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Combine the ancient biblical cities of
Jerusalem, Nazareth and Acre with
cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, while discovering
ancient ruins in coastal Caesarea, Capernaum
on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, and
Masada above the Dead Sea.
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Fly from London (regional connections
available) to Ben Gurion airport with British
Airways. Transfer to the Arthur Hotel (or
similar) in Jerusalem for 4 nights. (N)
Take a guided tour of the Old City of Jerusalem, visiting the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and
the Western Wall among other sites. (B)
Travel through the desert to the Unesco world
heritage site of Masada and its mountain-top
ruins. Continue to the Dead Sea for a dip in the
mineral-rich waters. Then visit Qumran, one of
the most significant archaeological discoveries
of the twentieth century, where the Dead Sea
Scrolls were found. (B)
Take a guided tour of the New City of
Jerusalem. Visit the Israel Museum, home to
the Dead Sea Scrolls; Knesset, the building of
the Israeli paarliament; and the Yad Vashem
Holocaust monument. Continue to Mahane
Yehuda market. (B)
Travel north to Nazareth and visit the imposing
Church of the Annunciation. Take a tour of a
kibbutz then visit the Mount of the Beatitudes,
where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the
Mount. Continue to Capernaum and see ruins
of a fifth-century synagogue and the early
octagonal church built around the house of St
Peter. Stay at the Merom Golan kibbutz (or
similar) for 2 nights. (B, D)
Visit the impressive Banias Waterfall and the
archaeological remains of Caesarea Philippi
at Banias Spring, at the foot of Mount Hermon.
Take a tasting tour at an award-winning
winery. Continue to Mount Bental for stunning
views of the Golan and a visit to the Syrian
bunkers. (B, D)
Visit the Old City of Acre, a Unesco world
heritage site with stunning Crusader remains.
En route to Caesarea, stop at Yemin Orde, a
safe haven and home for Holocaust orphans.
Visit Caesarea National Park to see the large
Roman amphitheatre and the historic port.
Continue to Tel Aviv for a 2-night stay at the
Cinema Hotel (or similar). (B)
Today explore Jaffa’s ancient port and
modern Tel Aviv. Visit Neve Tzedek, the oldest
neighbourhood in Tel Aviv and the bustling
Carmel Market. Continue to Rothschild
Boulevard and view Independence Hall where
David Ben-Gurion famously declared the
independence of the modern State of Israel. (B)
Transfer to Ben Gurion airport and fly to
London with British Airways. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This itinerary can be taken privately on a date that suits
you, for which guideline prices are shown.
Alternatively, it can be tailored to your exact
requirements. Please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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TOY2019: 8 Nights