This amazing archeological site was the capital of the Galilee during the early lifetime of Jesus. Due to its proximity to Nazareth, many believe that this place has significance in the understanding of the historical Jesus.
The hometown of Jesus and the city of the Anuncation. Visit the Annunciation Basilica, Mary's well, Mount Precipice, the market and much more.
Visit Cana of the Galilee- where Jesus performed his first sign and turned water into wine.
This tour includes Cana of Galilee, one of the most traditionally essential sites in Christianity and noted as the place where Jesus miraculously turned water into wine. Not far away is the city of Nazareth, the town of the Annunciation, where Jesus spent his childhood. No longer the pastoral village of biblical times, it’s a bustling city with a vibrant Arab culture and is quickly becoming a destination for foodies.
In Nazareth, we will visit the impressive Catholic Church of the Annunciation, the Arab market, Mery's Well, the Orthodox church of St. Gabriel and much more.
We could end the day with a panoramic view of the Jezreel valley from Mount Precipice or, if time allows, we can include a stop at Sepphoris (Tzipori), a Jewish-Roman city from the time of Jesus with impressive mosaic floors that includes the famous face dubbed as the ‘Mona Lisa of the Galilee.’