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Tours from Tel Aviv

egular one-day guided tours in small groups up to 16 people with departure from Tel Aviv.

Bethlehem and Jerusalem’s Old City

1* Bethlehem. One of the oldest temples of the Holy Land – Church of the Nativity on the birthplace of the Savior: Cave of the Nativity, the cave of St. Jerome, the miraculous icon of the Mother of God “of Bethlehem.”

Panorama of Jerusalem from the top of Olives (Olives) mountain – the place of the Ascension of Jesus Christ. Shrines of the OldTown, the monasteries and churches (briefly): Russian Holy Ascension Monastery. The place of the Ascension of Jesus Christ. Russian Monastery of Mary Magdalene. FranciscanChurch “Dominus Flevit” on the spot where Jesus wept for the future status of Jerusalem. Carmelite Monastery “Pater Noster”, where Jesus taught the apostles of prayer “Our Father”. The Garden of Gethsemane to the tomb of the Blessed Virgin. OldTown: the Christian Quarter. The last stop of the Cross. Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

The Jewish quarter: the Wailing Wall – the greatest Jewish shrine, where the note is left to plead with the Almighty. Muslim Quarter: Panorama of the TempleMount, “the Dome above the Rock” and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

* When visiting Bethlehem (Palestinian Authority) tourists must have passports.

Tour are conducted on Wednesdays, Saturdays
Price per person $ 85

Bethlehem, and the monasteries of Jerusalem. From the Nativity to the Ascension

2Panorama of Jerusalem from the top of Olives (Olives) mountain – the place of the Ascension of Jesus Christ. Shrines of the OldTown, the monasteries and churches (briefly): Russian Holy Ascension Monastery. The place of the Ascension of Jesus Christ. Russian Monastery of Mary Magdalene. FranciscanChurch “Dominus Flevit” on the spot where Jesus wept for the future status of Jerusalem. Carmelite Monastery “Pater Noster”, where Jesus taught the apostles of prayer “Our Father”. The Garden of Gethsemane. Cave church with the tomb of the Blessed Virgin. Miraculous Icon of the Mother of God, “Jerusalem.”Bethlehem. * One of the oldest temples of the Holy Land. Church of the Nativity on the birthplace of the Savior: Cave of the Nativity, the cave of St. Jerome, the miraculous icon of the Mother of God, “Bethlehem.” When you visit Bethlehem (Palestinian Authority) tourists must have passports.

Ein Karem – a picturesque neighborhood of Jerusalem, where it is believed John the Baptist was born, and where there was a meeting of Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist and the Virgin Mary. The source of the Virgin Mary. Monasteries and temples of the City of Judah. Modern neighborhoods of Jerusalem.

Familiarity with Jewish tradition – a celebration of Shabbat (the Sabbath).

* When visiting Bethlehem (Palestinian Authority) tourists must have passports.

Tour is conducted      on Mondays
Price per person$ 95
  Jerusalem. Old Town – interweaving of times and religions
 3Christian Quarter: Stations of the Cross (Via Dolorosa), in which Jesus Christ came to the place of his death on the cross. Judgment threshold gates, “Eye of the Needle” (Aleksandrovskoe farmstead). Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Adoration of the Holy Sepulcher. Calvary. Stone of Anointing. Place of gaining the life-giving Cross. Mount Zion. Room of the Last Supper. Tomb of King David. Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. The Armenian Quarter (briefly): Church of CERs. James, the Armenian Patriarchate. Jewish quarter. Walking the streets of the quarter, modern houses and the remains of buildings from the First and Second Temples of Jerusalem. Cardo Street – the main street of the city since the Roman Empire. The Wailing Wall – the greatest Jewish shrine, where the note is left to plead with the Almighty. Muslim Quarter: Panorama of the Temple Mount, “the Dome of the Rock” and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Arab market.
Tour is conducted on Saturdays
Price per person $ 85

Jerusalem – the cradle of civilization (with a visit to the Temple Mount as possible)

4Panorama of Jerusalem from the top of Olives (Olives) mountain – the place of the Ascension of Jesus Christ. The Garden of Gethsemane to the tomb of the Virgin of Jehoshaphat (Kidron) Valley – the place of the Last Judgement.

