Israel Experience for Christian Bible Students

Theme: Landmarks, Walking, Religious

Activity organised by
approved guide

You will discover

  • Ben Gurion Airport
  • Israele
  • Mount Zion
  • Mount of Olives
  • Western Wall
From:
3876.83 €
per group

Book your place

  • Ben Gurion Airport, Israele

  • 1

    Mount Zion

  • 2

    Mount of Olives

  • 3

    Western Wall

  • Ben Gurion Airport, Israele

Schedule

Day
Arrive in

Day 1

4:00 pm                      Arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport

 

Day 2 – Holy Mountains     

7:30 am                      Temple Mount

The place where both temples once stood, according to Jewish tradition, it’s the place where heaven and earth meet, and from which all prayers ascend to heaven.  Over the last 3,000 years, at least 39 different armies have fought over this holy site.  Now, you have an opportunity to see this site for yourself. 

 

Garden of Gethsemane

Take in the surroundings and spend personal time in the area where Jesus spent his last hours before being captured by the Romans.

 

Mt. of Olives

Mentioned by name in the bible, we’ll walk on the mountain, which, according to the prophet Zachariah, will split into two halves in the end of days.  In Christian tradition, this is the place from where Jesus ascended to heaven. 

 

Garden Tomb

For Protestants, this is the site of the Resurrection. 

 

Israel Museum

See the Dead Sea Scrolls, the most ancient biblical texts in existence, dating back approximately 2,000 years.  In addition, the group will be sent on a mission through the museum to locate artifacts and items relevant to places we will visit throughout the rest of the adventure in the Holy Land.

 

9:00 pm                      Meet and Greet / Discussion about Jewish Festivals

As the Jewish festival of Shavuot comes to a close, the group will meet with me over drinks/dessert/etc.  We will get to know each other, and I will give a class on the Jewish festivals mentioned in the Bible.

 

Day 3 – O! Jerusalem

 

8:00 am                      Goldman Promenade

We will begin our day at a special vantage point of Jerusalem.  This particular spot is the best place to understand Jerusalem as a city, for in one view, you can see Jerusalem to the west and the Judean Desert to the east. 

 

9:00 am                      City of David

The place where Jerusalem began.  Using the Bible as our guide, we’ll explore the city that King David turned into the eternal capital of the Jewish people.  In addition, from the Siloam Pool, we will walk up a 2,000 year old drainage canal and arrive at the southwestern corner of the Temple Mount, inside the area of the Davidson Center and Southern Wall excavations.

 

12:00 pm                    Davidson Center / Southern Wall Excavations

What was it like to be a pilgrim in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago, at the time of the Second Temple, at the time of Jesus?  This is the best site in the entire world to relive that experience.  We’ll walk on the same road where the pilgrims walked, see the shops that they frequented, walk up the original steps leading to the southern gate of the Temple Mount, and more.  We will also explore the area via a virtual model based on archaeological finds that reconstructs Jerusalem from 2,000 years ago. 

 

1:30 pm                      Lunch in the Old City of Jerusalem

 

2:30 pm                      Herodian Quarter

Three meters below the current street level lies a 2,000 year-old neighborhood.  We’ll descend into the ruins and see how people lived at the end of the Second Temple Period, as well as discuss what Jewish society looked like in Jerusalem at that period.

 

3:15 pm                      Sites in the Jewish Quarter

We will explore several “can’t miss” highlights that help us to understand the story of Jerusalem and of the Jewish people over the last 3,000 years, including sites from First Temple Period up through modern times. 

 

4:00 pm                      The Upper Room

We ourselves will stand at the traditional site identified as that of the Last Supper and the Pentecost.

 

4:45 pm                      Kettef Hinom Tombs

In the category of “visible from the beaten path,”  we will visit this often overlooked series of First Temple Period burial caves and talk about the treasures found there, including the oldest written biblical verses ever found in the world. 

 

5:15 pm                      Bible Hill

Another jewel-of-a-site hidden in plain view, we will open up our bibles and read the description of this exact geographical location, as well as talk about the critical story and decisions that took place on this very hill, and how they ultimately led to the end of the period of the Judges and the creation of the Jewish monarchy.  

