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SEPT 10-19, 2024



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Rabbi Jason Sobel

Rock Road Rabbi Tour Greece 2024 Rabbi Jason Sobel




SEPT 10-19, 2024



Rabbi Jason Sobel Portrait

Rabbi Jason Sobel

JOIN US FOR A LIFE-CHANGING, Study Tour  in Greece.

Explore the rich roots of your faith and let the Bible come to life in High Definition.

SEPTEMBER 10-19, 2024


Experience the Bible in HD

Embark on a transformative Rabbinic Study Tour across Greece and witness the profound impact it can have on your faith. Our carefully crafted experiences and locations will lead you through the diverse landscape of ancient biblical sites, thriving cities, lush vineyards, and mesmerizing seascapes, providing a deep immersion into the historical and spiritual significance of each location. From the ancient sites of Athens, Thessaloniki, Corinth, and more to the spectacular shores of Santorini, you’ll walk in the footsteps of biblical history alongside like-minded believers, fostering lifelong spiritual connections. Gain deeper insight into God’s Word and be forever changed as you experience the transformative power of a rabbinic study tour through Greece.

Indelible Locations

Unveil the life-changing places you’ve only read about for too long! Walk where the Apostle Paul walked, worshiped, proclaimed the good news, and proclaimed salvation available to all.

  • Upon your arrival in Greece, we’ll transport you to your hotel in Thessaloniki. After settling in, enjoy a welcoming dinner and an overnight stay.

Kavala, Biblical Neapolis, and see the famous mosaic of where Paul first landed in Northern Greece.

Philippi the ancient city where we’ll explore its ancient ruins (Acts 16:11-40). This is where Paul preached his first evangelical sermon and baptized the first Christians in Europe, and the crypt where Paul was imprisoned.

Visit the baptismal site of Lidia, the first European woman to be baptized in Europe.

Thessaloniki, – The White Tower, and the place where he sowed the seeds for the Thessalonian church (Acts 17:1-9; 1 Thessalonians).

Veria, where you’ll see the church of Apostle Paul and the Bema of Apostle Paul mural.

Visit the ancient town of Vergina and its royal tombs.

Experience the breathtaking Meteora monasteries, perched atop towering rock formations. Visit monasteries like the Great Meteoron and the Monastery of Saint Stephen.

The ancient city of Delphi,

Explore the agora, Temple of Apollo, stadium, and more.

In Athens, you’ll tour iconic landmarks, including the Modern stadium, the house of the Parliament, Academy, and university.

Ancient Corinth.

Visit the Acropolis and the Areopagus, where Paul preached to the Athenians, (Acts 17:22-34).

Corinth canal and ancient Corinth, where you’ll explore the town and follow in the apostle’s footsteps (Acts 18: 1-18,1 Corinthians).

Fly to Santorini. Volcano cruise.

Sail to the island of Palea Kameni for the hot springs, the famous mud baths, in the small bay of Agios Nikolaos where the water temperature is around 35 degrees Celsius

Return to the old port of Fira.  Dinner in a tavern with a Greek Wedding Show

Prophitis Ilias a small church in the center of the Island, for unique panoramic photos. drive to the famous Akrotiri-the well well-reserved archeological site from the moments of volcano irruption. Oia village to admire famous in the world sunset, tasting the Greek mezes,  dinner, and wine.

Marathon Bay and Athens.

Athens, Marathon Bay, ancient history, and the most famous acropolis museum.

*Locations are subject to last-minute changes.

Ancient Corinth
Palea Kameni
Agios Nikolaos
Marathon Bay

Mike and Leesa

Fusion Global Partners

Mike and Leesa

“It’s pretty life-changing. Yeshua Jesus,. The places, where he was, what he accomplished, what he did for me. To understand the Jewishness of Jesus, to walk where he was, and what he saw.

Rabbi Jason does a wonderful job explaining the New Testament, how it correlates with the Old Testament, the beauty of the Gospels, and how they’re all integrated into the Old Testament.”

Carnetta W.

Rock Road Rabbi Tours

Carnetta W.

“We are in Jerusalem! Where Jesus died over there, carried the cross, and rose again. What Jesus has gone through is for my sins and the sins of the world. I wanted to come here for so long. I can’t really believe i’m here. Jesus Lives in my heart because he died for me on the cross here. When I go back, the world will know. I will tell them all about what I have learned here, my pastors, family, friends, and neighbors.”

Kaleena and Tiana

Fusion Global Tribes

Kaleena and Tiana

“One of the many things that God surprised me with this week is the magnitude of the Jewish faith and its connection to our Christian faith, and how little, even growing up in a Christian home, going to Christian college, knowing these stories from when I was young, and seeing them come to life here, connecting Old to New and the importance of the Jewish faith with my Christian faith.” – Tiana


Experience Land of the Bible with Rabbi Jason Sobel

Ready To Book This Life-Changing Experience?