Old City of Jerusalem: Christian quarter Stations of the Cross (Via Dolorosa), in which Jesus Christ came to the place of his death on the cross. Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Adoration of the Holy Sepulcher. Calvary. Stone of Anointing. Place of gaining the life-giving Cross. Mount Zion. Room of the Last Supper. Tomb of King David. Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. Jewish quarter. Walking the streets of the quarter, modern houses and the remains of buildings from the First and Second Temples of Jerusalem. Cardo Street – the main street of the city since the Roman Empire. The Wailing Wall – the greatest Jewish shrine, where the note is left to plead with the Almighty. Muslim Quarter: Panorama of the Temple Mount (visit if possible). In the biblical tradition, the place of sacrifice by Abraham of his son Isaac. At this location 10 v.d.n.e. The temple was built by Solomon (“House of God on earth”) and is located. Qubbat-a-Sahra (“Golden Dome”) – the third holiest shrine in Islam and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Attending religious neighborhoods, churches, mosques, synagogues – just in clothing that covers the shoulders and knees

Tour is conducted      on Sundays
Price per person$ 85
  Biblical stories of Jericho and the Judean desert monasteries **

5JudeanDesert – the birthplace of Christianity, the first monasteries in the Holy Land.

“Good Samaritan Shelter” (passing) at the scene of biblical parables told by Jesus Christ. Panorama Hozevita George Monastery in Wadi Kelt.

Jericho (Palestinian Authority) – one of the oldest cities in the world, founded more than 10,000 ago. “Jericho pipe” – the biblical story of the capture of the Israelis. Mountain Quarantal (SorokodnevnayaMountain) Monastery and the Temptations, the site of the devil tempted Jesus, the prophet Elisha Greek temple with the Tree of Zacchaeus righteous (“biblical fig tree”), the source of St. Elisha, the ruins of the palace of the Caliph Hisham VIII century. BC Bethabara (Kasr El Yaud) – a true place of Baptism of Jesus Christ in the waters of the Jordan River.

Gerasimos Monastery of Jordan.

Additional expenses paid visit – $ 10 people.

When visiting Jericho (Palestinian Authority) tourists must have passport

Tour is conducted on Fridays
Price per person$ 95
  Cities of the Mediterranean coast

6Caesarea, a port city, commercial and cultural center of the Roman Empire, built by King Herod, the residence of the Roman procurators. According to legend, this is where the Crusaders kept the Grail and from here have taken her to Europe.

Haifa (tour) – a city rich in history, the world center of the Bahai religion with the famous hanging gardens and the center of the Order of Carmelites. Mount Carmel (Carmel) to the cave of the prophet Elijah.

History of the German Colony in Haifa

Acre – a city with a long history: in ancient Egyptian papyrus 19 BC found mention of this city, and in the 12th century. the city became the capital of the Crusader kingdom. Visit the underground halls of chivalry. Old City of Acre on the list of cities under the auspices of UNESCO

Tour is conducted on Wedndays
Price per person$ 95
Tel Aviv – Jaffa (a half-day city tour – a gift from the Diamond Exchange)
7 Old Jaffa (Joppa), where according to legend, Noah built his ark and Perseus freed Andromeda. Walking along the streets that recall and Alexander the Great, and Richard the Lionheart, and Napoleon. Here begins the pilgrimage route to Jerusalem. Tel Aviv – a cultural and tourist center of Israel. The Israeli Diamond Exchange, one of the largest in the world. “From the diamond to the diamond” – a private museum, which opened in memory of Baron Oppenheimer, the founder of “De Beers”. A visit to the exhibition hall, where sales consultants will help buy jewelry world famous Israeli jewelers.
Tours are conducted daily,

except Saturdays

A gift from the Diamond Exchange

In the wake of Baron Rothschild

8Rothschild family has made a huge contribution to the future of the State of Israel, financing the purchase of land, the development of winemaking and farming, the preservation of historic property in the district of Caesarea. Many settlements and streets of cities of Israel are named after Baron Rothschild and his descendants.

Zichron Yaakov – one of the first cities in Israel, was named after the father of Baron Edmond de Rothschild (“in memory of Jacob”). Here is also the tomb of the Baron and his wife. The city has the largest wine cellars, not only in Israel but throughout the Middle East, as well as small winery boutiques. Walk on the pedestrian street of the old town, the picturesque 19th-century house with a tiled roof, restaurants and taverns.

A visit to the winery and tasting of fine wines from local grape varieties.

Private Museum “Rally” Recanati family of bankers in a specially built by a collection of paintings and sculptures of the original building design. The rich collection of works by Salvador Dali.

Tours are held on Tuesdays
Price per person$ 95
 North of Israel – Galilee

9Nazareth – a city closely associated with the earthly life of Jesus Christ, the holy city for Christians of the Good News. Church of the Annunciation. over the house where the Holy Family lived. Church of the Archangel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary at the Source. The Sea of ​​Galilee (LakeKinneret). Here Jesus Christ preached, performed many miracles and appeared to the apostles after his resurrection. Capernaum. The Monastery of the Twelve Apostles.

Mount of Beatitudes (briefly) – place of the proclamation Sermon on the Mount. Tabgha – place of the miracle of multiplying the loaves and fishes. Yardenit – the traditional place of pilgrims bathing in the sacred waters of the Jordan River.

