Jewish Heritage Tour

HIGHLIGHTS Jewish neighborhood, Galata, Neve Shalom Synagogue, Ashkenaz Synagogue, Balat, Golden Horn, Star of David, Ahrida Synagogue, Jewish Hospital (Or-Ahayim), Exhibition of the Quincentennial Foundation, Ortaköy, Sepharads, Etz-Ahayim Synagogue
DEPARTURE TIME All year round – Guaranteed Departure
TOUR STYLE Istanbul City Tours
DURATION Full Day
INCLUDED
Transfer to and from hotel
Professional English-speaking guide
Lunch
NOT INCLUDED
Drinks
Tips to guide and driver
Personal expenses and optional tours
NOTES

Start after breakfast for a full day tour in centuries-old Jewish neighborhood, Galata, with its tower built by the Genoese. Visit Neve Shalom Synagogue & Ashkenaz Synagogue, drive to Balat along the Golden Horn where the Star of David appears on the facades of some buildings.

Visit to Ahrida Synagogue, built in the 15th century. If required, lunch at Jewish Hospital (Or-Ahayim).

Visit to the special “Exhibition of the Quincentennial Foundation” about the Jews in Türkiye, upon private rendezvous, and the Jewish Cemetery, where the martyrs of Neve Shalom are buried. Last stop at Ortaköy, first disembark point of Sepharads, welcomed by the Ottoman Sultan, and visit to Etz-Ahayim Synagogue.

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Price per adult 157 EUR
25% reduction for children 7-11 years old (under 12) 138 EUR
50% reduction for children 3-6 years old 89 EUR
Free for children 0-2 years old

 

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Day 1

Start after breakfast for a full day tour in centuries-old Jewish neighborhood, Galata, with its tower built by the Genoese. Visit Neve Shalom Synagogue & Ashkenaz Synagogue, drive to Balat along the Golden Horn where the Star of David appears on the facades of some buildings.

Visit to Ahrida Synagogue, built in the 15th century. If required, lunch at Jewish Hospital (Or-Ahayim).

Visit to the special “Exhibition of the Quincentennial Foundation” about the Jews in Türkiye, upon private rendezvous, and the Jewish Cemetery, where the martyrs of Neve Shalom are buried. Last stop at Ortaköy, first disembark point of Sepharads, welcomed by the Ottoman Sultan, and visit to Etz-Ahayim Synagogue.