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Neve Tzedek Neighborhood

The first Jewish neighborhood built outside the walls of Jaffa. In this neighborhood poets and writers got together to speak and evolve the Hebrew language. This neighborhood was also the basis to the first Hebrew city – Tel Aviv. Today, the narrow picturesque streets host artists’ galleries and fashion shops along unique small bistros and cafes.

Old Jaffa and Jaffa Port

Historically, Jaffa existed as a port city some 4,000 years ago, serving Egyptian and Phoenician sailors in their sea voyages. The biblical account mentions that the cedars from Lebanon for the construction of King Solomon's Temple came in via Jaffa. In the 19th century, Jaffa’s port served as the point of entry for the increased Jewish immigration which came to resettle the land. Today, Jaffa is filled with artists' quarters, studios and art galleries. The narrow alleys host Judaica, Archaeology and jewelry shops.

Agamon (lake) HaHula

Situated in the heart of the Hula Valley and considered one of the world’s most prominent bird-watching sites. At the park you can follow and observe migrating, courting and nesting birds, as well as other animals according to seasonal variation. A magical lake at the heart of the site allows you to experience nature without cages or partitions. You can enjoy bike ride, golf cart ride, family bikes or a train ride throughout the park.

Sound & Light Show at the Tower of David

Evening: Enjoy the spectacular show as the walls of the Citadel serve as a stage for a nighttime show which is a celebration of sight and sound. The story of Jerusalem unfolds through giant breathtaking, virtual reality images.

Market Bites

How about a new, savory way to get acquainted with the wonders of the Israeli markets? Take your client to a guided tour, enable them to meet, feel and taste the true rhythm of the bubbliest markets in Israel from the inside. in Jerusalem – from the Machane Yehuda Market, to the alleys of the Old City Market; or in Tel Aviv – the Flea Market, the Old Jaffa, Shuk HaCarmel and to the streets of Shuk Levinski.

Shabbat of a Lifetime

How about spending an authentic Jewish Shabbat at the home of a host family in the heart of Jerusalem? Combine the personal touch of home hospitality with a high standard of professionalism and attention to details. On the Shabbat of a Lifetime program, one will discover the beauties of Jerusalem, learn about Friday night traditions, and make personal connections with families living in Israel.