Biblical Destinations Israel • The Holy land • Egypt • Jordan • Syria • Lebanon • Turkey • Greece • Malta • Italy
Cultural Destinations China • Russia • South Africa • Peru Switzerland • Austria • Germany • Poland
River Cruises Nile • Douro • Rhone • Danube • Rhine.
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Petra, the "secret lost city" carved out of the living rock in the mountains of Biblical Edom. It remained unknown until 1812.
Jerusalem, located in the Judean Mountains with some 3000 years of Biblical history. The oldest part of the city was settled in the 4th millennium.
Cappadocia, a stunning region of natural beauty in central Turkey with underground cities.
Corinth, once had two major seaports; one in the Isthmus for western vessels and one on the eastern Mediterranean for eastern vessels.
The Sea of Galilee, The lowest freshwater lake on Earth and the second-lowest lake overall.
Puteoli, an ancient sea port west of Naples Italy. After seven days here, St. Paul journeyed to Rome on the Appian Way.
Cairo, Several of the Giza pyramids are counted among the largest man made structures ever built.
Ararat, the massive, 25 miles in diameter and bridges Armenia, Iran and Turkey. Genesis locates this mountain as the resting place for Noah's ark.
Ephesus, the Library once held nearly 12,000 scrolls. Designed with an exaggerated entrance so as to enhance its perceived size.
Patmos, a small Greek Island in the Aegean sea. The Bible ends here, with the apocalyptic vision of John as detailed in the Book of Revelation.
Xi'an, One of the oldest cities in China and one of the four great Ancient Capitals and home to the unique "Terracotta Army".
Assisi, a beautiful town in Italy's Umbrian region. A major pilgrimage destination as the birth place of St. Francis and St. Claire.
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