 

6:00 pm                      Dinner

 

                                   Free Night

 

Day 4 – Walking the Bible

 

8:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:00 am                      Tel Azeka

Talk about the famous battle between David and Goliath in the place it actually happened.

 

10:30 am                    Bar Kochba Caves at Khirbet Midras

Crawl through a system of caves used by Jewish rebels during the Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135 AD) as we retell the story of this revolt, its fighters, and its impact on history.

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch at Lachish

                                   Perhaps we’ll bring a barbecue and grill it up at the nice park here. 

 

1:30 pm                      Tel Lachish

Lachish, often forgotten, was the second most important city in all of Judah (after Jerusalem).  We’ll open our bibles to learn the story, as well as see the only still in-tact Assyrian siege ramp in the world. 

 

3:00 pm                      Tel Gezer

One of three cities mentioned in the bible as being fortified by King Solomon, we’ll explore the archaeological site and learn the story of the Gezer Calendar, one of the oldest Hebrew inscriptions ever found. 

 

4:30 pm                      Jaffa

An important ancient city mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments, we’ll learn about the role Jaffa played in each.  Today, Jaffa is a beautiful little suburb of Tel Aviv, with an artists’ quarter, nice shops, and a bustling marketplace.  A good place to wander around and grab a bite to eat.

 

                                   Dinner and Free Time in Jaffa

 

8:00 pm                      Arrive back in to Jerusalem

 

TBD                           Western Wall Tunnels

Walk along the entire length of the Western Wall, most of which is underneath the current street level.  In the process, we will arrive at the closest spot we can get to the Holy of Holies without being on the Temple Mount.    

 

 

Day 5 – The Judean Desert: A Place of Refuge

 

7:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

8:30 am                      Masada

We will explore Masada in a way most people never will.  The day will begin by hiking around the northern side of the mountain, past many of the Roman siege camps.  We will then ascend the mountain via the Roman ramp.  What is the story of this nearly impregnable desert fortress that fell to the Romans in 74 AD?  Who were the people who lived here?  And why did it become such a prominent symbol in modern times?  We will answer all of these questions and more.  At the end, we will descend via the snake path and walk through the new museum located at the mountain.  

 

3:30 pm                      Dead Sea

The lowest place on earth, and what Pliny the Elder called one of the “three wonders of the land of Judea.” 

 

6:00 pm                      Dinner at Eretz Bereshit in the Judean Desert

On the way back to Jerusalem, we will stop for a middle-eastern style meal of pita, kabobs, salads, and much more on a little hilltop in the desert. 

 

7:30 pm                      Return to Jerusalem

 

                                   Free Evening

 

Day 6 – The Galilee of Jesus, Tel Hazor, and the Golan Heights

 

7:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:00 am                      Migdal

Also known as “Magdala,” the hometown of Mary Magdalene, this newly-excavated town from the end of the Second Temple Period is one of the best places not only to understand what was a town in the Galilee in the time of Jesus, but to see one of the places where he probably walked, preached, and spent time. 

 

10:00 am                    Kibbutz Ginnosar

We will see a 2,000 year old boat that was found in the Sea of Galilee, and hear the story of the excavation and preservation of the boat. 

 

11:15 am                    Capernaeum

One of the most important towns mentioned in the New Testament, we will explore this town, walking in the footsteps of Jesus. 

 

12:45 pm                    Lunch

 

3:00 pm                      Tel Hazor

Perhaps the most important archaeological site in all of Israel, we’ll use the bible as a guide to explore the ancient city of Hazor and read the numerous biblical stories connect with this site. 

 

4:45 pm                      Mt. Avi Tal Lookout

Jumping back into modern times, we’ll glance over into Syria and get an understanding of the modern geo-political realities facing the state of Israel.

 

6:00 pm                      Mitzpe Shalom Lookout

Standing at Syrian bunkers from pre-1967, we’ll get an understanding of the strategic importance of the Golan Heights to Israel. 

 

6:30 pm                      Dinner at Kibbutz Ein Gev Fish Restaurant

Instead of merely reading about the disciples of Jesus eating fish, we ourselves will dine on fish from the Sea of Galilee.

 

8:00 pm                      Night Cruise on the Sea of Galilee

Take a relaxing, but surprisingly spiritual boat ride on the waters of the Sea of Galilee.

