Gil Travel offers an incredible guaranteed Jewish Heritage tour through Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest and Prague to the most meaningful Jewish Heritage sites in Eastern Europe.
Begin your Jewish Heritage Eastern Europe Tour in Warsaw with a special visit to the Old Cemetery dating back to 1806, one of the largest in Poland. Also in Warsaw, your tour will take you on a walk along Memory Lane; see the Warsaw Ghetto Heroes monument, a dramatic sculpture by Natan Rappaport, and the marble plaque commemorating Mila 18.Read More
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Melanie comes to Gil Travel by way of California, and the world! Arriving in Philadelphia not so long ago, directly via Rt. #50 (“The Loneliest Road in America”). She spent the previous twelve years in California where she took superb care of groups specializing in destinations throughout the United States and Canada. Melanie is from France and fluent in French and English. Her expertise includes: France, England, Brussels, Italy, Morocco and Mexico, making her a perfect addition to the Gil Travel Family. Melanie is working in Gil Travel’s creative and experienced Group Department providing excellent service.Read More
This July 18th marks the opening ceremony for the The 19th Maccabiah Games in Israel where about 32,000 people are expected to attend. Gil Travel works closely in conjunction with Maccabi USA and Maccabi World Union to organize travel for the athletes and supporters of the Maccabi Games in Israel, Australia, South America and Europe. The US has the largest delegation of athletes and supporters to the Maccabiah Games. After attending the 18th Maccabiah Games 4 years ago in Israel, Macabi Carasso, 16 years old, "was struck then by the realization that Jews live in lands he didn’t expect. His “aha moment” came upon seeing Azerbaijan’s flag, which got him wondering which countries with Jewish populations did not send delegations to the games." Carasso has helped to bring 21 new countries to Israel's Maccabiah Games, visiting 18 countries between June 2011 and January of this year, in an effort to recruit Jewish athletes to participate in the quadrennial sports competition that dates back to 1932.Read More
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