Eisenstadt at First Glance City Walk

If you would like to take a closer look at the city of the great composer Joseph Haydn, this is the perfect tour for you to discover the castle of the Counts of Esterházy and learn more about the life and the work of Joseph Haydn. Also, we will have a look at the famous Jewish quarters of Eisenstadt.

Venician Ghetto and Synagogue Tour

Regular guided tours in English and in Italian to the Levantine Synagogue and the Luzzatto midrash are available on Thursdays (from 11:30 am until 5:30 pm) and on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (from 10:30 am until 4:30 pm). It is possible to book private guided tours to 2 synagogues and the Luzzatto midrash.

Izmir Jewish Heritage and Jewish Synagogues Tour

Get to know the Jewish heritage of Turkey on this guided culture and history-themed small group day tour from Izmir. Visit Kadifekale Castle, Asansor, Beth Israel Synagogue, Dario Moreno Street and House-Havra Street with the flexibility to set your own itinerary and schedule. Explore the streets of Izmir on foot, learning about the rich Jewish history of this ancient area along the way. Synagogue and Jewish heritage day tour for small private groups from Izmir All museum and site entrance fees, private guide, and lunch included free Personal guide and small group size allows fully-flexible tour itinerary Door-to-door hotel pick-up and drop-off in air-conditioned vehicle included

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Jewish Tuscany Classic Tour

Walking tour of Florence and a visit to the Synagogue. The tour starts at the Colonna dell’Abbondanza in Piazza della Repubblica where the ancient Jewish ghetto and Renaissance market once stood. It was demolished when Florence became the capital city of Italy. As we travel through the city center, we reach the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and the Baptistery where we can admire the Eastern door, better known as the Door of Paradise. We continue along via dell Oche. Two Synagogues once stood on this road – one of Italian extraction and one Spanish – before the Synagogue was built where we find it today. The tour now takes us to the Synagogue of Florence: the construction of this beautiful structure is the symbol of the Emancipation of the Jewish community in Italy. It was constructed between 1874 and 1882, and is, not surprisingly given the artistic context in which it was conceived, considered one of the most beautiful Synagogues in the world. The tour ends with a visit inside the Synagogue and the adjacent Jewish Museum.


Avraham is a ‘Tzabar’ (a native-born Israeli), a High-Technology professional, an avid traveler, a certified Tour Guide in Hebrew and English, and has a wealth of experience guiding and operating tours in Israel for both groups and individuals. AvrahamTours provides an exciting and enjoyable, moving and enriching experience, thanks to Avraham’s extensive knowledge on the subject. A love of the country and its people is a vital ingredient for a successful tour and Avraham has both. He knows Israel, her fascinating history and her many charming secrets.

Israel offers many beautiful sightseeing sites to visitors and travelers. You can find a lot of holiness, glory and fun when you come and visit Israel. You can enjoy Israel by touring its historical and archeological sites and routes, combined with hiking and tracking in Israel’s beautiful nature.

Yuval De Joannes

My Name is Yuval De-Joannes. I live in Moshav Tzafririm in the Ella Valley and I lead tours throughout the country for over twelve years.
My passion for traveling began in my early school days, when I’ve joined the school of environmental studies in the Negev desert. Upon completing my military service as a paratrooper, and traveling the world for a couple of years, I’ve joined Ben-Gurion University and started my academic life.
First, I’ve achieved a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral sciences, and then through Haifa university, a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology.
My fieldwork took place in Ireland, on one of the Islands off the west coast, where I stayed for nearly two years.
Upon my return, I tried to put into practice the knowledge of people and history I’ve gained and completed an International tour guiding course, conducted by the Open University, and another tour guiding course conducted by the ministry of tourism. A third course I’ve completed was conducted by the ministry of education.
Through the years I’ve received special expertise certificates, from the ministry of tourism in Christianity, Zionism, desert tourism and wine tourism.
From here the road was open to a new career. I’ve decided to focus on Israel, and to put all my energy in exploring it in depth.
For me guiding is a passion, if not a call. Every tour I take is different for me. Even if the sites might repeat themselves, they are always fresh for me, cause every time I see them through different eyes, the eyes of those I travel with.

when I’m not guiding I enjoy hiking in Israel and around the world, mountain biking and reading.

I guide families and individuals in Hebrew, English and Italian, and offer a wide range of focal points – theological, archaeological, historical, botanical, geological and more.

It could be a day tour or a full package tour, all customized to your needs and desires.
I use a luxurious Mercedes van, so you can be sure to travel in comfort and safety.