walls Promenade, the sites of The Jewish Quarter and The City of David.

The main attraction after the Old City is the Mayor's Sukkah in Safra Square which was visited by tens of thousands of people during "Hol ha Moed".

Tens of thousands of visitors from Jerusalem and all over the country have visited the main tourist and cultural sites of Jerusalem, such as the Israel Museum, the Begin Museum, Simchat Beit Hashoeva events in the neighborhoods, Deer Valley and the Botanical Garden.

According to the Jerusalem Hotels Association, the city's hotels were in September with impressive occupancy.

Among the notable events:

Klezmer performances that took place in Givat Mordechai and the Jewish Quarter, second rounds in the Pat neighborhoods, Homat Shmuel, Yuvalim, Ganim, Baka and Katamon, and a performance by Musa Berlin at Rabbi Kook's house in the city center.

Mayor of Jerusalem, Moshe Leon:

"During the Tishrei holidays, The of Municipality Jerusalem held dozens of events for the whole family throughout the capital, for the benefit of the city's residents and visitors. Tens of thousands of people enjoyed these events, and we are proud of it. This testifies to the love for the city, its sites and its uniqueness."

29/09/2021