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טיולים באנגלית

פריסת הסניפים של ESRA ברחבי הארץ מציעה מגוון נרחב של טיולים ברחבי הארץ באנגלית. חברי הארגון נהנים מהנחה של 30%. כולם מוזמנים להצטרף, לשפר את השפה, להכיר חברים חדשים ולתמוך בעבודתו החשובה של הארגון. שימו לב, בלחיצה על האירוע תועברו למידע המלא אודות האירוע באנגלית.


Ramat Aviv Trip to Bet Shean and Bet Alpha

Ramat Aviv Trip to Bet Shean and Bet Alpha

ESRA Ramat Aviv 

Wednesday 18 March | POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBA


ESRA Ramat Aviv invites you on a bus trip to Bet Shean and Bet Alpha with licensed tour guide Stephen Kliner.


Come explore Emek Yisrael - visit the stunning mosaic floor of the 6th Century Bet Alpha Synagogue, followed by a visit to the Bet Shean National Park extending over an area of 1600 dunam. Walk along Palladius Street, downtown Scythopolis, a Roman city boasting a population of 40,000. Visit the Roman bathhouse, shopping Mall, temples, shops and theatre. After a picnic lunch we will visit the Great Courtyard of Merchavia, where we will hear the amazing story of the first agricultural settlement in the Emek……..and much more, a fun packed trip!

Lunch: Bring your own picnic lunch.

Admission: ESRA members NIS 160 | Non-members NIS 210
Reservations: Click on the register button below or call ESRA Booking Office 09-9508371 (ext 2)
For additional information, please contact Stephen Kliner 058 6275427 or Terry Shlomo 054 4608420

All proceeds support ESRA local community projects.

Cancellation Fee: 10% up to 72 hours prior to outing. After this time, no refund available.

The trip is only suitable for participants who are in good health and who do not need ‎assistance.
There is a bit of walking and some gentle climbing on this outing.‎

Pick Up:‎
07:00 Ramat Aviv - Parking lot behind the Supersol off Tagor Street
07:30 Ra’anana – Mercaz Klita car park at corner of Hasharon St.
08.00 Ir Yamim, Netanya - entrance to Tennis Club on Sd Ben Gurion

Event Properties

Event Date רביעי 18 מרס 2020
Individual Price Free

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