Israel Roundtrip - Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea

Israel Roundtrip - Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea

Start off your journey in Tel Aviv - a bustling and active city that is also known as the first modern Jewish city. This city by the sea has it all, a great offering on entertainment, culture, art, festivals and a rich nightlife. After a 4 nights stay you will continue to discover magical Jerusalem. Famous for its old city, the wailing wall, the golden dome and vibrant and colorful Mahane Yehuda market. Go on a day trip from here on a route across the desert to see Masada National Park and to experience floating in the dead sea. The travel package includes a total of 7 nights. The price has been determined with departure from Madrid on 03/08/2019. The date of the trip, the duration, the hotel as well as the departure airport can be easily adjusted according to your wishes.
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Tel Aviv
Barajas / 16:10
Iberia Airlines IB 3316 Iberia Airlines
4h 45m Nonstop
21:55 Ben Gurion
03/08/2019 07/08/2019

Tel Aviv

About the city

Tel Aviv, located on the Mediterranean coast, is the second largest city in Israel. Tel Aviv is Israel’s center of entertainment and it has everything you need, wonderful beaches, luxury restaurants and small trendy cafes, interesting architecture, theaters, museums, shops and lots of great clubs and bars. Roaming Old City of Jaffa and the beautiful parks and gardens around it, is probably one of the more authentic things there is to do in this city. The Old City of Jaffa is near the Jaffa Port, claimed to be the oldest port in the world. Today there are restaurants, galleries and shops and street festivals in this picturesque port. One of the major landmarks of Tel Aviv is the rise of the Old City of Jaffa with the spire of St Peter's Church. The promenade from the northern beaches to the walls of Machmoudia Mosque runs along the shoreline and it is one of the must-do of any time in Tel Aviv. Whatever the weather and whatever the time of the day, with the Mediterranean on one side, this is a superb walk. If cosmopolitan life, interesting cafes and restaurants, hip clubs, beautiful beaches and stunning deserts are your thing, then Tel Aviv is definitely your place.

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The Diaghilev Live Art Suites Hotel

  • At 0.4 km from the center
  • 56 mazeh st, Tel aviv 65789
- Property Location In the heart of Tel Aviv, The DIAGHILEV LIVE ART boutique hotel is close to Habimah Square and Carmel Market. This 4-star hotel is convenient to Dizengoff Centre. - Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 54 individually deco...
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  • Superior Suite (1)


  • 4 Accommodation nights


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Budget Israel

Ben Gurion

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Aeropuerto
3 Aug 2019 22:55

Ben Gurion

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Aeropuerto
10 Aug 2019 03:00
Tel Aviv
07/08/2019 10/08/2019


About the city

Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel and it’s a holy city to the three major monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jerusalem is located in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea. Despite all the troubles surrounding the city, the city presents a harmonious whole you feel that the weight of the spiritual environs descends on your shoulders as soon as you enter the city. The Old City and its Walls form a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This ancient city is home to holy sites for Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and is filled with sites of massive religious significance and a bustling approach to life. The three main sights inside the Old City are the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Supulchre and the Temple Mount area which includes the Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa mosque. Via Dolorosa is the most popular street inside the Old City, especially among the Christian pilgrims since this was the path that Jesus Christ walked on the way to his crucifixion. There are 14 Stations of the Cross along the way .The 14th Station of the Cross and the final and most important location in Christianity is located in the Center of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Modern Jerusalem, where most of the hotels and restaurants are located, is built around the Old City. Jerusalem is the holiest of Holy Cities and offers so much to see and explore. The city is a fascinating blend of tradition, religion and modern life. It manages to feel totally exotic and mysterious, and yet completely familiar and welcoming.

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City Center Hotel Jerusalem

  • At 0.2 km from the center
  • King george st, 17, Jerusalem 94230
The apartments lie in the heart of Jerusalem, just a 30 minute drive from Ben Gurion International Airport. The Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and the Botanic Gardens are both reachable in 15 minutes by bus. Shops and cafes can be found on Ben Yehuda...
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  • 3 Accommodation nights

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Masada and Dead Sea Tour

day 5 - In Spanish - Tourist class up to 45 people
Journey down from Jerusalem descending below sea level through the Biblical wilderness towards the Dead Sea. On the way we can see the Inn of the Good Samaritan and stop on route to look out across the desert as we pass the point marking "sea level". The ancient city of Jericho can be seen in the distance where Joshua's troops caused the walls to fall (Joshua 6) and where Jesus healed the blind (Mark 10:46-52).

We reach the shores of the Dead Sea encrusted with white salt and follow the shoreline towards Masada. Although it's possible to climb the ancient Snake Path up Masada as the Romans did 2000 years ago, we take the convenient cable car up to the mountain top plateau. It was here that King Herod built a fortified palace complete with every convenience, a swimming pool, water cisterns, two palaces, store rooms and even a synagogue. Following Herod's death, the mountain top was the last outpost of Jewish zealots when the Romans tried to rid the land of Jews in the First Jewish-Roman War of 66-73AD.

It was on Masada that the first parchment from this era was discovered in an Israeli archaeological excavation. On the parchment was the prophesy of Ezekiel "…I will take the children of Israeli from among the nations…and bring them into their own land…" (Ezekiel 37). Heading back to the Dead Sea we pass the desert oasis of Ein Gedi where there is lush foliage and gorgeous waterfalls and where David hid from angry King Saul. We also pass by Qumran were the 2,000 year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in a number of hillside caves. To end off a perfect day we stop at the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth and a contender for the title of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. People come from across the globe to enjoy the therapeutic mineral rich waters. And don't worry if you don't know how to swim, the high salt content will keep you afloat.

Point of interest
- Dead Sea
- Masada
- Judean Desert

Opening/ Start time
Sunday-Thursday: 9-9:40am.
Friday and Saturday: 8:45-9:15am.

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Starting point:
Pick-up time at 8:30am.
Please wait in front of the hotel at least 15 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Please leave a 10 minute waiting period as the vehicle could be delayed due to traffic conditions or weather

End point: Same as starting point

Guiding options
Guiding type: Guide

Guests are required to be ready at the earlier time indicated.
Minimum Age: 4 years old.

We recommend to bring comfortable shoes, camera, swimwear, towel, sun cream, cap.\n
Ben Gurion / 05:40
Iberia Airlines IB 3317 Iberia Airlines
5h 10m Nonstop
09:50 Barajas


Israel Roundtrip - Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea
Israel Roundtrip - Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea