We arrived in Jerusalem for our last day. We got a bus from Tel Aviv, there is a train that directly connects Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, however the service is highly unreliable and locals vividly told us to opt for the bus instead.
It was raining cats and dogs so unfortunately we had to cut our visit short. First of all, we booked online the day before a free walking tour that departed from Jaffas' gate. One of the entrance to Jerusalem's old town.
The tour was entirely in Spanish, however the company offered tours in a multitude of different languages. With the guide we walked through the different quarters of Jerusalem (Armenian, Christian, Arab, and Jewish) and had a better grasp of the complex history of the city. The tours lasted for 4 long hours, and we had a chance to have an overview of all the important sites of the visits without spending too much time.
After the tour, already soaked in rain, after booking a tour online we visited the western wall from the inside. The place is magical and fashinating, and through the tour you get to understand a little bit more of the history. The inside of the western wall is very dark and angust, if you are claustrophobic this might not be the tour for you.
Unfortunately, we were unable to visit the temple mount as non-Muslims can visit it only during the particular hours of certain days and our time in the city did not include any of these particular hours. Additionaly, the Dome of the Rock can only visited by Muslims, and not Muslims are not allowed entrance under any circumstance.