“Jerusalem prays and Tel Aviv has fun,” says the popular Israeli saying which highlights the two faces of these cities. The "holy city”With its historical testimonies, pilgrims and the most important religious places in the world; the "white city", animated at any time of day or night, with its desire for worldliness, lively creativity and continuous experimentation in design, art and fashion.
It starts with visiting Tel Aviv, and the best way to enjoy the city is to visit it on foot, discovering new and unusual urban views. The city strikes for its creative vitality: walking through its streets you can visit numerous museums and art galleries including the Paradigma Design Gallery, founded by the talented Anat Benvenisti. Besides being a city rich in art and design, Tel Aviv also offers a particular architectural style, with the charming neighborhood of Neve tzedek and the impressive Bauhaus-style buildings, thanks to which it has been recognized UNESCO heritage.
The toast to celebrate the arrival of the new year will be a Jerusalem, capital of the state of Israel. A city that holds an enormous spiritual charm, which can be felt walking along the walls and admiring the places rich in history such as the Temple Mount with the Dome of the Rock, the Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher and the Christian quarter, up to the holiest place in Judaism, the Western Wall. The discovery of this extraordinary Middle Eastern city cannot end without a visit to the famous Yad Vashem Museum, to know and not forget the Holocaust.
6 day trip
Group itinerary with Italian guide and cultural assistance by Alessandra Lucherini.
Departure from Barcelona: December 29 2020
From 2.550 euro per person
Air transport with scheduled flights from Barcelona in economy class, transfers to and from airports abroad, accommodation in double rooms in 5-star hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, bed and breakfast, dinner at Rothschild 12, New Year's Eve dinner at Nana Restaurant, dinner to the Arabesque Restaurant, visits and excursions included.