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6 nights

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From £3,330pp

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Highlights of Israel

Journey to the Holy Land to discover some of the world's most important historical and holy sites. Your Israel itinerary takes in ancient cities, Biblical locations, natural wonders and cosmopolitan city life. Experience the culture and history of this spiritual land, from the sacred sites of Old Jerusalem to the rugged clifftop fortress of Masada. You’ll sail on the Sea of Galilee, visit Roman Caesarea and experience hedonistic Tel Aviv. At the cultural crossroads of east and west, this Israel itinerary immerses you in a complex and contested history that is never less than fascinating. 

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UK – Tel Aviv, Israel

Upon arrival in Tel Aviv, you’ll be met by your private driver and transferred to Jerusalem to settle into your home for the next four nights.

Jerusalem

Start your full-day tour with sweeping views of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. Walk down the Palm Sunday road to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations, designed by Antonio Barluzzi – the ‘architect of the Holy Land’. Visit the Israel Museum to see the fascinating Model of Jerusalem as well as the Shrine of the Book, home to the Dead Sea Scrolls. Then it's on to Bethlehem to visit the Church of the Nativity.

Jerusalem

After breakfast, depart overland along the Dead Sea to Masada, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to take the cable car up to the last stronghold of the Zealots. Take a swim in the Dead Sea before your return, stopping at Qumran, the enclave where the Essenes produced the Dead Sea Scrolls. You can also visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum on your way back to Jerusalem. 

Jerusalem

Enter through the Dung Gate and your guide will take you to the Four Quarters of the city. View the Temple Mount, known by Muslims as the Haram el Sharif, before visiting the Western Wall. Walk along the Way of the Cross, through the markets of the Christian and Muslim Quarters. The Via Dolorosa ends at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where you can observe those praying at the site of the Crucifixion and the Tomb of Christ.

Jerusalem – Haifa – Nazareth – Tiberias

Leave the Old City through the Armenian and Jewish Quarters to visit the Tomb of King David. Continue to the seaport city of Haifa – visit Stella Maris and the Bahai Temple and Gardens. Continue on to Acre, an ancient Phoenician and Crusader seaport designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site where, in the 18th century, the city repelled a two-month siege by Napoleon. In Nazareth visit the Church of Annunciation and continue to Tiberias to check into your hotel.

Tiberias – Golan Heights

Take to the Sea of Galilee by boat, stopping at Capernaum to see the ancient synagogue where Jesus taught as well as St. Peter's house. You can also see the ancient mosaic of the Loaves and Fishes in the Church of the Multiplication. Continue to the Mount of Beatitudes, where Christ gave the Sermon on the Mount. Then it’s up to the Golan Heights, stopping at the foot of Mount Hermon to see the archaeological remains of this sacred place. 

Megidd – Tel Aviv – UK

Drive across the Jezreel Valley to visit Megiddo (or Armageddon, in ancient Greek). Excavations have unearthed 26 layers of ruins, making it one of Israel’s most interesting archaeological sites. Continue to Caesarea, a 2,000-year old city built to honour Augustus Caesar. Today you can find Roman, Byzantine, Arab and Crusader remains here. Near the excavated theatre, you can view an inscription mentioning Pontius Pilate, the only secular reference of his existence. Then it’s time for your flight home.

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