Hanukkah in Israel

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Magic in the Streets Every year during Hanukkah people come from all over the country to tour certain neighborhoods where the hanukkiah (Hanukkah menorah) is lit in little glass boxes outside the doors of the homes. This creates a magical atmosphere of light and warmth on the the otherwise cold and dark wintry streets. Why Outside? The original text in ... Read More »

Video: Gush Etzion Tour

Things to Do in Israel

In this short video guide Elad Tzur tells you everything you need to know to plan your day in Gush Etzion, 10 minutes away from Jerusalem in the Judean hills. Read More »

The Israel Museum

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Endless Possibilities at the Israel Museum The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in Israel, and is in the top tier of museums in the entire world. The Museum houses many collections of archeology, art, as well as temporary exhibitions. The 500,000 objects housed at the museum date from prehistory to the present day. They include archaeological artifacts, fine art, Jewish themed art ... Read More »

The Holy City: Old City Night Tour

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Experience the Old City of Jerusalem at Night On this walk through the history-strewn streets and alleys of the Old City you will go through the four quarters of the city. You will see the Roman Cardo, the Broad Wall built by king Hezekiah of biblical fame, The Churva synagogue. You will also see the colorful Bazaars and markets of the old city. The Western Wall The tour will ... Read More »

Judean Lowlands (Shefela) Day Tour

Ella Valley, emek haela, flowers, srigim brewery

The Judean Lowlands (Shefela) This stunningly beautiful area of the country is rich with rolling hills, flowering meadows and towering pine forests. The Judean Lowlands, conveniently located midway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, is also home to numerous Biblical, archeological sites, and sites of importance to modern Zionist history. Some of the sites you may visit on your trip to ... Read More »

Gush Etzion Day Tour

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What is Gush Etzion Gush Etzion is an area, a mere 10 minute drive south of Jerusalem with a rich history. It’s far enough off the beaten path that most tourists don’t get there. But it’s so close to Jerusalem, so beautiful and fascinating that it makes for a perfect day tour. As the heartland of Judea as far back ... Read More »

Jerusalem Day Tour: The Holy City

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The Holy City: “A House of Prayer for All Nations” In one unforgettable day you’ll see why Jerusalem is ‘The Holy City’ for billions of Jews, Christians and Muslims worldwide. First you’ll get an overlook of the Temple Mount from the Mt. of Olives, where all three traditions, believe the Messiah will one day walk, followed by sites in the Jewish ... Read More »

Jerusalem Day Tour of Jewish Heritage

Beautiful temple mount Jerusalm

Jerusalem Day Tour: Explore Your Jewish Heritage Finding Yourself in the Old City For two thousand years our ancestors said, ‘Next year in Jerusalem!’ Today this dream is a reality. The center of Jewish history is open and waiting for you. Here you will see the roots of the Jewish past come alive. The day starts with a scenic overlook of the city. ... Read More »

Hebron Old and New

Hebron Tour

The city of Hebron means something different to almost everyone who’s aware of it. Its many meanings are deep, sometimes painful, sometimes joyous, and always complicated. For a Jew steeped in traditional texts, there is a clear connection between the Jewish people and Hebron from the time of Abraham 4,000 years ago, when the patriarch bought a field outside the ... Read More »