Salamis Organisation would like to thank all those who trusted us so as to spend their holidays and enjoy their vacations with us this summer, on board, on our cruise ship, Salamis Filoxenia. One more season has ended on the 19th of October 2016 and the smile of our customers is the greatest satisfaction for the standard of service that is offered.
2day Holyland – Israel
Follow in the footsteps of Jesus on a fantastic journey through a global spiritual centre. The Holy Land – a magical place where myth and history meet, where churches intermingle with mosques and synagogues and where peaceful shrines are neighbored by bustling bazaars. You’re in for a one-of-a-kind adventure.
Israel – Holyland
Excursion to Jerusalem and Bethlehem
Dream a Dream visiting the very place where Jesus was born. Follow in the footsteps of Jesus on a fantastic journey through a global spiritual centre. The Holy Land – a magical place where myth and history meet, where churches intermingle with mosques and synagogues, and where peaceful shrines are neighbored by bustling bazaars – You’re in for a one-of-a-kind adventure!
Jerusalem draws millions of pilgrims and other tourists each year. We visit Bethlehem, and discover the town famed as the birthplace of Jesus. Tracing the events of the Nativity, this comprehensive tour uncovers the highlights of this holy city for worshipers of all religions!
Focusing on the Nativity, your visit begins at the Church of the Nativity – cited as the birthplace of Christ, and one of the oldest surviving Christian churches in the world. The hub of religious activity in Bethlehem is Manger Square which is flanked by the Church of the Nativity. At the Manger Square you can walk on the ground where Jesus was laid down after his birth. Here you will notice the white color of the chalk walls, which tradition states was caused by a drop of milk that fell while Mary was feeding the baby Jesus.
Discover the wonders of the historical city of Jerusalem on foot with your guide by stepping through the Jaffa Gate and into the world of the past. Thread through the bustle and hustle of the bazaar and around the quaint narrow cobbled streets, which will lead you to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and Golgotha. Following Jesus footsteps, we will walk Via Dolorosa leading us to the renowned Wailing Wall, built by Herod the Great as the retaining wall of the Temple Mount complex.