Great way to understand and discover Jewish history in Europe, continue Jewish tours with river cruises around the continent. River cruises take you to both known and unknown locations, which you can not usually visit on a cruise ship.
Many river cruises with all-inclusive excursions and terrain routes. But if you want to go alone, there is the highest 3 most famous destinations that can make your outdoor discovery memorable. Portugal is the only synagogue in Portugal's reform, opened at Ohel Jacob Synagogue in Lisbon, Lisbon. This historic place was officially recognized in 1913 and brought together the Lisbon Jews.
The history of Jews from Spain and Portugal came back two thousand years ago and is directly linked to the Sephardi Jews. At that time, even if Jews were not recognized as a community, they were successful in a successful settlement and growing wealth. Today, you can hear, read and write Hebrew but Arabic, English and Hebrew-Spanish-Moroccan languages, under the name Haketia.
In Lisbon, you will be introduced to the outstanding and brilliant Jews who are social and socially
You will also hear the great tales of Crypto Jews who secretly persecute in Portugal after persecution.
You will see the famous inscription discovered by archaeologists at Jena University. The stone inscriptions pointed out that the population of the Jews in Portugal was already evident in the Jewish community since the 1960s. However, during the Roman and Renaissance era, Arles occupies a great place thanks to the Jewish center. The Jews are actually creating an Arabic-Hebrew translation center in Arles.
However, the growth and development of the Jewish community in Arles was abolished in the 15th century. Finally, they were expelled in the 1940s and did not return.
Arles is currently known as an important Roman remains and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arles has become famous as an impressive painter, Van Gogh has lived for a year but has produced more than 300 paintings and drawings. Arles is also one of the most famous grape varieties, such as Domaine de la Vallongue and Domaine de Valdition.
Arles's visit is like looking back to the Jews, influencing France's history. In addition, most kosher river cruises offer kosher winery tasting in Arles
Venice is one of the most important Jewish communities in Europe.
Venice, having fled Spain in 1497 and Portugal in 1497. The English word "ghetto" comes from the Venetian ghetto or Jews living in crowded areas. The Venetian ghetto is also one of the oldest Jewish quarters in the world, which has been around for 500 years.
In addition to the ghetto, another famous venue for the Jewish tour is Venice's Fondaco dei Tedeschi, a historic warehouse, luxury store. Fondaco dei Tedeschi was a German merchant community that influenced how the Catholic Church saw the Jews. These sites guarantee that Jewish cruise is more memorable and worthwhile. It would be better to book a kosher river cruise because it is more likely to give you one of the routes mentioned above.