The old city of Jerusalem is set on hilly terrain and its layout hasn’t changed much since the Middle Ages. Its streets are mostly cobblestone, narrow and stepped alleyways. Only one-way car lanes pass through parts of the Armenian and Jewish Quarters. Being so, touring the old city in a wheelchair can be a challenge, but possible. We have detailed knowledge of the specific alleys where you avoid steps. Although this is a great alternative, it may be a slightly bumpy ride.
However, a few years ago a golf cart service was established and since then has greatly improved the experience of the tour. At $30 per hour, the cart can take up to 5 passengers through most of the Old City attractions. This service is not limited only to disabled people. It is also very appreciated by our senior tourists.