Carmel of the Holy Child Jesus, Bethlehem

(5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Soak in the peaceful atmosphere at Carmel of the Holy Child Jesus, an important Christian pilgrimage site. Standing on the hill where the biblical King David was anointed, the small monastery was founded by a member of the Carmelite order. Later, 19th-century Saint Mariam Baouardy was buried here. You can attend the mass and enjoy the sense of spirituality here. To visit Carmel of the Holy Child Jesus on your trip to Bethlehem, use our Bethlehem itinerary maker.
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  • We of Jerusalem are with one of the two buses (Egged ran as next) left from the Damascus Gate drove away. Very cheap and easy, 14NIS for 2 pers. Travel time was also only 45 minutes without passport control, with locals. Exit area is entry point at the same time again. Many taxi drivers who want to take one, wait there, but the walk 10-15 minutes is no problem. Left across the street and then straight ahead. The Church of the Nativity was not crowded. We were around 11.45 am on the spot and not even waiting. We are next to the milk Grotto and took the spot a taxi driver, who has shown us the 5 most famous Banksy graffiti and took us to the wall. Necessarily mean! Fantasy prices leave a smile. There were visited much nearby, but we had no time. Everything was done in 3 hours.
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  • Interesting place. in Betlehem and I recommend this place, the whole city is very interesting and its surroundings.  more »
  • Carmel of the Holy Infant Jesus. Small, but very beautiful inside, all decorated with marble, how would the lights inside. Well, when a few people, you can take a closer look at this spot.
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