Jewish City Tour in Santiago de Chile
We invite you to enjoy an enriching experience of visiting historic and traditional places where Jewish life takes place in Chile.
Through this tour travelers can learn how community life was born and developed in Chile.
During the tour we visit the most important places of Jewish life in Santiago de Chile, such as:
* The Jewish Fire Station "Bomba Israel", the only one Worldwide with Jewish volunteers, founded in 1954.
* The Isarelit Maccabi Stadium - Community Center.
* Synagogues (Chabad, Mercaz, Sephardy and the older Synagoge in the city "Bicur Joilim")
* The Hebrew Institute (from outside).
** Admission to the institutions is subject to approval by members of security. If not is able to enter, we will show the site from outside to learn about the history, with the possibility of replacing the visit with another place.
Duration: 4 hours. (half day tour) (can be extended)
Monday to Sunday morning or afternoon. On Saturday you can not enter the synagogue during the tour.
** It takes, at least, 5 working days to book the service prior to the date of the tour.
SPECIAL PROMO: 5% off from the total, when booking Jewish tours in more than one city.
PROMO PRICE: USD $140.- per person (indiv. price for a tour for 2 or 3 passengers)
For 4 to 6 passengers: USD $130.- per person
For 7 to 10 passengers: USD $110.- per person
Only one passenger: USD $240.-
** The price not includes donations in Jewish sites. Please calculate an approximate of USD$50.- per passenger.
** It is paid in advance.
ASK FOR PRICES FOR ANOTHER NUMBER OF PASSENGERS
Optional (long tour - 7 hours):
Jewish Tour + City Tour in Santiago, visiting highlights tourist attractions in the city.
PRICE FULL DAY: USD $220.- per person (indiv. price for a tour for 2 or 3 passengers). Only one passenger full day: USD $350.-
Included: Specialized guides, English-Spanish speaking guides. Air-conditioned transportation. We manage the entrance for all sites indicated. Pick up and drop off from the hotel.
Not included: Meals and Tzedakah in Jewish sites.