Masada is perhaps the most easily recognizable remnant of the Maccabi war. According to the myth it was on this square mount with flat top where the Jews, defending themselves against an onslaught by the Roman enemy, choose to take their own life rather than fall over and be made to convert by the Romans. […]
Christmas in Bethlehem is an amazing experience. There are also services in Jerusalem and Nazareth as well as services held at the actual locations in Bethlehem where Christmas events took place. Tour buses leave Jerusalem on Christmas Eve to services in Shepherd’s Fields (where an angel appeared to the shepherds on Christmas Eve). The tours […]
Bethlehem is the birthplace of Jesus and King David. The tour arrive to Bethlehem via the Nativity Circle, then visit the cave where Jesus was born and then the Manger Square (where they put Jesus was after the birth). Next, we visit the Catholic and Greek Church and the see the Milk Grotto, (the place where Mary fed her son). We will stop for an overview of the the Sheperd Fields and visit the church. On route, see the Inn of the Good Samaritan, absorb the breathtaking view of the Judean desert.
Drive to the Judean Desert through the inn of the Good Samaritan, Go up on mount Massada by cable car and visit the 2000 year old fortress & palace (built by King Herod). Drive through Ein Gedi and Qumran, view the cave where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. At the dead sea 400 meter below sea level, the lowest place on earth, Float in the mineral rich water, don’t forget to take a mud-bath. Enjoy the therapeutic qualities of the famous Dead Sea mud. Go back to Jerusalem with an overview of Jericho and Roman Road.
Jerusalem…then, through the Bazaar to the Christian Quarter, visit the Via Dolorosa, Stations of the cross and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre – the site of the crucifixion. Walk the 1700 year old Byzantine street, the Cardo…
Bethlehem is the birthplace of Jesus and King David, drive to Bethlehem, visit the cave where Jesus was born (and the Manger Square, where Jesus was placed after birth). Also visit the Greek and the Catholic Churches of Bethlehem and the Milk Grotto, where Mary fed her son. Overview the Sheperd Fields.
Start with a view the Mount of Olives, overlooking Jerusalem. Along the Kidron Valley, see the city walls and the Gethsemane garden. From the Armenian quarter go to the Western (Wailing) Wall and then through the local Bazaar to the Christian quarter.
See the Stations of the Cross, Via Dolorosa, then visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the site of the crucifixion). Walk the 1700 year old Byzantine street, then the Cardo and the Jewish Quarter.
From: Departure: Economy: Business: Tel Aviv 07:15 $88 $- Jerusalem 08:30 $70 $- Bethlehem is the birthplace of King David, meaning City of Bread as a result of the wheat crop that grew in the region. According to Christian tradition, Jesus was born there. We will drive to Bethlehem via Nativity Circle, visit the cave […]
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