7-Day Israel Tour

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 Tel Aviv Arrival Day

Airport pick up by private tour guide, transfer to hotel and free to recover for the rest of day.

Day 2 Tel Aviv city tour

White City of Tel-Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard, Carmel Market, Jaffa Old City, Jaffa Flea Market (Shuk Hapishpishim).

Day 3   Tel Aviv – Caesarea – Haifa – Akko – Tiberias

Caesarea National Park, Haifa, Bahai Gardens, Akko(Acre), Old City Waterfront Wall,

Day 4 Tiberias – Galilee – Nazareth – Jerusalem

Capernaum, Tabgha, Church of Multiplication of the Loaves & Fishes, Mount of Beatitudes, Yardenit, Wooden Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee, Cana(Kafr Kanna), Basilica of the Annunciation.

Day 5 Jerusalem

Western Wall, Temple Mount, Via Dolorosa, Mount Calvary, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Mount Zion, King David’s Tomb, Cenacle (Room of Last Supper), Garden of Gethsemane, Mount of Olives

Day 6 Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jerusalem

Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, Ein Karem, Church of Nativity, Manger Square, Shepherd’s Field, Transfer from Bethlehem to Jerusalem,

Day 7 Jerusalem – Tel Aviv Departure

Free on your own until transfer to airport for departure.

Tel Aviv

White City of Tel-Aviv – Where the central hub for strolling, tech startups and coffee kiosks is an unassuming diamond in the rough. And over 4,000 buildings in Tel Aviv. Built in a unique form of the International Style, commonly known as Bauhaus from the 1930s. It’s the first ‘modern’ UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world in 2003.

Carmel Market – The largest market – or shuk – in Tel Aviv. Where you can taste various local specialties. If luckily you will meet some independent artists and vendors sell unique crafts, art, and jewelry along Nahalat Binyamin Street.

Jaffa Old City – A city that has existed for over 4000 years, many peoples have conquered, ruled, lived and left their mark to this day. The old narrow streets and courtyards are now another highly desirable part of Tel Aviv’s urban tapestry.


Caesarea National Park – Amazing ancient harbor ruins with impressive modern residences sit side by side and beautiful beaches. It’s the only place can discover and explore the architectural handiwork of the Romans and how they engineered the port.


Bahai Gardens – The 19 terraces are designed as waves or circles all drawing your attention to the Shrine on the central terrace. The stunning gardens are landscaped to geometric perfection offering a visual illustration of the tenets of the Baha’i faith – oneness, unity and diversity of mankind.


Akko Old Town – One of  a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the oldest cities in the world. Walking in Akko’s winding narrow streets, mysterious passageways, towering minarets, and muezzins’ chants calling Muslims to prayer.


Capernaum – It was Jesus’ second home. You can still see some of the stucco work, frescos and motif carvings on the walls as well as inscriptions in Greek and Aramaic commemorating the synagogue benefactors.

Church of Multiplication of the Loaves & Fishes – The site where Jesus appeared for the fourth time after his resurrection. The church features stunningly restored mosaics from the fifth century, the most famous of which depicts two fish around a basket of bread.

Wooden Boat Ride on the Sea of Galilee – It’s a sensory experience that immerses you in the tales of the past and the enchantment of the present and learn more in-depth about this well-known lake’s historical and spiritual importance.


Basilica of the Annunciation – Where was announced the birthplaces of Jesus. It’s the largest Christian church in the Middle East when it was completed in 1969. The colorfully decorated and strikingly modern architectural style.


Old City of Jerusalem – The Old City is enclosed by a 12m-high (39-ft.) wall built in 1538 by Suleiman the Magnificent. Among its 220 historic monuments, the Dome of the Rock stands out: built in the 7th century, it is decorated with beautiful geometric and floral motifs. It is recognized by all three religions as the site of Abraham’s sacrifice. The Wailing Wall delimits the quarters of the different religious communities, while the Resurrection rotunda in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre houses Christ’s tomb.


Church of Nativityd – The Church of the Nativity is one of the oldest working churches in existence today. Walking from the door towards the nave, it is possible to look through wooden trapdoors at Constantine’s original 4th-century mosaic floor. 

Shepherd’s Field – The site is also well known for its ancient Olive Trees that date back to the time before Jesus’s birth; tradition holds that two of these trees mark the location where Kind David wrote many of his Psalms.