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Nazareth Village is a living history farm and village that gives you the opportunity to experience what Nazareth was like at the time of Jesus and Mary. • Stand in our synagogue, an exact replica of the one where Jesus taught. • Watch olives from...more
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This place is a diamond in the rough. We would not have felt safe walking through Nazareth on our own, but being driven there by our personal tour guide was the best option. The village is separate from the hectic pace of Nazareth. It was...More
Our 3 bus loads of Christians on a tour of the Holy Land visited here in the late afternoon in October. Plenty of room for us. We were divided into smaller, guide led groups. Our group’s guide was Nathan. (I’m pretty sure. He likes to...More
No need to book in advance for individual tourists. There are 2 tours a day by in-house guides. Mine was Daniel Stranger. He conducted the tour in a very interactive way. Enjoyed it overall. Brings context to the things you read in the Bible. Coming...More
We enjoyed the service and the good atmosphere. The service was attentive and cordial. The food was delicious although slightly expensive in relation to the size of the dishes. We would love to come back.
There is a recreated "Village Park" from the time of Christ, that has a museum and tours. It is complete with period actors and so forth,,,, I had an informative and fun tour with a guide whose name I can't remember but he is a...More
Most sites in Israel that are significant to Christians have a church built over them. In many cases this helps to perpetuate knowledge of the location throughout the centuries the land has been conquered and re-conquered. But it is useless for pilgrims who want to...More