Respecting the days of Selichot.
We will walk through the winding alleys and picturesque neighborhoods of Nachlaot. In the 1860s, Nachlaot and Yemin Moshe were the first neighborhoods to be settled outside the Old City walls.
Respecting the days of Hanukkah.
We will tour through the picturesque Nachlaot neighborhoods, settled at the end of the 19th century and among the first outside the ancient city's walls.
Nachlaot is a district of smaller neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. We will hear the history of each of the neighborhoods as we walk through them.
Home to many artists displaying their work along the picturesque alleys of this ancient village, Ein Kerem is also the seat of several Christian sites including the Church of John in the Mountains where John the Baptist was born. We will also visit the Church of the Visitation and the Convent of the Sisters of Zion. Adjacent to Ein Kerem is the Monastery of John in the Desert at Even Sapir.