On arrival in Tel Aviv, explore the historic port city of Jaffa, walking through alleyways lined with artisans and art galleries, and visiting the Jaffa flea market. Relax at the hotel in the afternoon, then enjoy a leisurely sunset stroll by the beach in Tel Aviv. Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.
Experience the arts and culture scene of Tel Aviv during the eclectic graffiti tour walk. Explore Levinsky Market, one of the trendiest places to find delicious, authentic local Tel Aviv cuisine and to enjoy lunch on own. Wind through the rows of colourful displays at the nearby Carmel Market, from sweet fruits to sugary treats. Take some time to discover Kerem HaTeimanim, a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia. Dinner and overnight in Tel Aviv.
Travel north to see the magnificent ruins of the ancient harbour city of Caesarea Maritima. Continue to Haifa that sits gorgeously on the slopes of Mount Carmel with mesmerizing view of the Mediterranean Sea from the Louis Promenade and stop by the German Colony that is known for its restored templar-era buildings. Enjoy a traditional Druze lunch. Proceed to the Old City of Akko to see the historic Crusader Fortress and Templar Tunnels. Dinner and overnight in Tiberias.
Overlooking the Sea of Galilee, the Mount of Beatitudes offers enchanting views of the lake and across to the cliffs of the Golan Heights. Visit Capernaum, once a vibrant and prosperous fishing village where many travellers, caravans, and traders passed through in ancient times. Travel south along the Jordan River Valley to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on planet Earth and known for its therapeutic benefits. Rest and relax at the hotel. Dinner and overnight in the Dead Sea.
Take in Jerusalem from a new vista when you arrive at the Mount of Olives. Spend some time exploring the famous outdoor Mahane Yehuda Market, a local marketplace that is popular with locals and tourists alike. Visit the archaeological site of City of David where you experience ancient Jerusalem and walk through the ancient tunnels. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
See the Dome of the Rock on Temple Mount, one of Jerusalem’s most recognizable landmarks. Stop at the Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews pray. Explore the remains of the colonnaded street in Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. Enjoy lunch at your own leisure at the plaza of the Jewish Quarter. Watch the Spectacular Sound & Light Show at Tower of David where the walls of the citadel become the stage celebrating Jerusalem’s 4,000-year-old history. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
Travel to Bin Nun Winery located at the foothills of Jerusalem where you get to see a 3,000-year-old wine press, immerse yourself in the wine-making process, and taste wine, followed by lunch. In the afternoon, explore the Old City of Jerusalem on foot at your own leisure. Dinner and overnight in Jerusalem.
This morning, see the White City of Tel Aviv, the world’s largest collection of International or Bauhaus style buildings. Explore Neve Tzedek, the first Jewish neighbourhood outside of the old port of Jaffa, known for its oriental architectural style combined with quaint, narrow streets with boutiques. Spend the afternoon on own. After dinner, you will be transferred to Tel Aviv airport for flight home.
Note that the above itinerary is subject to change based on the pace of the group, availability and accessibility of sites due to unforeseen circumstances. Time and/or weather will also determine the coverage and visitation of the sites.
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