Israel, a journey to discover the history and traditions of this ancient land. It is a demanding itinerary, but at the same time extremely rewarding. Complete and interesting, this accessible tour of Israel will allow you to discover all the hidden gems of the Holy Land. We will take you to the most famous biblical places, such as Jerusalem and Tiberias, crossing the spectacular Jordan valley, towards the Dead Sea.
Departure from Italy on scheduled Alitalia or El Al flights or other IATA economy class carriers.
Upon arrival, assistance at the airport and baggage claim (porterage excluded), vehicle with platform lift and departure for Tel Aviv. Check-in at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.
Meeting with the local Italian speaking guide and start of the day with a visit to modern Tel Aviv continuing to Caesarea Maritima, Roman and crusading city: visit the amphitheater, the hippodrome, the thermal baths, the villa and the fortress. Free lunch during the tour.
Continue north to the city of Haifa, an industrial center built on Mount Carmel, with a stop to enjoy the panoramic view of the bay and the world center of the Ba'hai faith with its beautiful gardens.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Start of the day with a visit along the road to Qumran, famous for its caves; continuing along the Jordan River valley towards the Dead Sea. Continue to the Masada fortress, built by Herod the Great 2000 years ago, visit the famous ruins and the synagogue. Masada offers spectacular views of the desert and is a symbol of Jewish resistance against the Romans. Continue to Jerusalem, stop for a panoramic view of the city and the mount of olives. Dinner and overnight.
Morning dedicated to the visit of the Wailing Wall. Crossing the characteristic Arab bazaar, you will travel part of the Via Dolorosa (Via Crucis) to the Holy Sepulcher (limited accessibility). In the afternoon visit the Yad Vashem complex, the memorial to the 6 million victims of the Holocaust: it collects testimonies, videos and photos on the Holocaust, but also documents on the Nazi dictatorship, on the 12 years of persecution and on the post-war events preceding the birth of the state of Israel.
Dinner and overnight.
Breakfast and free day. Dinner and overnight.
Transfer to the airport by a vehicle equipped with a platform lift and assistance service at the airport.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2020 to 30 October 2020||€ 3,420||€ 3,070|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner
Check-in at hotels is usually at 2 p.m. check out at 12 a.m.
An entry visa to Israel is not required for citizens of the Shengen area.
The passport must have a minimum validity of six months.
The order of visits may change without notice depending on the circumstances.
Some visits may be partially accessible.
Tips are not mandatory however they are expected. Below we give you an indication of how to calculate them: driver from $ 3.50- $ 4.00 per person per day; guide from $ 5- $ 8 per person per day; hotel staff $ 1.00 per person per night; Service in restaurants – 10% – 12% recommended.
EXPECTED OR SIMILAR HOTELS 4 *:
Tel Aviv – Grand Beach Standard room HB
Jerusalem – Grand Court Standard room HB
Currency: US dollar (USD) – Exchange rate: 1.08
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment in costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure
Currency block € 50 per case: Customers have the possibility of definitively blocking the cost of ground services, which will no longer be subject to currency fluctuations. The request must take place simultaneously with the confirmation.
The tariff includes
The tariff does not include
Duration: 9 days / 8 nights
from € 3.970 - Voli inclusi
Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
from € 3.420 - Voli esclusi
Duration: 2 days / 1 nights
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