Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna & Prague

July 9-16, 2019

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Rabbi David Abrahamovitz

Born in Toronto, Canada, David has been living in Israel since 2004. Over the last decade, he has been teaching Bible Studies and Jewish Law in Jerusalem. David studied Jewish history throughout his life and all four of his grandparents were Holocaust survivors. Nonetheless, only after his first visit to Poland did he begin to comprehend the enormity of Polish Jewish history and the Holocaust.

 

Since 2007, he has led many successful Poland tours for participants from all over the world. He has recently expanded tour locations to include countries in Western and Central Europe, including Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Slovakia. His trips are educational and meaningful. His guiding is informative and always enthused with passion.

David lives with his lovely wife and children in Ramat Beit Shemesh. When not guiding for The World That Was, he can often be found furthering his research. 

Who is this trip for?

This trip is recommended for adults above the age of 18.

How do we meet up in Budapest?

We will meet in the arrivals hall of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport or pick you up from Budapest hotels on Tuesday, July 9, at approximately 10:00am. Our trip concludes in Prague on Tuesday, July 16, at 2:30pm.

 

For those participants who require accommodations or logistical assistance before or after the trip, please send an email to david@theworldthatwas.org.

Transportation

We travel on a luxury coach bus, to ensure you are comfortable throughout our travels. 

Hotels

Rest and comfort are essential. All our fine hotels are 4 or 5 star, and are all very comfortable and impeccably clean. Their desirable locations enrich our tour. 

Budapest: Continental Hotel Budapest

Vienna:  Hotel Stefanie 

Prague: King David Kosher Hotel

Food

Our caterer prepares 3 quality Glatt-Kosher meals a day.

Insurance

Prior to our trip, our participants should arrange their own medical/travel insurance.

Payment

Participants individually arrange and pay for their flights.

  • The all-inclusive tour land cost is $3,300 USD*.

  • The early-bird price is $3,100 USD* for those registering and paying the deposit by Monday, December 31, 2018.

  • Your spot is reserved upon paying a deposit of $450 USD.

  • Deposit due Sunday, March 3, 2019.

  • Balance due Monday, April 1, 2019.

*Based on double occupancy. The single room supplement fee is $500 USD. 

Cancellation Policy

In the event that you cancel your tour:

  • Deposits are non­refundable. 

  • Cancellations more than 60 days prior to tour – 90% of balance refunded.

  • Cancellations between 30 to 60 days prior to tour – 50% of balance refunded.

  • Cancellations less than 30 days prior to tour – no refunds.

Rabbi David Abrahamovitz - Phone: +972-52-516-7028 - Email: david@theworldthatwas.org

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