Possible 1-8 days or less - we will plan the day together according to your point of interest,our day and the time we start the tour is flexible and is meant to accommodate your schedule and interests.
★ Jerusalem Mount of Olive following the last week of Jesus.visit The Pool of Bethesda, Gethsemane & Church of All Nations,Basilica of the Agony. Temple Mount, the Western ("Wailing") Wall. Mount Zion King David's Tomb, Room of the Last Supper, the Crypt of the Dormition, visit City of David, Walk along the Via Dolorosa from Station 1 to 14 to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Visit New City of Jerusalem, Parliament, the Shrine of the Book, Yad VaShem - Holocaust Remembrance.
★ Dead Sea (possible spa & swimming) Jordan River, Qumran
(place of biblical Scrolls), Masada, Ein Gedi, visit the Good Samaritan Inn.
★ Tel Aviv Jaffa Caesarea - Christianity & Judaism Importance.
★ Megiddo - Armageddon, Bet She'an, Caesarian Philippi - Banias.
★ Nazareth Church of the Annunciation, Sea of Galilee - Capernaum, Tabgha, Magdala the town of Mary Magdalene, Church Mount of Beatitudes, Jordan river self-baptism. Possible sea of Galilee boat ride.
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Tel Aviv & Jaffa & Caesarea one day tour
Tel Aviv is the 2nd largest city in Israel. It is situated on the Mediterranean coast. Tel Aviv's White City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site comprises the world's largest concentration of Modernist-style buildings.
Tel Aviv "the city that never sleeps" with great restaurants, pubs and entertainment around the clock!
Jaffa is an ancient city believed to be one of the oldest in the world. Jaffa has been incorporated with Tel Aviv creating the city of Tel Aviv-Yafo. Jaffa is mentioned in the The Old & New Testament. Jona, King Salomon, St. Peter's resurrection of the widow Tabitha written in Acts 9:36-42 takes place in Jaffa.
Caesarea the ancient Roman city became the centre of Early Christianity in Israel. Early Christian mentions of Caesarea in the apostolic period follow the acts of Peter who established the church there when he baptized Cornelius the Centurion (Acts, 10, 11). The Apostle Paul often sojourned there (9:30; 18:22; 21:8), and was imprisoned at Caesarea.