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Community City Tour in Mexico - Modern Jewish Community

FACE-TO-FACE JEWISH TOURS ARE BACK!

WE ARE ORGANIZING FACE-TO-FACE TOURS AGAIN!
IN-PERSON TOURS DEPEND ON DATE AND LOCAL SITUATION, RESPECTING HEALTH PROTOCOLS.



WE ALSO OFFER YOU "VIRTUAL TOURS" - ZOOM TOURS, ORGANIZED FOR INDIVIDUALS OR GROUPS.
More information in this link: Zoom Jewish Tours


Places visited:
+ Community Centers:
* Bet El and Bnei Itzjak en Polanco
* Monte Sinaí
* Sephardi
+ Maguen David Community
+ CIM-ORT Jewish School
+ Deportivo Israelita Center

Optional: Reforma Avenue and Monuments, Anthropology Museum (entrance fee not included)

Duration: 6hs
+ Lunch in a Kosher restaurant to be defined or in the Deportivo (cost not included)

Prices:
Only 1 passenger: USD $220.-
2 passengers: USD $180.- each one
3 or 4 passengers: USD $160.- each one

** For more than 5 passengers, please ask by email: [email protected]

Includes:
* Bilingual guide (Spanish / English), member of the local Jewish community.
* Entry to the sites visited
* Private transportation

Not included:
* Donation to Jewish places visited


Important: The photos of the promotional flyer are for reference and the places to visit during the tour are subject to availability and personalized organization of the itinerary, according to the interests of each passenger.

Book now: Modern Jewish Community - Community Jewish City Tour in Mexico

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More information about the places we visit in the tour

Jewish Museum in Mexico

Jewish Museum in Mexico

The "Tuvie Maizel" Jewish Historical and Holocaust Museum was founded by Dr. Tuvie Maizel and inaugurated by Miguel Alemán Valdéz on 24 June 1970. It was closed for renovation and reinaugurated on 24 June 1999 by Miguel Alemán Velasc...

Bet El Community

Bet El Community

Rabbis: Marcelo Rittner and Leonel Levy. On 15 July 1961 the first Kabalat Shabat took place among the congregants of what was from that point called Congregation Bet-El, in a rented home in Colonia Polanco. Around 200 families got together...

Mount Sinai Welfare Society

Mount Sinai Welfare Society

Mount Sinai Alliance Welfare Society was built on three fundamental pillars which have been the essence of its philosophy: Welfare Education Religion. In June 1912, Mexican Jews decided to come together in a group that would provide mut...

History of Jewish immigration



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