P.O. Box 11381
Phone: +972 2 676 0911
The entrance to the Jerusalem Global Gateway is near the intersection of Derech HaRosmarin and Hebron Road, opposite the Palestinian neighborhood of Beit Safafa. From the hilltop, Gateway guests may view the town of Bethlehem, Mar Elias Monastery, and the Herodium, a colossal fortress built by King Herod the Great.
On a clear day, visitors can see the mountains on the eastern side of the Jordan Rift Valley, which rise up over the Dead Sea. Both the Old City of Jerusalem and the city center of West Jerusalem are a 20-minute bus or taxi ride from the Gateway. The main entrance to Bethlehem is a five-minute walk and from there, visitors can easily find the Church of the Nativity or visit the historically Christian villages of Beit Sahour and Beit Jala.