Trip to the Holy Land
Experience an authentic journey, considered as unique and extraordinary, where you will visit the most important places of the Gospel.
1º DIA LISBOA / TEL AVIV
2º DIA TEL AVIV / HAIFA / TIBÉRIAS
3º DIA TIBÉRIAS / TABOR / TIBÉRIAS
4º DIA TIBÉRIAS / NAZARÈ / QUMRAN / JERUSALÉM
5º DIA JERUSALÉM / BELÉM / JERUSALÉM
6º DIA JERUSALÉM
7º DIA JERUSALÉM / TELAVIV / LISBOA
Igreja de São Pedro
The sanctuary of São Pedro is in the historic city of Jaffa and is connected to several episodes of the life of St. Peter. Just a few kilometers from Tel Aviv, it welcomes travelers from all over the world. It overlooks the city's harbor and is a natural beauty overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The tower of São Pedro church over the fishermen's harbor over the centuries has been the lighthouse for pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land.
Mount Carmel and the Cave of Elijah
Mount Carmel is a mountain off the coast of Israel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. According to the Bible, in this place the spiritual duel between the prophet Elijah and the prophets of Baal would have taken place. On its hill is the cave of the prophet Elijah, one of the most important, famous and sacred caves of the monotheistic religions. His presence gives Haifa religious significance to Jews, Christians, Muslims and Druze. Thousands of pilgrims attribute magical qualities and healing powers to the cave, and made numerous promises in this place.
Basílica da Transfiguração
Basílica da Transfiguração was built where Jesus was transfigured from the human body into a luminous being.
Museu de Israel
The Israel Museum was founded in 1965 as Israel's national museum. It is one of the largest in the world in biblical archeology, having housed artifacts from Africa, America and Oceania.
Templo da Ascensão
The temple is located on the top of the Mount of Olives and is a complex considered the place where the rise of Jesus was marked.
Capelas da Flagelação e Condenação com os Litóstrotos
The Christian tradition places here two moments of the passion of Jesus, the flogging and the condemnation to death. The two shrines are attached to a Franciscan convent.