Christian Tours of the Holy Land

2,000 of Christianity has forever left its mark on the Holy Land and Israel. The art and architecture of each church and site tell the story of the Jesus Christ and the origin story of the fledgling religion that shaped the world. 

Nazareth 

Church of the Annunciation where Mary was told of the Immaculate Conception.

Kafr Kanna 

The town and findings of Jesus' first miracle, turning water into wine.

Yardenit Baptismal Site

Baptize in the same river as Jesus and John in a meaningful ceremony and beautiful location.

Christian Archaeological Findings

Visit ancient Magdala where Mary Magdalene was from and see the fishing boat discovered in the Sea of Galilee built in Jesus' time. 

Tabgha and Church of Peter's Primacy 

Mount of the Beatitudes

Location of the Sermon on the Mount

Capernaum

The town of Jesus and Christianity's oldest church.

Nazareth and the Galilee

The 4th-7th centuries was a period of inspired building all over the country.

Desert Churches and Monasteries

- Kasr al Yahud - The original baptismal site on the Jordan River.

- The Nabatean cities and churches of Avdat and Mamshit that seemingly appear out of nowhere in the Negev.

- The world's first monasteries in the cliffs of the Judean Desert.

Trail of Saint Helena

Visit the four churches Helena built and the countless more she inspired when visiting Palestine in 323 CE.

Christian Cities of the North

See the ruins of Byzantine towns, churches, and Mosaics scattered around the Sea of Galilee, Golan, and Upper Galilee.

Byzantine Palestine

Via Dolorosa

The 14 Stations of the Cross from Jesus' trial to resurrection.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

The holiest site in Christianity, where Jesus was crucified and resurrected.

Mount Zion

Room of the Last Supper and Dormition Abbey

Mount of Olives

Church of the Ascension, Church of the Pater Noster, Chapel of Dominus Flevit, Church of All Nations at Gethsemane, Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

The Garden of the Tomb

The Protestant recreation of the setting of the crucifixion and resurrection.

Jesus in Jerusalem

Visit the fortresses, churches, and battle sites of the Catholic Crusaders that dominated the land from 1099 - 1264 CE

North

- The city of Acco's preserved and restored halls, tunnels, and churches.

- Tzfat's stunning fortress on the top of Mount Canaan

- Belvoir Castle's immense power and gorgeous view over the Jordan River.

Centre

- Fortress and battle site of Apollonia

- The cathedral in Ramle - the largest fully intact Crusader church in the world

Jerusalem

- Crusader architecture of the churches and city structures that have survived for nearly 1,000 years later.

Crusaders in the Holy Land

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