 

9:30 pm                      Head back to Jerusalem

 

Day 7 – Spirituality and Physicality                      

9:00 am                      Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum

One of the most important sites for understanding the psyche of the modern Jewish people and modern state of Israel, as well as a place that will reveal to us just how little we understand about how G-d works. 

 

12:00 pm                    Lunch

 

1:30 pm                      Herodion

Explore one of the most grandiose building projects of Herod, and see the place he chose to be his final resting place.

 

3:30 pm                      Shuk Mahane Yehuda

Experience the sights, smells, and tastes of Jerusalem’s main market as Jerusalem’s Jewish residents prepare for the Sabbath. 

 

4:30 pm                      Return to Hotel to Prepare for Shabbat

 

7:00 pm                      Shabbat Experience at the Western Wall

                                    See how Jews welcome the Sabbath at the Holiest of all Jewish sites. 

 

Shabbat Dinner with Host Families

Since receiving the Torah on Mt. Sinai, Jews have been keeping the Sabbath.  Learn what “keeping and remembering the Sabbath” means today, by experiencing a traditional Sabbath meal with host families. 

 

Day 8 – Bethlehem and Jericho

 

Bethlehem

Explore King David’s hometown, as well as the place where Jesus was born.

 

Hike through Nahal Prat

With the Bible as our guide, hike through the riverbed mentioned in the book of Jeremiah until arriving at one of the palaces of Herod, at the ancient city of Jericho. 

 

Jericho

Explore one of the oldest cities in the world, learn the biblical stories associated with this first city conquered by Joshua and the Israelites as the crossed into the Promised Land, and visit the traditional spot of one of the Temptations of Jesus. 

 

Day 9 – Grandeur and Destruction in the North

 

8:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:30 am                      Caesarea

See the amazing ruins of this city built by King Herod to be the largest port in the Mediterranean.  Learn the stories associated with the city, and hear about the personalities that passed through this place. 

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch

 

2:00 pm                      Tel Megiddo

The namesake of Armageddon, we’ll explore this strategically-important biblical city, using the Bible as a guide. 

 

4:00 pm                      Tzippori

The “Capital of the Galilee” at the time of Jesus, we’ll walk through the city where Jesus undoubtedly spent much of his time (even though it is not mentioned in the New Testament), and see some of the most beautiful ancient mosaics in the land of Israel. 

 

6:00 pm                      Tel Yodfat

Not just another town in the Galilee from the end of the Second Temple Period, Yodfat was Josephus’ headquarters when he fought the Romans.  After the fall of this fortress, Josephus went over to the Romans and became one of the most important historians the world has ever known.  Here, we’ll see the fortifications that he built, learn the story of the battle, and tell Josephus’ own story, thereby putting a face behind the stories that we know so well.

 

7:30 pm                      Dinner in the Galilee

 

9:00 pm                      Depart for Jerusalem

 

Day 10 – Israel: A Light Among the Nations

 

9:00 am                      Check out of Hotel

 

9:30 am                      Shevet Achim

Shevet Achim is an organization that brings children with heart problems from countries all over the Middle East to Israel for life-saving operations. 

 

11:30 am                    Mevasseret Tzion Absorption Center

In order to absorb thousands of new immigrants each year, the state of Israel set up “Absorption Centers,” which are campuses designed to house new immigrants when they first arrive.  The immigrants live at the centers, learn Hebrew, and participate in educational workshops designed to integrate them into their new home.  This particular center houses many of the immigrants from Ethiopia.  We will tour the facilities and meet with some of the residents. 

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch

 

2:00 pm                      Volunteer with Leket (www.leket.org.il)

Learn about biblical commandments regarding farming and volunteer gleaning crops from fields, just like the actions of Ruth described in the bible.  All the produce collected will go and help the poor and needy in the Land of Israel. 

 

5:00 pm                      Dialogue in the Dark – The Blind Museum

In this interactive museum, participants are led by blind guides, and get a feel for what life is like as a blind person. 

 

6:30 pm                      Farewell Dinner

 

7:30 pm                      Head to the Airport

 

11:00 pm                    Depart Ben-Gurion Airport           

Day 1
Arrive in

Day 1

4:00 pm                      Arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport

 

 

Day 2
Arrive in

Day 2 – Holy Mountains     

7:30 am                      Temple Mount

The place where both temples once stood, according to Jewish tradition, it’s the place where heaven and earth meet, and from which all prayers ascend to heaven.  Over the last 3,000 years, at least 39 different armies have fought over this holy site.  Now, you have an opportunity to see this site for yourself. 

