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Who Can Visit Bethlehem-Can anyone accesses Bethlehem?
All tourists who are visiting Bethlehem with a “tourist visa” are allowed to visit Bethlehem. There isn’t any limitation for the number of times a tourist can get in and out of Bethlehem, as long he or she has there passport with a valid Israeli visa.
Is having an Israeli passport stamp inside my passport a problem?
Not at all. Since all tourists to Bethlehem had to access Israel at the beginning, having an Israeli stamp inside your passport isn’t a problem you should worry about at all.
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Bethlehem is one of the most visited destinations in Palestine, with more then 1.5 million annual visitors. The city and the residents of Bethlehem welcome tourists and provide warm and friendly hospitality. The Palestinian police is doing a great job in maintaining peace and quiet in the city for both tourists and residents together.
What is the best time to visit Bethlehem?
As Bethlehem located at the center of the Middle East, the winter here starts around December and ends around February. For those of you who comes from the US, Canada or Europe, you will be positively suprise by the weather, as it’s rarely snowing here, and most winter the tempreture here is around 10 degrees. From March to November it’s probably the best time to make a visit, although take into account the summer here is quite hot and dry
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This is not an issue when crossing to Bethlehem since all visitors to Bethlehem arrive through Israel and it is obvious to the local Palestinian authority that they came through Israeli passport control.
The Israeli stamp is an issue only if you intend to visit an Arab state with no peace agreement with Israel for example – Lebanon, Syria, Iraq or Iran.
- This vast esplanade between the Mosque of Omar and the Church of the Nativity constitutes the tourist centre of Bethlehem. The square as well as much of the Old city underwent renovation from 1998 to 2000. Many events throughout the year take place here, culminating in Christmas Eve, or eves, since the birth of Jesus is celebrated three times: on December 25 by Catholics, January 7 by the Orthodox, and January 19 by Armenians. There are frequent cultural exhibitions, concerts and conferences at the Bethlehem Peace Centre at the square (Tel: 02-276 6677 ww.peacecenter.org) and at the nearby International Centre of Bethlehem (www.annadwa.org, Tel: 02-2770047) just off the square, housing the Al-Kahf Gallery and the Dar Annadwa Arts & Crafts Centre (open daily except Sunday 9:30-19:00) which are well worth a visit
- Pope Paul VI Street, which is in the center of the town, leads down to Manager Square in the heart of the OldHidden among very tall pine trees in a small valley 4km south of Bethlehem, Solomon’s Pools consist of three huge rectangular reservoirs of stone and masonry that can hold 160.000 cubic meters of water. Although tradition attributes these to King Solomon, the pools almost certainly date from the time of Herod and may have been conceived by Pontius Pilate. In the past, the reservoirs collected spring and rainwater and pumped it to Bethlehem and Jerusalem.
Qalat al-Burak, an Ottoman fortress dating back to the 17th century is located near the pools. The fortress was built to protect Solomon’s Pools water source. City. The numerous convents and churches built by European religious congregations have firmly marked the urban landscape, but Bethlehem is above all an oriental city. The neighborhoods around Paul VI Street, and the popular Star and Farahiya Streets offer visitors a model of Arab architecture typical of the Ottoman
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