Arrival to the Ben Gurion airport and assistance by a representative of E.S.T, transfer to your hotel of Jerusalem.
Dinner and overnight at hotel Dan Panorama.
2nd day – Tribute to the Victimes
After breakfast, visit to the Holocaust Memorial - Yad Veshem,
Continue to the hospital Hadassa on the outskirts of Jerusalem, in Ein Kerem, to admirer the Marc Chagall’s stained glass.
Lunch at Ein Kerem followed by a visit to the Basilica of Visitation.
Return to your hotel, conference on glass fabrication in antiquity and during Marc Chagall period.
After breakfast, visit to the Hebrew University on Mont Scopus. Amazing view over Jerusalem.
Continue via the old city and through the Wadi Joz, the Kidron valley and the City of David facing the Mont of Olives where lies the worlds largest Jewish cemetery. Keep to the Dung Gate, the Walling Wall, the Saint Sepulcher Church and the Western Wall Tunnels.
Return to your hotel for dinner at 18h.30.
At early evening proceed to the Museum of Coexistence – this museum is sitting over the old Mandelbaum crossing point which allowed moving from East Jerusalem to West Jerusalem before 1967. This museum particularity lies on its presentation of art as a universal language in order to stimulate public debate.
After breakfast, visit to the Museum Israel, with the model of the city of Jerusalem as it was in the 2nd Temple period, the Shrine of the Book where the famous Dead Sea Scrolls are kept and the sculptures garden. Free time and lunch at the museum. View the Knesset and the Menorah.
After lunch, visit the old city of Jerusalem. Start by David's Citadel, where you will find a model of Jerusalem dated 19th century which slept for decades at the Palais des Nations in Geneva! Walk through the shouk in Jerusalem.
Return to your hotel, dinner.
Conference with a member of the Israeli parliament.
Leave Jerusalem to Caesarea, where you will visit the Reali museum, a private museum dedicated to the South American art of biblical inspiration. Lunch at Caesarea's golf court restaurant. Meeting with one of the most respected Israeli sculptors.
Keep to Tel-Aviv.
Visit to the Independence Hall where you will find the declaration of independence of the state of Israel proclaimed by David Ben Gurion.
Transfer to your hotel of Tel Aviv.
Dinner at a typical local restaurant.
Late breakfast and free morning. Meeting at mid-day sharp and proceed to the Opera Admirer the deco executed by the glass master Chihully. Appetizer at the opera and free return to your hotel.
20h.00 dinner at the Litvak gallery, with an exhibition of Chihuly.
At the morning, an urban architect will show us Tel-Aviv, UNESCO's cultural heritage site due to its unique collection of Bauhaus style buildings.
Stroll around the trendy neighborhoods of Neve Tsedic, Florentin and the Tahana (old station in the line Damascus - Cairo.)
Option for the afternoon: Design museum, planned by Ron Arad, and re opened.
Late afternoon, cruise off the coast of Jaffa-Tel Aviv.
Transfer to the Ben Gurion airport.