 

Garden of Gethsemane

Take in the surroundings and spend personal time in the area where Jesus spent his last hours before being captured by the Romans.

 

Mt. of Olives

Mentioned by name in the bible, we’ll walk on the mountain, which, according to the prophet Zachariah, will split into two halves in the end of days.  In Christian tradition, this is the place from where Jesus ascended to heaven. 

 

Garden Tomb

For Protestants, this is the site of the Resurrection. 

 

Israel Museum

See the Dead Sea Scrolls, the most ancient biblical texts in existence, dating back approximately 2,000 years.  In addition, the group will be sent on a mission through the museum to locate artifacts and items relevant to places we will visit throughout the rest of the adventure in the Holy Land.

 

9:00 pm                      Meet and Greet / Discussion about Jewish Festivals

As the Jewish festival of Shavuot comes to a close, the group will meet with me over drinks/dessert/etc.  We will get to know each other, and I will give a class on the Jewish festivals mentioned in the Bible.

 

Day 3
Arrive in

Day 3 – O! Jerusalem

 

8:00 am                      Goldman Promenade

We will begin our day at a special vantage point of Jerusalem.  This particular spot is the best place to understand Jerusalem as a city, for in one view, you can see Jerusalem to the west and the Judean Desert to the east. 

 

9:00 am                      City of David

The place where Jerusalem began.  Using the Bible as our guide, we’ll explore the city that King David turned into the eternal capital of the Jewish people.  In addition, from the Siloam Pool, we will walk up a 2,000 year old drainage canal and arrive at the southwestern corner of the Temple Mount, inside the area of the Davidson Center and Southern Wall excavations.

 

12:00 pm                    Davidson Center / Southern Wall Excavations

What was it like to be a pilgrim in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago, at the time of the Second Temple, at the time of Jesus?  This is the best site in the entire world to relive that experience.  We’ll walk on the same road where the pilgrims walked, see the shops that they frequented, walk up the original steps leading to the southern gate of the Temple Mount, and more.  We will also explore the area via a virtual model based on archaeological finds that reconstructs Jerusalem from 2,000 years ago. 

 

1:30 pm                      Lunch in the Old City of Jerusalem

 

2:30 pm                      Herodian Quarter

Three meters below the current street level lies a 2,000 year-old neighborhood.  We’ll descend into the ruins and see how people lived at the end of the Second Temple Period, as well as discuss what Jewish society looked like in Jerusalem at that period.

 

3:15 pm                      Sites in the Jewish Quarter

We will explore several “can’t miss” highlights that help us to understand the story of Jerusalem and of the Jewish people over the last 3,000 years, including sites from First Temple Period up through modern times. 

 

4:00 pm                      The Upper Room

We ourselves will stand at the traditional site identified as that of the Last Supper and the Pentecost.

 

4:45 pm                      Kettef Hinom Tombs

In the category of “visible from the beaten path,”  we will visit this often overlooked series of First Temple Period burial caves and talk about the treasures found there, including the oldest written biblical verses ever found in the world. 

 

5:15 pm                      Bible Hill

Another jewel-of-a-site hidden in plain view, we will open up our bibles and read the description of this exact geographical location, as well as talk about the critical story and decisions that took place on this very hill, and how they ultimately led to the end of the period of the Judges and the creation of the Jewish monarchy.  

 

6:00 pm                      Dinner

 

                                   Free Night

 

Day 4
Arrive in

 

Day 4 – Walking the Bible

 

8:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:00 am                      Tel Azeka

Talk about the famous battle between David and Goliath in the place it actually happened.

 

10:30 am                    Bar Kochba Caves at Khirbet Midras

Crawl through a system of caves used by Jewish rebels during the Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135 AD) as we retell the story of this revolt, its fighters, and its impact on history.

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch at Lachish

                                   Perhaps we’ll bring a barbecue and grill it up at the nice park here. 

 

1:30 pm                      Tel Lachish

Lachish, often forgotten, was the second most important city in all of Judah (after Jerusalem).  We’ll open our bibles to learn the story, as well as see the only still in-tact Assyrian siege ramp in the world. 

