Hebron has always been a meeting place for pilgrims, traders, and travelers coming from around the world. The tour takes visitors for a stroll along the narrow streets of the old quarters and gives them a chance to admire Hebron’s ancient perfectly preserved Mameluke architecture. At the same time, travelers can meet and have a chat with Hebron’s welcoming artisans and confectioners selling their goods along the Old City’s alleys. The tour aims to introduce visitors to the rich traditions of Hebron and show that Hebronites strive in preserving their cultural heritage and constantly invest in their future. It will begin with a view of the Hebron City form the rooftop of Lamar, a small charming boutique guesthouse and a walk through the town’s traditional markets. It also includes a visit to Al-Ibrahimi Mosque, the second most important mosque in Palestine, and the fourth holiest place in Islam.