Tiberias – one of the four sacred Jewish cities.

Tours are conducted on

Tuesdays and Thursdays

Price per person$ 95
  Through the Judean desert – relax at the Dead Sea
 10Judean Desert – the birthplace of Christianity, from the ancient monasteries to modern cities. The landscape is unique clinic – the Dead Sea, located at 420 m below sea level. Familiarity with the features of Dead Sea cosmetics. Consultants will help purchase cosmetic products in the showroom at the factory cosmetics company “Ahab.” Recreation and equipped beach, swimming in the Dead Sea.

Tours are conducted on

Thursdays and Sundays

Price per person$ 85

Through the Judean desert – relax at the Dead Sea with a visit to the fortress of Masada

11Judean Desert – the birthplace of Christianity, from the ancient monasteries to modern urban landscape is unique clinic – the Dead Sea, located at 420 m below sea level. Familiarity with the features of Dead Sea cosmetics. Sales consultants will help purchase cosmetic products in the showroom at the factory cosmetics company “Ahab.” Recreation and equipped beach, swimming in the Dead Seas.

Visit to Masada by cable car lift, $ 20 surcharge per person. – Massada is the symbol of heroism of the Jewish people during the Roman conquest of Judea. Fortress built by King Herod, which advocates in the fight against the Romans preferred death to defeat.

Tours are conducted by

Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays

Price per person

$ 85 + $ 20

  Snepling (canyoning) in the gorge Qumran + bathing in natural sources
12Qumran gorge – a place of detection legendary Dead Sea Scrolls. According to one version, in the I century BC community of religious hermits-Essenes existed in Qumran, which belong to these manuscripts. Their content – a priceless treasure for all members of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Walk to the inaccessible recesses of the Qumran community. To the riverbed canyon rises picturesque trail, which open a panoramic and breathtaking view of the Dead Sea and the Jordanian mountains. Skiing down by a rope on a dry waterfalls cascading allow us to look in the most secret corners of the valley. Air saturated with mineral salts, which strengthens the nervous and cardiovascular systems. All this, combined with the history and the unique nature of Qumran, is the best recipe for an interesting, unusual and cognitive rest. For dessert, relaxing and pleasant to your soul and body, swimming in the Dead Sea, famous for its medicinal and cosmetic properties since the days of the legendary Queen Cleopatra. At the conclusion of a busy day – lunch with all sorts of Oriental cuisine.
Tour is conducted on Mondays
Price per person$ 155
  Caving snepling in the salt cave Kolonel + bathing in natural sources

13Journey into the depths of unique salt mountains – in Kolonel cave which situated on the south of the Dead Sea. This cave – a real natural wonder of the world. The rise to the plateau of MountSodom, which is connected with the biblical story of Lot and his wife, who turned into a pillar of salt. The narrow gorge leading to the gaping hole in the rocks – the entrance to the salt well Kolonel: bizarre stalactites, meandering walkways and huge gaps. And all this shining splendor in the light of a lantern need to pass, climb and crawl, using special equipment.

After walking around the underground salt – bathing in the healing waters of the Dead Sea. At the conclusion of a busy day – lunch with all sorts of Oriental cuisine.

Tour is conducted on Wednesdays
Price per person$ 155
  “Black Canyon” – a water canyoning in the North
14 Familiarity with the unique black basalt cliffs Golan Heights in northern Israel. Travel into the deep of normal natural oasis. Opportunity to see the rich natural splendor, while tasting a popular and unusual form of recreation – water canyoning. You will have an opportunity to come down from the height of the falls directly into the water, to jump into the water from the rocks, sunbathe, go up to the mountain plateau.
Tour is conducted on Wednesdays
Price per person$ 155

Note:

1. For children up to 12 years – 10% discount. When ordering excursions to the child it is necessary to indicate beforehand his age, because for children under 3 years existence in car special seat for child is mandatory.

2. The cost of one-day excursions include visits which are paid.

3. Attending religious neighborhoods, churches, mosques, synagogues and holy sites – only in modest clothing that covers your shoulders and knees.

4. The Company reserves the right to make minor changes to routes excursions.

* Subject to change in the schedule of trips on public, religious, Jewish and Christian holidays.

** The tour will be held from 01.03.2013

5. Perhaps waiting out on a tour to 20 minutes.

6. The Company is not liable for damages in case of force majeure, natural disasters, unexpected delays on the roads and the like, as well as the loss of documents or money during the tour.

7. Terms cancel the tour:

– Failure to appear, or if you miss the tour, no refund;

– At less than 48 hours before the tour is held 50% of its value.

– At less than 24 hours before the tour is held 100% of its value.