 

3:00 pm                      Tel Gezer

One of three cities mentioned in the bible as being fortified by King Solomon, we’ll explore the archaeological site and learn the story of the Gezer Calendar, one of the oldest Hebrew inscriptions ever found. 

 

4:30 pm                      Jaffa

An important ancient city mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments, we’ll learn about the role Jaffa played in each.  Today, Jaffa is a beautiful little suburb of Tel Aviv, with an artists’ quarter, nice shops, and a bustling marketplace.  A good place to wander around and grab a bite to eat.

 

                                   Dinner and Free Time in Jaffa

 

8:00 pm                      Arrive back in to Jerusalem

 

TBD                           Western Wall Tunnels

Walk along the entire length of the Western Wall, most of which is underneath the current street level.  In the process, we will arrive at the closest spot we can get to the Holy of Holies without being on the Temple Mount.    

 

 

Day 5
Arrive in

Day 5 – The Judean Desert: A Place of Refuge

 

7:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

8:30 am                      Masada

We will explore Masada in a way most people never will.  The day will begin by hiking around the northern side of the mountain, past many of the Roman siege camps.  We will then ascend the mountain via the Roman ramp.  What is the story of this nearly impregnable desert fortress that fell to the Romans in 74 AD?  Who were the people who lived here?  And why did it become such a prominent symbol in modern times?  We will answer all of these questions and more.  At the end, we will descend via the snake path and walk through the new museum located at the mountain.  

 

3:30 pm                      Dead Sea

The lowest place on earth, and what Pliny the Elder called one of the “three wonders of the land of Judea.” 

 

6:00 pm                      Dinner at Eretz Bereshit in the Judean Desert

On the way back to Jerusalem, we will stop for a middle-eastern style meal of pita, kabobs, salads, and much more on a little hilltop in the desert. 

 

7:30 pm                      Return to Jerusalem

 

                                   Free Evening

Day 6
Arrive in

 

Day 6 – The Galilee of Jesus, Tel Hazor, and the Golan Heights

 

7:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:00 am                      Migdal

Also known as “Magdala,” the hometown of Mary Magdalene, this newly-excavated town from the end of the Second Temple Period is one of the best places not only to understand what was a town in the Galilee in the time of Jesus, but to see one of the places where he probably walked, preached, and spent time. 

 

10:00 am                    Kibbutz Ginnosar

We will see a 2,000 year old boat that was found in the Sea of Galilee, and hear the story of the excavation and preservation of the boat. 

 

11:15 am                    Capernaeum

One of the most important towns mentioned in the New Testament, we will explore this town, walking in the footsteps of Jesus. 

 

12:45 pm                    Lunch

 

3:00 pm                      Tel Hazor

Perhaps the most important archaeological site in all of Israel, we’ll use the bible as a guide to explore the ancient city of Hazor and read the numerous biblical stories connect with this site. 

 

4:45 pm                      Mt. Avi Tal Lookout

Jumping back into modern times, we’ll glance over into Syria and get an understanding of the modern geo-political realities facing the state of Israel.

 

6:00 pm                      Mitzpe Shalom Lookout

Standing at Syrian bunkers from pre-1967, we’ll get an understanding of the strategic importance of the Golan Heights to Israel. 

 

6:30 pm                      Dinner at Kibbutz Ein Gev Fish Restaurant

Instead of merely reading about the disciples of Jesus eating fish, we ourselves will dine on fish from the Sea of Galilee.

 

8:00 pm                      Night Cruise on the Sea of Galilee

Take a relaxing, but surprisingly spiritual boat ride on the waters of the Sea of Galilee.

 

9:30 pm                      Head back to Jerusalem

     

Day 7
Arrive in

Day 7 – Spirituality and Physicality                      

9:00 am                      Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum

One of the most important sites for understanding the psyche of the modern Jewish people and modern state of Israel, as well as a place that will reveal to us just how little we understand about how G-d works. 

 

12:00 pm                    Lunch

 

1:30 pm                      Herodion

Explore one of the most grandiose building projects of Herod, and see the place he chose to be his final resting place.

