Visit to the National Holocaust Museum
Once a teachers’ training college, the building was used by resistance workers during World War II to smuggle some 600 children out of captivity and get them to relatively safe hiding places. This historic site hosts temporary exhibitions that tell the story of the Holocaust: it is a story of exclusion, of persecution and murder; but also of rescues, survival, and solidarity. This visit will happen on Yom HaShoah
Dinner in a private boat
A visit to the famous Van Gogh Museum
An art museum dedicated to the works of Vincent Van Gogh and his contemporaries in Amsterdam. An intimate meeting with the Canadian Ambassador to Holland
Tour of Jewish Amsterdam, including the Jewish Historical Museum and Children’s Museum. The Jewish Historical Museum is a beautiful, high-profile museum that occupies four monumental synagogue buildings in the middle of the Jewish Cultural Quarter. It provides a unique picture of past and present Dutch Jewish life in all its facets. The museum has an extensive collection of items ranging from paintings to films, and from utensils to 3D presentations
VIP visit to Anne Frank house. Learn about her life, the diary and the Secret Annex.
Visit to the Keukenhof Flower Gardens. This is the most beautiful spring park in the world with its sea of flowers. Each spring, the Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse come alive with blooming flowers in every colour of the rainbow. 7 million flower bulbs bloom over 32 hectares, the park is awash with the sight and scent of blossoming flowers
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Dublin Footsteps Literary Walking Tour. Discover Dublin’s incredible literary culture, exploring the city on foot and learning about the famous authors who called the city home. Visit famous landmarks like Trinity College which is home to the Book of Kells, the National Library and St Stephen’s Green; which are all important parts of the city’s literary heritage. Learn about the dozens of incredibly influential authors who have lived in the city and their classic works; Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Dylan Moran (to name just a few!) were born or spent time in the city
Jewish Dublin – support the community
VIP tour of the Jewish Museum
The Irish Jewish Museum stands on the site of Dublin’s Walworth Road Synagogue, which was once in the heartland of “Little Jerusalem”. The Museum was opened by the Irish-born and past President of Israel, Dr. Chaim Herzog on June 20, 1985 during his State visit to Ireland. The Museum preserves an important, though small, part of Ireland’s cultural and historic heritage. The Museum contains a substantial collection of memorabilia relating to the Irish Jewish communities and their various associations and contributions to present-day Ireland. The Museum is an all-Ireland museum and its material associates with the communities of Belfast, Cork, Derry, Drogheda, Dublin, Limerick & Waterford and relates mostly to the last 150 years
Walking tour of “Little Jerusalem”, including places previously associated with Jewish History in Dublin
Meet with the Israeli Ambassador
Enjoy a brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland's famous beer at Guinness Storehouse.
The EPIC or Emigration Museum
Located in the historic vaults of the CHQ Building at Custom House Quay, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum delves into the past of Ireland's diaspora in brilliant interactive detail. The state-of-the-art visitor experience explores the inspiring journeys of over 10 million people who left Ireland's shores throughout history
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*Please note: Order and type of activities are subject to change. For the most updated version please contact Keren Levy: email@example.com
*Optional hotel extensions are available.
Departure from Dublin to Toronto