Excursión Organizada a Tierra Santa

Fecha de Salida

10 Jan - 30 Jun


5 Días

5 Days – Departures:

  • Every Wednesday and Friday from 10 January 2020 until 30 June 2020





The term Holy Land refers to the areas of Palestine today and of Israel that have historical and religious value primarily for Christianity, but also for Judaism and Islamism. The most important of these are the Holy Sepulcher and Calvary in Jerusalem, the Cave and the Manger at the Nativity Basilica in Bethlehem, the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem where our Lord was ascended, Gethsemane also in Jerusalem where the Assumption of Virgin Mary happened, Bethany where Lazarus was resurrected, Nazareth where the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary happened, Mount Tabor, Cana, the Jordan River and other cities and locations. The Holy Land is not just a place of pilgrimage. It is a crossroads of peoples, cultures and religions that travelers must enjoy and experience with all their souls. This trip has all the elements of search.


1st Day


Meeting at the airport and direct flight to Tel Aviv. Arrival and we depart for Lod, where we will pilgrim at the Church and the tomb of St. George. Departure for Jerusalem. Transfer to Gethsemane, where the Church-Tomb of Virgin Mary and ancestors Joachim and Anne is located, as well as the miraculous image of the Virgin Mary of Jerusalem. Next, a visit to the Church of All Nations, inside which lies the rock on which Jesus prayed before his arrest. From there we will see the Kidron Valley and the Golden Gate through which Jesus passed on a donkey, ascending towards his crucifixion. Afterwards, we will go to Zion Hill, where we will visit the place of the Last Supper and the cenotaph of Prophet David. Finally, we will ascend on coach to the Mount of Olives to admire a unique panorama of the Holy City of Jerusalem. Transfer to our hotel, accommodation, dinner and overnight stay.
2nd Day


After our breakfast, we will begin our tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. Our first stop is the Holy Church of the Resurrection, inside which encompasses the most sacred pilgrimages of Christianity: the Fearful Golgotha, the Holy Sepulcher, the Stone Burial slab of Jesus, the Finding Point of the Holy Cross, the Catholic Church and other chapels related to the Passion and Resurrection of Christ. Next we will walk to the Path of Suffering and we will reach Praetorium, where Jesus was imprisoned and judged, at the Pool of Bethesda, and the house of Joachim and Anne where Virgin Mary was born. Our next stop in the Blood Field, or Kerameos, the place where, according to the evangelical narration, after the return of the thirty silver coins from Judas Iscariot to the Jewish high priests, the Jewish high priests, in order not to put them back to the treasury, as they were already used as betrayal blood money, they bought with these money the field of ceramics to bury strangers there. There, we will visit the Holy Monastery of Saint Onoufrios, one of the largest ascetic figures. This monastery is located outside the walls of Jerusalem and really looks like a little heavenly paradise. Tradition from the sixth century indicates that there were fig trees in this place and one of them was where Judas Iscariot was hanged. In this monastery there is a small cave that is traditionally reported to have been passed and used by Saint Onoufrios as its hermitage before leaving for the desert of Egypt. In the same place is the place where they saw the Prophet Isaiah as well as his tomb. There is also the tomb of the Holy Patriarch of Jerusalem (442-458 AD). In the central temple of the monastery, which is a cave, another tradition states that the apostles and disciples of Christ had been hidden after His crucifixion. Free time for rest, meal on your own expence, shopping. In the afternoon, passing by the Roman Cardo, we will go to the Wailing Wall. Transfer to our hotel, dinner & overnight.
3rd Day


Breakfast and guided tour in Bethlehem of Judea. We will visit the magnificent and imposing Temple of Nativity, where we will pilgrim at the Nativity Cave of Jesus and admire its unique mosaics and stunning decoration. Then we will descend to the Cave of the Infants, where the remains of the infants slaughtered by Herod are kept. Next, we will visit Beit Sahour, the Shepherd's Village. There we will pilgrim at the Chapel of the Shepherd's Field, which is part of the Holy Monastery of Saint Savva, as well as the cave where the blessed shepherds who had listened to the doctrinal hymn of the angels and went to Bethlehem to worship the newborn Christ are buried. Afterwards, we will go to the Monastery of Saint Theodosius the Cenobiarch, where the cave that the Three Wise Men stayed, is located. Departure for Jericho, where we will visit the Monastery of Saint Gerasimos of the Jordan, the Qasr al-Yahud on the Jordan River, where is the original place of Christ's Baptism, the Temple of Prophet Elisha and then, optionally, we can visit, the Mount of Temptation and the monastery of the same name, in which the ascent is made by cable car or taxi. The Mount of Temptation is the place where Jesus withdrew to fast after His Baptism and received the temptations of the devil. From there you will admire the magnificent view of the Jericho Valley and the Dead Sea. Return to the hotel for dinner & overnight.
4th Day