 

3:30 pm                      Shuk Mahane Yehuda

Experience the sights, smells, and tastes of Jerusalem’s main market as Jerusalem’s Jewish residents prepare for the Sabbath. 

 

4:30 pm                      Return to Hotel to Prepare for Shabbat

 

7:00 pm                      Shabbat Experience at the Western Wall

                                    See how Jews welcome the Sabbath at the Holiest of all Jewish sites. 

 

Shabbat Dinner with Host Families

Since receiving the Torah on Mt. Sinai, Jews have been keeping the Sabbath.  Learn what “keeping and remembering the Sabbath” means today, by experiencing a traditional Sabbath meal with host families. 

 

Day 8
Arrive in

 

Day 8 – Bethlehem and Jericho

 

Bethlehem

Explore King David’s hometown, as well as the place where Jesus was born.

 

Hike through Nahal Prat

With the Bible as our guide, hike through the riverbed mentioned in the book of Jeremiah until arriving at one of the palaces of Herod, at the ancient city of Jericho. 

 

Jericho

Explore one of the oldest cities in the world, learn the biblical stories associated with this first city conquered by Joshua and the Israelites as the crossed into the Promised Land, and visit the traditional spot of one of the Temptations of Jesus. 

 

Day 9
Arrive in

 

Day 9 – Grandeur and Destruction in the North

 

8:00 am                      Depart Jerusalem

 

9:30 am                      Caesarea

See the amazing ruins of this city built by King Herod to be the largest port in the Mediterranean.  Learn the stories associated with the city, and hear about the personalities that passed through this place. 

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch

 

2:00 pm                      Tel Megiddo

The namesake of Armageddon, we’ll explore this strategically-important biblical city, using the Bible as a guide. 

 

4:00 pm                      Tzippori

The “Capital of the Galilee” at the time of Jesus, we’ll walk through the city where Jesus undoubtedly spent much of his time (even though it is not mentioned in the New Testament), and see some of the most beautiful ancient mosaics in the land of Israel. 

 

6:00 pm                      Tel Yodfat

Not just another town in the Galilee from the end of the Second Temple Period, Yodfat was Josephus’ headquarters when he fought the Romans.  After the fall of this fortress, Josephus went over to the Romans and became one of the most important historians the world has ever known.  Here, we’ll see the fortifications that he built, learn the story of the battle, and tell Josephus’ own story, thereby putting a face behind the stories that we know so well.

 

7:30 pm                      Dinner in the Galilee

 

9:00 pm                      Depart for Jerusalem

     

Day 10
Arrive in

 

Day 10 – Israel: A Light Among the Nations

 

9:00 am                      Check out of Hotel

 

9:30 am                      Shevet Achim

Shevet Achim is an organization that brings children with heart problems from countries all over the Middle East to Israel for life-saving operations. 

 

11:30 am                    Mevasseret Tzion Absorption Center

In order to absorb thousands of new immigrants each year, the state of Israel set up “Absorption Centers,” which are campuses designed to house new immigrants when they first arrive.  The immigrants live at the centers, learn Hebrew, and participate in educational workshops designed to integrate them into their new home.  This particular center houses many of the immigrants from Ethiopia.  We will tour the facilities and meet with some of the residents. 

 

12:30 pm                    Lunch

 

2:00 pm                      Volunteer with Leket (www.leket.org.il)

Learn about biblical commandments regarding farming and volunteer gleaning crops from fields, just like the actions of Ruth described in the bible.  All the produce collected will go and help the poor and needy in the Land of Israel. 

 

5:00 pm                      Dialogue in the Dark – The Blind Museum

In this interactive museum, participants are led by blind guides, and get a feel for what life is like as a blind person. 

 

6:30 pm                      Farewell Dinner

 

7:30 pm                      Head to the Airport

 

11:00 pm                    Depart Ben-Gurion Airport         

       

Theme

  • Landmarks
  • Walking
  • Religious

Additional Information

The price not include entrance fees, meals, or other external costs. 

Reviews

0 0
0 Reviews

Description

Duration: 10 Days
Language: English
Suitable for Children:
Maximum number of participants: 15

More than 10724 certified tour guides

in over

More than 8000 guided tours

Tailor made or already prepared visits

You can choose!

Contact for free

Talk to your guides in order to prepare your visit!

Secure Payment

And no booking fees

Customer service

In 5 languages