Day 1: Welcome to Tel Aviv
Welcome to the Ben Gurion Airport. From here you will be transported straight to your Tel-Aviv hotel by our professional team who will accompany you from the arrivals hall in the airport to your Tel-Aviv hotel. The rest of the day will be free for you to use in any way you wish.
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Day 2: Tel Aviv & Jaffa Tour
We will start the trip by picking you from your hotel; we will visit the Diaspora Museum which tells the story of the Jewish people in the Diaspora and their arrival to the land of Israel. From there we will continue to Tel Aviv's main streets, such as Ibn Gabirol Street, Dizengoff, Rothschild and etc. We will stop at the Yitzhak Rabin Memorial, located in the municipality or its more familiar name - Rabin Square. Yitzhak Rabin was the prime minister of Israel and was killed by an assassin in 1994 because of ideological reasons.
From there we will go to one of Israel's oldest cities - Jaffa. The Old City of Jaffa is one of the most beautiful places in Tel Aviv (Jaffa is an area within the city of Tel Aviv) and is full of history. After we see the important things in the region, we will continue towards Tel Aviv's first neighborhood - Neve Tzedek. Neve Tzedek is the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv and is characterized by a special atmosphere.
In recent years, the neighborhood has become one of Tel Aviv's most popular centers, where you can find excellent restaurants, famous designers' shops and more. We will go to the Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian mall known for its stylistic and colorful artists' market which takes place on Fridays. After enjoying the street's atmosphere, we will continue to one of the most famous streets in Tel Aviv - Sheinkin Street, known for its shops and cafes. At this point the trip is over, and from here you will be transferred back to your hotel.
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Day 3: Day of Leisure in Tel Aviv
You can use this free day to take advantage of all the non-stop action Tel Aviv has to offer.
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Day 4: Jerusalem Old and New Tour
This one day tour starts with a view of Jerusalem as seen from atop Mount Olives, looking down at the Old City and the Temple Mount. Mount Olives is also one of the oldest Jewish burial sites, over three hundred years old. We then descend and make our way along the Kidron Valley, offering a view of the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, where according to sources Jesus and his followers prayed the night before his crucifixion. Along the Kidron Valley road we will get a view of the monumental burial tombs situated at the Mount’s feet.
We then proceed into the Old City entering from Mount Zion, past the Armenian Quarter walking along the ancient Byzantine Cardo dating back to the Roman era, with our final stop being the Western Wall (the Kotel). Leading to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre are the Stations of the Cross (Via Dolorosa) which we explore along the way to the church, the site of the crucifixion.
Before leaving the Old City we’ll enjoy a brief strolls in the bazaars located in the Christian and Muslim Quarters. Finish the tour with a short walking into the New City and a visit to Yad VaShem, the Holocaust museum.
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Day 5: Masada & The Dead Sea Tour
We’ll begin our tour descending to the Judean Desert via the Inn of the Good Samaritan. Moving forward we arrive at Masada and then ascent by cable car to tour the remains of the Herodian Fortress, built by King Herod two thousand years ago. Touring the sites, we’ll revisit its history and heritage, relating to the up rise of the Jewish Zealots against their Roman overlords.
We then leave Massada and head towards The Dead Sea, one of the most toured sites in Israel by tourists and locals alike. On shore you could enjoy a mud bath bearing many therapeutic. Dipping in the sea itself is also highly recommended, experiencing the Dead Sea’s unique attributes, allowing for extreme ease of floating and effortless swimming. On our way back we’ll get a view of the Ein Gedi oasis, the Qumran caves where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered and the ancient city of Jericho, the oldest city in existence with settlements dating back to 9000 BCE.
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Day 6: Last day in Tel Aviv
Like all good things, this trip also needs to come to an end eventually…and today is that day. You can spend the last day in your hotel until we leave for the airport. Three and a half hours before your flight we will collect you from your hotel and take you to the airport. We hope to see you again soon among our clients.
The tour includes:
- Five nights accommodation on a Bed & Breakfast basis. Click here for Hotels Class & Prices.
- Three day tours with a professional tour guide.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off.
- Transport by air-conditioned vehicle/bus.
- Entrance fees.
The tour does not include:
- The sequence of the days might be changed. You will receive the final Itinerary once your booking is confirmed.
- Single traveler supplement is required (According to Hotels Class & Prices).
- High season supplement is required (According to Hotels Class & Prices).
- A moderate dress code is required to enter the holy places. Knees and shoulder must be covered.
- Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
- Confirmation will be received 24 - 48 hours post booking.