Orthodox Tour, 4 days

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This tour is for Orthodox visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to Caesarea, followed by Nazareth, Sea of Galilee and Jerusalem. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, Dutch, Russian and Greek.

You will visit the following cities or places in this tour:

Day 1 – Caesarea, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee
Day 2 – Sea of Galilee
Day 3 – Jerusalem (old city)
Day 4 – Jerusalem (old city)

Click on More Info or Things to do behind the sigh. Restaurants in the neighborhood of the sights are available in this itinerary each day. Click on Restaurants.

Tour itinerary

Day 1 – Caesarea, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee

  1. Caesarea National Parkmost important cities in the Roman worldMap.
  2. Roman theater, the hippodrome and Herod’s palace
  3. Tel Megiddois an ancient city, counting currently 26 layers of ruins, is created 7,000 BC (making it 9,000 years old)Map.
  4. Mount Tabor – Map.
  5. Church of the Transfiguration – Map.
  6. Nazareth Villagetouch the time of Jesus, see its sights, hear its sounds …Map.
  7. Church of St. GabrielOrthodox counterpart to the Catholic BasilicaMap.
  8. Kfar Cana Wedding churchJesus turned water into wine at a wedding, at the behest of his mother MaryMap.
  9. Sea of Galilee – Map.
  10. Evening tour – Evening entertainment and a small tour

Day 2 – Sea of Galilee

Capernaum 1

  1. Kibbutz Ginosar – … famous 2,000 year-old Galilee Boat – Map.
  2. Boat-ride across the Sea of Galilee –
  3. CapernaumJesus’ “own town” – Map.
  4. BethsaidaMiracles, home to Peter, Andrew and Philip and cursed …
  5. Kursi –
  6. Primacy of Petercommemorates Jesus’ reinstatement of Peter after a fish breakfast
  7. Tabghablessed by seven springs … – Map.
  8. Korazim – Map.
  9. Mount of Beatitudes – – Map.

Day 3 – Jerusalem (old city)

Dome of the Ascension
Dome of the Ascension
  1. Mount of Olivesmost prominent sites in the Jerusalem vicinity mentioned in the Holy Scriptures
  2. Pater Noster – Sanctuary of the Eleona
  3. Dome of Ascensionshrine marking the place where Jesus is believed to have ascended to heaven
  4. Palm Sunday Roadbiblical road that Jesus followed when he entered into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday
  5. Dominus Flevit Churchwhen “Jesus wept” over the death of Lazarus
  6. Garden of Gethsemaneyoung saplings when Jesus came here with the disciples on that fateful night after the Last Supper
  7. Grotto of Gethsemaneplace where Jesus, betrayed by Judas, was arrested
  8. Pools of Bethesdamiraculous healing of a paralyzed man by Jesus
  9. Via Dolorosa – the route that Jesus took between his condemnation by Pilate and his crucifixion
  10. Church of the Holy Sepulchrewhere Jesus was crucified
  11. Church of the Holy Sepulchre Chapelsplace where the body of Jesus was prepared for burial
  12. Garden Tombthe site of the burial and resurrection of Jesus

Day 4 – Jerusalem (old city)

Old City Jewish Quarter
Old City Jewish Quarter
  1. Mount Zionhighest point in ancient Jerusalem
  2. King David’s Tombthousand-year-old building that houses the Tomb of King David
  3. Room of the Last SupperJesus shared the Last Supper with the disciples
  4. Jewish Quarter
  5. Western Wall last remnant of the Temple in Jerusalem
  6. Western Wall Tunnelsmassive as the open-air portion of the Western Wall is – at over 180 feet long and over 60 feet high
  7. Temple Mountwhere Abraham offered Isaac
  8. Davidson Visitors Centerexperience of Second Temple pilgrims with that of present-day visitors
  9. City of Davidplace where King David established his kingdom
  10. Hezekiah’s Tunnel1,500-foot-long-tunnel created by King Hezekiah
  11. Pool of Siloamwhen Jesus cured a blind man with a mud mixture


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