Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - Weekend package

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After the amazing victory of Netta at the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon the music festival is coming to Israel! The 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place for the third time in Jerusalem, Israel.

The exact dates for Eurovision song contest 2019 have not been announced yet, we expect the dates to be confirmed by late August 2018.

To help you celebrate Europe’s gayest, brightest and hottest song contest party, we have amazing Travel Weekend Package to Israel for you to live out your Eurovision dreams.

DAY 1: WEDNESDAY - Tel Aviv
Shalom and welcome to Israel! Upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, you will be greeted by our OUTstanding Travel Representative, who will assist you with your baggage and escort you to transfer to your hotel for your first of many overnights in one of the hippest cities on Earth! Tel Aviv is a world hub and capital of gay vibrancy and pride, a paradise combining golden beaches with a world-class nightlife, incredible culture and cuisine, and fantastic listed Bauhaus architecture. 
Night time - Party time! 
Start your fabulous weekend with a drink at Shpagat Gay Bar.

DAY 2: THURSDAY - Choose your Gay Bus destination to: Madasa and the Dead Sea / Jerusalem

today you will be joining one of our special Guy Bus Tours departing from Tel Aviv:

Option 1 - Masada and the Dead Sea:
Departing Tel Aviv, head south-east through the Judean Desert to the mountain fortress of Masada.
With the cable car we will ascend to the mountain top where lays the ancient fortress. Overlooking the biblical Moab Mountains, Masada was built in year 30 BC by King Herod. 
Right there, at the top of the mountain, in middle of the desert, discover the history of one the greatest Jewish symbols of hope and pride.
Continue to the lowest point on earth for some swimming & floating at Mother Nature's largest spa - The Dead Sea!
Spend the afternoon enjoying the buoyant therapeutic waters and world famous rejuvenating mud of this mineral-rich sea, before having an open  lunch at ones of area's hotels. 

Option 2 - Jerusalem:
Entrench yourself in the rich history of Jerusalem, the capital of Israel. Only being an hour away from Tel Aviv, get to absorb the spiritual nature of such sites as the Via Dolorosa, the Western Wall, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Last Supper Room and King David’s Tomb. Enjoy a delicious lunch in the historical Armenian Quarter where you will get the chance to visit and shop in the vibrant street markets of Jerusalem.
We will drive back to Tel Aviv in time to get ready to the contest's second semi-final.


DAY 3: FRIDAY - Tel Aviv
Following breakfast, start today with the tour of the White City guided by our OUTstanding tour guide. Feel free to inquire about our superb Gay community and experience Rothschild Boulevard, one of Tel Aviv’s most important and iconic streets. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, which includes the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with tens of top restaurants, and a leisure center. Visit the lovely Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv, built in 1887, and the historical sites of Old City Jaffa, one of the oldest port cities in the world; soak up its ancient atmosphere and walk along the famous Artist's Quarter. This is an amazing opportunity to get to know the city for yourself!

At night, hit the main gay event.


DAY 4: SATURDAY - Tel Aviv
A day to relax and recover, and make the most of your stay in Tel Aviv. Spend the day lounging at the Hilton Gay Beach or visiting the Tel Aviv port and gather your strength for the tip top high of this weekend- final night of the Eurovision Song Contest!

DAY 5: SUNDAY – Departure Day
Following breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer to Ben Gurion International Airport for your flight back home, taking with you everlasting fond memories of your Israeli Eurovision Weekend 
Goodbye and Le’Hitraot (till we see you again)!