Breakfast and early morning departure for a full day tour in Galilee, the northern part of Israel. Ascension to Mount Tabor, the Mount of Divine Transfiguration of the Savior, where we can optionally visit the homonymous monastery at the top of the mountain. We continue to Nazareth, where the Basilica of the Annunciation is located. Then we will go to Cana, where we will visit the Monastery of St. George, which is built on the site where Simon's the Canaanite home was, and where Cana's marriage took place and Jesus' first miracle was made with the conversion of water into wine. Early in the afternoon, arrival at the Sea of Galilee, where we can see the Mount of Blessings. Optional meal. Departure for Capernaum and the Monastery of the Holy Apostles. The temple is built on the site where –according to tradition– Jesus healed the paralytic. Then we depart for the city of Tiberias and the Monastery of the Holy Apostles. In the evening return to our hotel for dinner & overnight.
5th Day


After breakfast, we depart with our luggage for the famous Monastery of the Holy Cross, located in the western part of Jerusalem, in the Valley of the Giants. A true museum of the first post-Byzantine era, the Monastery of the Cross is associated with a myriad of legends and traditions, such as that where Lot planted the three sticks that became a tree of triple wood, pine, cypress and cedar, from which the Cross of our Lord was built. We will see the monument-statue dedicated to the memory of the former Israel Prime Minister who was assassinated in Tel Aviv in the Town Hall square (if time allows it). In the panoramic tour we will see, among other things, Rabin Square with the Town Hall and the largest outdoor market in the area, Carmen. Next, we will head to Jaffa (Green Hill), the ancient Joppa, one of the oldest ports in the world. There we will visit the Bridge of Wishes, the Clock Tower, the Sea Mosque and wander around its picturesque neighborhoods. Free time to wander around and meal (individual expenses) at the local bazaar with its many restaurants and pastry shops. Afternoon transfer to the airport where we will take the flight to Athens.


Price per person:


5 days:
Every Wednesday and Friday
from 10 January 2020
until 30 June 2020



2 until 12
years old*

With stay in Jerusalem:
(or similar)

890 €1.090 €840 €
With stay in Bethlehem:
(or similar)
770 €970 €

720 €

*Child’s price is based on one child΄s stay (up to 11,99 yrs), in the same room with two (2) adults in an extra bed.

Flights with Alitalia Airlines:
AZ 823 / Athens – Tel Aviv: 06:10 (departure) – 08:10 (arrival).
AZ 822 / Tel Aviv – Athens: 19:50 (departure) – 22:05 (arrival).


  • Air tickets ATHENS – TEL AVIV – ATHENS with Alitalia Airlines.
  • Overnight stay in a 4* hotel in Jerusalem with half board.
  • Transfers from / to airports abroad.
  • Guided tours / excursions as mentioned above.
  • Greek-speaking guide / escort of our office.
  • Local agent services.
  • Liability insurance.
  • Travel insurance (check for benefits).
  • Newsletters.
  • VAT.


  • Airport taxes and fuel surcharges 160 €.
  • Entrances to museums, historical & archaeological sites & the cable car to Mount of Temptation, the taxi transfer to Mount Tabor: 30 € per person approximately.
  • Tips optional.
  • Everything that is mentioned as optional or proposed, and everything that is not explicitly mentioned in the included.


  • The above rates are valid for 20 persons, if the number of participants is less than 15 persons there is a charge of 100 €.
  • We would like to inform you that due to the security process at Athens Airport and Tel Aviv there is a delay in the security check’s made by the security auditors. Please be patient.
  • The leader / guide is in Tel Aviv and you meet him on your arrival there.
  • To travel outside the EU you necessarily need a new type of passport that has been issued for the last five years with a validity of 6 months from the date of your arrival in the country of destination.
  • To enter Israel there is no need for a visa for Greek passport holders.
  • The currency of Israel is the New Israeli Shekel (ILS). The Euro – shekel exchange rate, although volatile, is usually close to the ratio of 1 € = 3,95 shekels (ILS). To exchange Euro (€) with Shekel (ILS), we recommend that you use the in-airport exchanger or those within the hotel.
  • You are entitled to one (1) 20kg luggage, and one (1) hand luggage per person.
  • Please be advised that at the airports that will be used for your departure and your return, you will be subject to extensive and thorough luggage inspection where you are prohibited from transporting: A) sharp objects (scissors, pocket knives, knives, nail files, eyebrow tweezers, nail clippers and more). B) Liquids over 50ml (shampoos, bubble baths, perfumes, cosmetics, soft drinks and more), unless purchased from Duty free (within the airport).
  • In the Jerusalem area, and more specifically in religious sites, to allow entry, clothing must be modest and clothing should cover the elbows, shoulders, knees and ankles, particularly in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre or the Wailing Wall or the Tomb of Jesus. Married women must have their head covered with a scarf. Apart from the sacred places and the old city, the way of clothing is similar to that of our own country. It is recommended that you have comfortable footwear (low or no heel) that meets the requirements of the trip.

Information and Reservations:

Customer service

210 89 86 157  and  210 89 86 158

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