The Streetwise Jerusalem map is a strong, laminated folding map that will survive many consultations throughout your trip. The map covers a huge area, from Bet Zayit in the West, to the Mount of Olives in the East, and Mekor Hayim in the South. Most importantly for me, there is also a special enlarged map of the Old City's chaotic streets. The amount of territory covered to the West of Jerusalem seems disproportionate, as the map plainly shows there isn't much to see there. By contrast, the map's coverage of East Jerusalem abruptly halts at the Mount of Olives. Another problem is the transliteration of Hebrew and Arabic street names, which often do not match up to the English street signs in Jerusalem. I found this very confusing, and the only major drawback to an otherwise very useful map.