Excursion «173. Ein Hod, Rothschild Park, Druz Village»

Class «Tourist class»
Type Group tour
Language Russian

Ein Hod
There is an amazing village in the north of Israel - the village of artists Ein Hod. It is located in a very beautiful place, overlooking the sea, magnificent forests, and the local gorge.
Artists have chosen this place in the middle of the 20th century. The settlement gradually expanded, in addition to workshops, galleries appeared. The flow of visitors began to grow, cafes and restaurants began to open in the village.
The settlement grew in popularity among foreign tourists. Here you can meet guests from all over the world.
The village lives and transforms, always hospitably greets visitors arriving from different countries.

Zichron Yakov. Rothschild Park
The history of this city is closely connected with the family of the richest Jewish philanthropists - the Rothschild barons. And the city itself is named after James (Yakov) Rothschild - the father of its founder Edmond Rothschild, who linked his fate with this place. The name of the city of Zikhron Yaakov is translated from Hebrew as "In memory of Yakov".
We will walk along the wonderful streets of this city. Let's get into the atmosphere of the late 19th century.

Druz Village
We will go to one of the Druz villages. We will talk about their traditions and culture. And most importantly, we will visit a private villa, where you can take many photos, plunging into the atmosphere of a fairy tale !!!


Thematic excursion - October 11!

Departure days

Departure days depend on your departure city


Conditions for order cancellation: If a tourist cancels an excursion in less than 2 days, there will be a 100% penalty unless travel insurance has not been purchased.

  • People who are late and do not go on the excursion will not receive a refund.
  • The company is not responsible for lost items.
  • Requests for excursions for children under 5 years old are not accepted
  • Responsibility for having an individual insurance policy falls on the tourist.
  • Tourists may wait up to 30 minutes for the bus.
  • Minor changes to the route are possible.
  • The company reserves the right to change the departure time for the excursion, which is communicated to the tourist the day before.
  • The company does not sell excursions indicating seats on the bus.
  • Visiting holy places is permitted only in modest clothing (shoulders and knees must be covered).
  • Physical activity level: 3/5

We recommend: take drinking water, a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes with you on the excursion.

The cost of trips does not include and is paid on the spot: meals, unless purchased additionally.


Rothschild Park

Not far from Zikhron Yaakov (large settlement) is a park built and named after Baron Rothschild. In the depths of the park is the tomb of the baron and his wife.
Entrance to the park is free. The vast territory of the park is well-groomed and equipped. Walking along the paved paths, it is pleasant to admire a variety of plants: here you will find palm trees, acacia trees, and a huge number of beautiful roses in different shades. The park has many neat lawns and small trimmed bushes, there are small artificial waterfalls, as well as man-made ponds, in which there are a lot of lilies and goldfish.
One part of the park called the “Garden of Smells” is specially equipped for blind people. A large number of medicinal plants grow here, publishing pleasant aromas. Near each plant is a tablet with a description in several languages ​​(including Braille).

Zikhron Ya'akov

In 1882, thanks to Baron Rothschild and his financial support, the town of Zichron Yaakov was founded. He became the first Jewish settlement of modern times. And the name was received in honor of the father of the baron - James. The first Jews who arrived here from Romania settled in the town.

Today, visitors to the city are attracted not so much by history as by “Gan Hadiv” - a huge park located a little distance from Zichron Ya'akov. Baron Rothschild and his wife are buried here.

Ein Hod

Ein Hod is a unique place where artists, sculptors, writers, photographers, and other creative professionals live and work. The village was founded in the middle of the last century by Israeli artist Marcel Janco, who was a Dadaist.

Today, Ein Hod is a park complex. The village is home to numerous galleries, the Marcel Janco Museum with its library, antique shops, studios, workshops, and several exhibition halls where regular art exhibitions take place. Throughout the village, visitors come across intricate art objects such as sculptures and mosaics.