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Lower Galilee

Tour Highlight



This amazing archeological site was the capital of Galilee during the early lifetime of 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. 

Lower Galilee 

Embark on a captivating journey through the heart of Galilee, where biblical history and vibrant culture converge. Our tour begins at Cana of Galilee, a site of immense significance in Christianity, renowned as the place where Jesus performed his first miracle, turning water into wine. The spirit of the ancient tales comes alive as we delve into the stories that have shaped the Christian faith.

Next on our itinerary is the enchanting city of Nazareth, steeped in history and spirituality. Wander through the charming streets, once the very paths where Jesus walked during his childhood. Although transformed into a bustling city, Nazareth still exudes a unique charm, with its vibrant Arab culture and thriving culinary scene that entices food lovers from all around. Our exploration in Nazareth takes us to several key sites, including the awe-inspiring Catholic Church of the Annunciation, the Arab market, Mary's Well and the Orthodox Church of St. Gabriel. Each site reveals fascinating stories that unfold before your eyes, offering a glimpse into the ancient heritage that has shaped the region for centuries.

As our day unfolds, we will ascend Mount Precipice and be rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view of the picturesque Jezreel Valley. The scenery stretches as far as the eye can see, a mesmerizing vista that connects the past and present of this remarkable land.

For those seeking more historical wonders, we can include a stop at Sepphoris, an ancient Jewish-Roman city from the time of Jesus. Explore the well-preserved remains and marvel at the intricate mosaic floors, including the famed face often referred to as the 'Mona Lisa of the Galilee.'

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