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A Jewish Heritage Tour to Morocco

Posted by Gil Travel on January 12, 2023

Morocco is not only one of the best travel destinations in the world, but it is also a perfect place for Jewish heritage travel. From Casablanca’s Jewish community to the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, the colorful and hospitable culture, amazing markets, and spectacular natural travel location have a mix of every ingredient for a magical trip combined with the right ingredients for delicious food, as well. 

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Topics: Family Tours, group travel, Jewish Heritage, World Travel

Dubai As A Top Jewish Travel Destination

Posted by Gil Travel on January 8, 2023

If you time traveled twenty years back and asked someone from back then if they thought the sea level city of Dubai would ever be a Jewish travel destination, they might think you were joking. It wasn’t so long ago that the idea of traveling to Dubai seemed like a pipe dream. However, it’s shaping up to be one of the best Jewish travel destinations this year. 

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Topics: group travel, World Travel, Best of 2023

Visiting Bahrain The New Jewish Travel Destination

Posted by Gil Travel on January 2, 2023

If you’re looking for a trip for Passover, have you thought about Bahrain? This Gulf country is home to an ancient Jewish community living in modern cities, and it’s also a unique opportunity to explore various islands, participate in watersports like kitesurfing and windsurfing, and learn about the thousands of years of history in this unique location. It’s worth the trip.

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Topics: group travel, World Travel, Best of 2023

History in the Making

Posted by Rebecca Stern on December 1, 2020

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Topics: Culture and Heritage, Fun stuff, Gil Travel, Jewish Heritage, World Travel

A unique Cycling Mission in Hungary

Posted by Gil Travel on April 7, 2020

JDC On Wheels to Hungary and Romania, June 2019

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Topics: Jewish Heritage, World Travel

Gil Travel Group Travel Insurance

Posted by Gil Travel on April 3, 2020

In the last month, travel insurance companies are inundated with claims having to do with ramifications of Covid-19 – whether it be a cancelled flight, closed borders, fear of endangering health and fear of the unknown. Since this is an unprecedented situation, the rules and regulations of the insurance companies have become fluid and are adjusting in their favor given the circumstances.

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Topics: Gil Travel, World Travel

A Mission destination that hasn’t been done before

Posted by Gil Travel on March 30, 2020

Delight your members with a Women’s mission to Amsterdam

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Topics: Jewish Heritage, World Travel

Fine Dining in Budapest

Posted by Gil Travel on March 23, 2020

Budapest. The city of many wonders. One of the things it’s been known for is the delicious and hearty traditional cuisine.  In recent years it has also become more popular for its fine dining. There are many particularly interesting fusion, local-meet-international, experimental, themed, Michelin-starred, and numerous other types of restaurants, with talented chefs creating wonderful dishes for the locals and visitors alike. These meals are not only pretty to look at, but are absolutely delicious. Let’s check out some of the places that serve these mouthwatering foods.

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Topics: World Travel

The Musical Prague

Posted by Gil Travel on March 12, 2020

The Czech Republic is a country famous for a great number of arts and artists, writers, architectures, but also – and maybe most of all – for its brilliant musicians. This country and its capital are one of the most significant contributors to the world's library of the most renowned music.

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Topics: World Travel

Celebrating Easter in Russia: Things You Should Know

Posted by Gil Travel on March 9, 2020

Spring is finally here. And with Spring, comes Easter - a time to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus, as well as play traditional games and have a lot of fun painting eggs. However, celebrating Easter is not the same all across the globe. As you know, there are two Easters in the world, observed at different times: the Eastern Church Easter and the Western Church Easter. Countries are like families, and each brings something of their own to the feast.

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Topics: World Travel