30. November 2019 00:00
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem & Haifa
01.03. #TelAviv Arrival, Tour introduction
02.03. #TelAviv Meet Melody Sucharewicz (consultant for
German-Israeli cooperations), city tour
03.03. #TelAviv Visit a university, spare time
04.03. #Jerusalem Visit the Old City, meeting an expert on
05.03. #Jerusalem Choose yourself: Yad Vashem (Holocaust
museum) or Herzl Museum, in the
afternoon: go to Mahane Yehuda Market,
visit the Israel Museum, or meet Orthodox
06.03. #Haifa Visit the educational center “Mashmaut”,
enjoy a presentation on Zionism, meet
Shoah survivors, celebrate Shabbat
07.03. #Haifa City tour, meet Christian Arabs
08.03. #Haifa Spare time, departure
Until 30th Nov 2019 via e-mail
With your details on:
First Name, Surname, Date of bith,
address, e-mail, mobile number
+ passport ID and date of expiry.
950 EUR (half board, shared
rooms, incl. flight)
Number of Participants:
max. 20 persons, min. 10 persons
Flight: Departure in Frankfurt a.M.
Connecting flights can be added individually
with the help of Scuba.
We recommend to have an own
health insurance for trips abroad.
Notice: Private extra days are possible. Country program is 550 EUR. Flight via travel agent or on your own.
People with reduced mobility cannot take part as we will rely on public transportation.
Israel. Few words arouse such polarizing views and emotions. For
our trip to the Jewish state we want to offer something different to
that typically offered by, say, a mainstream tour operator: education. We want to discover the views and the mindsets of people of
various backgrounds in Israel – about themselves, their country,
and also about their connection to Germany. We will encounter
some Holocaust survivors and their descendants, meet young
Israelis still in their school years or studying at university, and
endeavour to examine our Western, outsider view of Israel and
Israelis, and consider its validity: is it reasonable; is it accurate?
By examining history and religion, as well as the modern state
with its high-tech sector, we want to deepen our understanding
and appreciation of the Israeli reality, in contrast with perceptions
of Israel widely espoused across Western Europe. This enhanced
appreciation is essential to grasping why a basic solidarity with
Israel is important for all democracies. As such, this trip is suited
not only to young people in general (between 18 to 40 years
old), but also for mainstream educators, such as teachers and
lecturers. As a team we would love to welcome you on this trip!