Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem

Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem

What to see in Israel l The Cardo Maximus The Cardo Maximus or simply the Cardo was Jerusalem’s main street during the Roman and Byzantine times. It was the north-south thoroughfare running from the Damascus Gate through the middle of the city to the Zion Gate. It was...

A Bowl of Delicious Hummus and Warm Pita for Dipping

A Bowl of Delicious Hummus and Warm Pita for Dipping

What to eat in Israel | Hummus Israelis, Palestinians, Egyptian Arabs, Greek and other Middle Eastern and Mediterranean countries all claim hummus as “their own dish”. No one really knows for sure the origin of hummus. Hummus is a creamy dip typically made with a...

Largest Holyland Model in the World

Largest Holyland Model in the World

What to see in Israel | Holyland Model The Holyland Model is probably the largest model in the world depicting Jerusalem in the year 66 AD when the city was at the height of its glory, shortly before its destruction by the Romans in 70 AD. Also known as the Model of...

Jerusalem’s Oldest and Largest Outdoor Market

Jerusalem’s Oldest and Largest Outdoor Market

What to see in Israel | Mahane Yehuda Market If you are a market person, a visit to Mahane Yehuda is a must. The lively atmosphere is filled with the scent of fresh falafel and the sound of more than 250 haggling merchants, selling everything from aromatic spices to...

Best 3 Biblical Gardens in Israel

Best 3 Biblical Gardens in Israel

What to see in Israel | 3 Must-Visit Biblical Gardens Have you ever wondered what bible gardens are and what took place in them? Gardens of the Bible were places of loveliness, sanctuary and sustenance. It is referred to as a place of shelter, recognised as a place of...

The Dead Sea | A Must-Visit in Israel

The Dead Sea | A Must-Visit in Israel

Dead Sea Israel – Your Next Spa Vacation The Dead Sea is really a wonder. Just effortlessly float on your back and enjoy the Mediterranean sun and splendour of the desert around you. Not to worry - you can’t sink in the Dead Sea. It is immeasurably beautiful with...

Winepress, Vineyard and Winery Visits in Israel

Winepress, Vineyard and Winery Visits in Israel

Where to go in Israel? | Winemaking and Winery Tours Everywhere are the valleys and mountains with olive trees, the land of Israel is full of them. But what you will also see are the endless vineyards. Photo by Dalton Winery, in the Galilee Region Ancient Winemaking...

Top 11 Foods You Must Have in Israel

Top 11 Foods You Must Have in Israel

Israeli Cuisine - Hummus, Falafel and More Think of Israel cuisine and we probably picture bowls of hummus for dipping, pita breads stuffed with falafel and salads of finely diced tomatoes with plenty of herbs and olive oil. Think again … there’s a whole lot more to...

Stay Home Now, Travel Later

Stay Home Now, Travel Later

While we aren’t travelling now, that doesn’t mean we should stop the travel inspiration from coming. We can think about all the places we have been and all the places we hope to see sometime soon. This is also a great time to buckle down and save money for our next...

Build Your Own Trip

Build Your Own Trip

Everyone has their own style when it comes to travelling. Whether you’re travelling with friends and family or if you choose to go solo, there is never a right or wrong way to do things. However, there are some differences if you choose to participate in either a...

Consider a trip to Israel in 2020!

Consider a trip to Israel in 2020!

If you’re looking for the best destination to visit in 2020, we suggest Israel. Israel is a country of immense natural beauty, amazing culture, countless historic and religious sites and unbeatable history. Israel is probably the only country in which you can visit...

Oberammergau: The Passion Play 2020

Oberammergau: The Passion Play 2020

Oberammergau is a small village nestled into one of the most stunning, unspoilt regions in Germany – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria. This charming village is known not only for its once-in-a-decade Passion Play, but also for its beautiful façade painting...

Fabulous Landscapes of Germany

Fabulous Landscapes of Germany

Germany is a country full of interesting sites, rich culture, vibrant cities, stunning historical architecture, sprawling alps, winding rivers, lush valleys and elegant castles. Here are some attractions that you get to visit when you join our July 2020 tour....

Other Treasures of Greece and Island Hopping with Celestyal Cruises

Other Treasures of Greece and Island Hopping with Celestyal Cruises

Greece has history at every turn. All around the country and the islands, there are ancient sites of various historical periods: from remains of ancient Greek temples to Byzantine monasteries and Neoclassical mansions. Some of the most interesting archaeological sites...

Experience Paul’s World of Greece

Experience Paul’s World of Greece

Paul and his companions set out from Troas and sailed across to the island of Samothrace, and on to Neapolis the next day. Paul landed on the European mainland for the first time in 51AD. Paul travelled inland along the Via Egnatia to Philippi where he first preached...

Greece, the Cradle of Western Civilisation

Greece, the Cradle of Western Civilisation

Greece, also known as the cradle of Western civilisation (where democracy, Western philosophy and literature, major scientific and mathematic principles, among others were birthed), is more than just a beautiful scenic country often portrayed in shades of pristine...

Aboard the Aegean Cruise in Greece

Aboard the Aegean Cruise in Greece

Greece is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world today, with more than 200 inhabited islands, a plethora of rich historic sites, picturesque beaches and monumental mountain ranges. Located at the intersection of Europe, Asia and Africa, Greece sits...

The Route that Apostle Paul Followed in Greece (Part 2)

The Route that Apostle Paul Followed in Greece (Part 2)

Thessaloniki Preaching Christ at Thessalonica Acts 17:1-3, NKJV "Now when they had passed through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where there was a synagogue of the Jews. Then Paul, as his custom was, went in to them, and for three Sabbaths...

Feast of Unleavened Bread (Chag HaMatzi)

Feast of Unleavened Bread (Chag HaMatzi)

April 22-29, 2016 Scripture references: Exodus 12:15-20 Exodus 12:17, NIV “Celebrate the Festival of Unleavened Bread, because it was on this very day that I brought your divisions out of Egypt. Celebrate this day as a lasting ordinance for the generations to come."...

Passover: The Story of Exodus

Passover: The Story of Exodus

Passover or Pesach is a widely observed Jewish holiday commemorating the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. It also celebrates the story of the Exodus and the birth of the Jewish nation after being freed by God from captivity under the...

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