Every journey begins with a first step ...

The Jerusalem Way is the world's longest pilgrimage and an international peace and culture route!

The Jerusalem Way connects religions and peoples in a unique peace project.

The Jerusalem Way stands for mutual recognition and tolerance.

Love, the most powerful force in the universe, penetrates, illuminates everything and builds bridges between all people!


Pilgrims create openness to encounters, dismantle prejudices and fears, and strengthen trust - basic trust. The supposed boundaries between peoples and religions can be bridged by individuals with love and mutual respect.


Here are some blogs from pilgrims on the Jerusalem Way.


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Rosanna Brusadelli on foot from Switzerland to Jerusalem! As a woman all alone all the way. Incredible!

German POLICEMAN goes to Jerusalem for PEACE!


Hans Graßer, retired police commander and deacon from Bavaria left at Pentecost 2013 to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem! He is now the first to mark the path of peace with the JERUSALEM WAY sticker.

The three of us & the peace team founded by Johannes Aschauer in January 2013 will receive Johann at the film lecture in the Stiftskirche Göttweig and will accompany him to Vienna.

In Vienna, the Jerusalemweg pilgrim's pass and pilgrim's stamp will be issued for the first time, and it is planned that Cardinal Schönborn will personally take over this ceremonial act in St. Stephen's Cathedral! A big, even epochal step and another bridge between the church and the international - religions and peoples - connecting - JERUSALEM WAY peace project!

Finally, an appointment is planned in the UNO City, where hopefully every Jerusalem pilgrim will ring the peace bell there in the future and at the same time receive an official document that underlines the peaceful character of the Jerusalem Way.


Johann Graßer reached JERUSALEM on November 30.11.2013th, XNUMX on foot: Link to his Facebook page


Peter Elstner on foot from Switzerland to Jerusalem!

Paul Silberbaur from Ulm in Germany with his bike on Jerusalemweg!