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TOUR FEATURE INCLUDES: • Round-trip air: USA – Tel Aviv – Athens – USA


• Meet and assist upon arrival by your Homeric Tours representative


• Private deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach throughout


• Christian English speaking guide(s) • Christian tour escort throughout • Your choice of 3, 4 or 5 star hotels • 9 Nights of hotel accommodation


• Breakfast and dinner daily as indicated in the itinerary


• 8 Days of sightseeing tours • Optional 3 or 4 Day cruise available • All transfers • All entrance fees • Hotel taxes and service charges • Port taxes and onboard gratuities • Porterage of one suitcase per person • USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program


The itinerary may be modified and tailored to the specific requirements and budget of your group.


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Temple of Apollo, ruins of Ancient Corinth


DAY 8: JERUSALEM After breakfast we visit Mt. Zion see the Upper Room, revered as the site of the Last Supper, and the Tomb of King David. Behold the house of High Priest Caiphas where Jesus was imprisoned for a night and the Church of St. Peter in Gallicantu where the Apostle denied Jesus three times. End the day with worship at the Garden Tomb. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 9: TEL AVIV / ATHENS After breakfast we fly to Athens where we begin our city tour. We visit the Acropolis, the ruins of the Parthenon, and its Museum, Erectheum, and Propylaea. View Mars Hill and the Agora, ancient marketplace and center of Athenian public life, where Paul preached. Also experience modern Greece, the House of Parliament, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Palace and much more. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 10: CORINTH


Drive to Corinth, the city that inspired many of St. Paul’s most familiar letters, to visit the Archaeo- logical Museum, the marketplace, the Bema and the Temples. Return to Athens where you have the rest of the day at leisure. Tonight you have the opportunity to enjoy traditional Greek music, dancing and food in the Plaka section. (B)


DAY 11: USA After breakfast we transfer to the airport for our flight back home. (B)


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WE RECOMMEND AN OPTIONAL 3 OR 4-DAY GREEK ISLAND CRUISE


DAY 11: PIRAEUS / MYKONOS Board the ship at the Port of Piraeus and sail to Mykonos. Stroll at leisure through the white washed, flower decked alleyways of Mykonos, to the sculpture-like church of Paraportiani or along the waterfront to the famous windmills. (B,L,D)


DAY 12: EPHESUS / PATMOS Arrive at the port of Kusadasi, Turkey. Here you begin your excursion to the ancient Greek City of Ephesus where Paul spent two years during his ministry. It was to this community that Paul may have written his Epistle to the Ephesians. Early Christian tradition also suggests that Mary, mother of Jesus, may have died here. You will visit the ruins of St. John’s Basilica where tradition tells us the “disciple whom Jesus loved” was buried. You will also visit the Temples of Diana (Artemis), one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Board the ship and sail to the beautiful island of Patmos. Here St. John wrote the Book of Revelation, the last book of the New Testament. (B,L,D)


DAY 13: RHODES


This old fortified city was built by the Knights of St. John upon their return from Jerusalem and has changed little since. You may elect to stroll through the streets or take an excursion to the Acropolis of Lindos. Visit the port where Apostle Paul arrived, Several optional shore excursion are available. upon request. (Note: Rhodes not included with the 3-day cruise). (B,L,D)


DAY 14: CRETE / SANTORINI Arrive in Heraklion, the capital of Crete. Take an optional excursion to the Palace of King Minos at Knossos, the center of the Minoan civilization. Afterwards, cruise to Santorini, the Volcano island considered to be one of the 10 best islands to visit in the world. (B,L,D)


DAY 15: ATHENS / USA This morning disembark at the Port of Piraeus and transfer to the Athens airport for your flight home. (B)


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