Jewish pilgrims travel to Jerusalem. Throughout the history of Israel and the Jewish people Jerusalem, and until 70CE the Temple itself, was the centre of religious activity in Israel.
To the Jewish people only the Wailing Wall remained of what has been the Temple Mount and The Temple where they worshipped.
At the Wailing Wall during Sukkot
Thousands of Jews travel to the Wailing Wall to pray, make requests, swear oaths (nedarim) or place notes or supplications between the stones of the wall.
Pilgrims go to pray at a specific spot in the Wailing Wall Tunnel (Kotel Tunnel) where they believe they come closest to where the Holy of Holies of the Second Temple stood.
Jewish pilgrims celebrating the centuries old pilgrim festivals also visit the Wailing Wall. It is here where they often receive the Birkat Kohanim.
Jewish pilgrims from all over the world also visit the Cave of Machpela in Hebron as well as the Tomb of Rachel near Bethlehem.
This site also provides Jewish pilgrims with some details on the holy tombs of Tzedakkim in Israel often visited by Jewish people.