What makes Jewish Heritage Travel Programs


  • Quality Leadership
  • Customized tours
  • In-depth educational content
  • Outstanding scholars and guides
  • Deluxe accommodations and amenities
  • Gateway to memorable experiences

Meet Jewish Heritage Travel


Yoram Bilu is a professor emeritus of anthropology and psychology at the Hebrew University. His research interests include the anthropology of religion (focusing on saint worship, messianism, and religious healing), culture and mental health, the sanctification of space in Israel, and Moroccan Jewish culture.


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We can genuinely say that Aryeh’s trips are nothing short of exquisite.

—Fredric P.

Bedford, New York

Bucharest Choral Temple. Picture everything you could possibly want from a classic European country, add a certain quirkiness, and you have Serbia—where so many European cultures intersect and where Sephardic Jewish culture was  centered. Our trip will …


For centuries, Sicily was the center of civilized life. Today, it still possesses impressive remains from Greek and Roman antiquity in the form of Greek theaters and Roman temples. Accompany Professor Raymond Scheindlin and trip leader Aryeh Maidenbaum to learn about the important part played by Jews in Naples and Sicily. Experience spectacular scenery, delicious foods, and friendly, curious people while staying at the best hotels and learning about the tantalizing traces of Jewish life of the “Two Sicilies.”


The history and heritage of the Jews of Cuba is rich, many layered and influenced by an amalgam of Jews primarily from Turkey, Eastern Europe and those who fled Europe prior to the Holocaust. Powerfully impacted by the emigration of over 90% of its Jewish population following the 1959 Revolution, Cuban Jewry has nevertheless managed to survive as a unique and creative community.


Jews have lived in the Balkans since Roman times—with the largest numbers being Sephardic Jews, who arrived from Spain following the expulsion in 1492. Visit fascinating sites of interest, learn about the rich Jewish heritage of these three jewels of the Balkans, and meet leaders of the local Jewish communities. Led by Aryeh Maidenbaum and accompanying scholar Joseph Benatov, whose research has focused on the history of Jewish life in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Salonika, we will enjoy deluxe accommodations throughout the trip.