Beautiful drawings about beautiful Jerusalem by Israeli artists. The city is a dream to be painted.
A beautiful and colorful collection of Israeli art particular about the cities Tel Aviv and some of Jerusalem. The source of the paintings are DevianArt.
A post about churches mainly in Jerusalem, Israel. Here we talk about the well known and the unknown churches and monasteries in Jerusalem and direct surrounding of this ancient city.
Israeli street art and graffiti throughout the cities and country side by various artists and volunteers.
I’ve been involved in the Group Tours now intensely for the last weeks and traveled the country multiple times. When I spoke with a couple of tourists from Canada in the central bus station in Tel Aviv, they were asking me for the best tourist attractions in Israel. There are so many attractions, they got lost. Here is my list and the images with them.
With the customization, you can transform one of the expensive tours here to a low-budget tour. For example, we’ve combined several tours together to a 8 day tour of Israel and the price went from $2,345 per person with a 30 people group to $1,439 per person … and that includes airfare from New York, US to Tel Aviv and back! The price is $860 without the airfare.
An extended and detailed article about the 14 Stations of the Cross, which identify with the suffering of Jesus on his way to crucifixion. Their route is called the Via Dolorosa (Way of Sorrows). This is also the name of the principal street they follow, a narrow marketplace abustle with traders and shoppers, most likely similar to the scene on the first Good Friday.
This is a walking tour through the old city of Jerusalem, Israel. Because we don’t create day tours in principle at the moment, here is something for you who are looking for something like this. This tour is supplied with maps and images and we hope you like it.
The Church of All Nations, officially named the Basilica of the Agony, is located at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem next to the Garden of Gethsemane. The Catholic church enshrines a section of stone in the Garden of Gethsemane that is believed to be where Jesus prayed on the night of his arrest (Matthew 26:36).
Tens of thousands of years of history comes alive: see for yourself the ancient civilizations and experience Israel through its rich archaeology. This tour is not clean! You get dirty!! You will visit the archaeological sights from the north to the south of the country. You will help digging in the dust and the mud, go trough water, rivers, pools, desert, stones, ruins … it’s amazing for those who are interested in the archaeology of Israel, see for yourself how people lived thousands, even tens of thousands of years ago.