Sunday, March 31, 2019

Afternoon tour - JERUSALEM – OLD CITY

Visit the Old City of Jerusalem, one of the greatest iconic sites in Israel, with its 4 quarters - Armenian, Jewish, Muslim and Christian.

Each of the four quarters is unique in its own way, providing a sense of history along with its own religious beliefs.  

Note: Good walking shoes recommended. Modest dress (no shorts or sleeveless shirts) and head covering are required for visiting holy sites

Photo credit: www.goisrael.com, Noam Chen

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Late night tour of TEL AVIV: Neve Tzedek,  Rothschild Boulevard


Walk through the colorful and stylish narrow streets of Neve Tzedek, one of the most charming neighborhoods in Tel Aviv and the first Jewish neighborhood to be built outside of the ancient Jaffa walls. Galleries and restaurants dominate the area's streets, and the small cafes and artist studios make the streets look like a sort of Bohemian haven.

The area is home to the Nachum Gutman Museum, devoted to the famous Israeli artist, as well as the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theatre, an incredible cultural center surrounded by beautiful gardens. 

Walk to and wander down Tel Aviv’s most beautiful tree-lined boulevard and embrace the classic Bauhaus architecture of The White City. You’ll feel like the ultimate Tel Avivian. With everything from charming cafés, incredible ice cream parlours and lively late night clubs to historical museumsboutique hotels and endless charming places to sit and relax. At the far end of The Boulevard (as it is colloquially known) is the world's first Hebrew language theater, Habima. It's a legendary landmark and presents contemporary and modern adaptations of classics and is situated adjacent to The Cultural Palace; the home of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

Note: Good walking shoes recommended. 

Photo credit: Viktor Szalai

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