 Join us on an extraordinary Rabbinic Study Tour through the Holy Land, a journey that promises to unravel the mysteries of ancient biblical sites and immerse you in the historical and spiritual significance of each location. From the ancient streets of Jerusalem to the serene shores of Galilee, embark on a transformative adventure that will ignite your faith and deepen your connection to God and His Word. Dive into the diverse landscape of biblical sites, thriving cities, lush vineyards, and arid deserts, walking in the footsteps of biblical history alongside fellow followers of Yeshua Jesus. Experience the profound impact of this captivating expedition and let it forever change the way you experience the Word.

Makedonia Palace, Thessaloniki
Makedonia Palace Hotel in Thessaloniki, Greece


Shabbat in Greece // On Friday evening during the tour, Rabbi Jason will lead us in a traditional Jewish Shabbat meal, complete with singing, sharing blessings, discussing scripture, and spending quality time together. Opening your heart to the beauty, simplicity, and connection of Shabbat brings about transformation, wholeness, and healing. This ancient tradition holds a profound power, and we would be honored to share it with you on a Rock Road Rabbi Tour in Greece.



World famous sunsets // Spellbinding sunsets, Greece offers breathtaking experiences as the sun gently dips below the horizon, casting a golden hue over the mesmerizing Aegean Sea. Reflect on all of God’s blessings, beauty, and promises for your life as you witness each sunset, a glimpse into a masterpiece sculpted by the hand of God, showcasing everlasting creativity and wonder that the world holds in its twilight moments.



Sail to the island of Palea Kameni // With its ancient origins, geological splendor, and biblical significance, Palea Kameni stands as a multifaceted destination that melds history, intrigue, and spirituality. Delve into the richness of the island. Your Journey to Palea Kameni promises an immersive and compelling experience, blending geological wonder with historical and biblical narratives.

Frequently Asked Questions: FAQ's

A $500 per person deposit is required for your reservation/application to be considered complete. Please be aware that there are a limited number of spaces available for this tour and your completed application with deposit secures your space.

Your completed application and deposit secures your place on the trip. Payment arrangements are available and customizable for each participant. You may also pay the full amount of your trip prior to scheduled dates.

There is a non-refundable $250 cancellation fee per person if you cancel before July 31, 2024. All cancellations after August 1, 2024, will incur an 80% cancellation fee.

No-Shows will incur a 100% cancellation fee.

To cancel your reservation, you must email Fusion Global at [email protected].

A copy of your passport will be required with your application and deposit. If you do not have a valid passport, please indicate on your application that you are in the process of obtaining one. You will need a passport that remains valid for at least 3 months beyond your intended departure date from the European Union (including Greece) country you are visiting. Additionally, the passport must have been issued within the past 10 years. For more detailed and up-to-date information, it is recommended to visit the official websites of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs at

U.S. travelers visiting Greece do not need a tourist visa for stays up to 90 days. Greece has a visa waiver program, allowing U.S. citizens to enter for tourism or business purposes without a visa. However, please note that visa requirements may vary for travelers of other nationalities. To stay informed about the latest regulations and check if a visa is required for your specific nationality, you can visit the following website: It provides up-to-date information on visa requirements for your trip.

Upon arrival in Greece, U.S. travelers will typically receive an entry permit in the form of a stamp or endorsement in their passport. This serves as proof of permission to enter and stay in the country for up to 90 days for tourism or business purposes. The entry permit includes important details such as the date of entry and the authorized duration of stay.

You should fly into Athens, Greece (ATH).

We suggest you compare prices with United, American Airlines and Delta just to name a few if flying from the U.S. you must arrive in Athens in time to catch your flight to Thessaloniki.

All in-country transportation is included in your tour cost. Two in-country flights and air-conditioned transportation will transport you around Greece. Upon arrival at Athens airport, you will go to Passport Control and then collect your luggage. Your Tour Guide will meet you at a prearranged location at the terminal and check you in (with your luggage) for your flight to Thessaloniki (55 min). We have 2 flights arranged from Athens to Thessaloniki.

1) At 17:00. You will have to land at Athens airport on September 10th at 13:00 at the latest.

2) At 19:45 . You will have to land at Athens airport on September 10th at 15:30 at the latest.

To protect your investment and cover unforeseen expenses, we HIGHLY suggest you purchase a Comprehensive Travel Insurance policy that includes coverage for cancellation, interruption, disruption, unexpected emergencies, and Acts of God such as weather conditions. Policies can be purchased through Travel Guard or TravelX.

There are no specific immunizations or medications that are recommended or required for travel to Greece, but you are welcome to connect with your primary care physician regarding their recommendations for you individually.

We will provide a list of recommended items and clothing to all trip participants before our tour. Please plan to bring comfortable shoes or sneakers, as there will be a lot of walking.

Most activities will include walking so participants will be walking approximately 2-3 miles per day. We would recommend wearing comfortable shoes or sneakers each day. Most walks will be lightly to moderately strenuous and there will be breaks throughout the day as you travel to and from sites. Please keep in mind that walks can typically include steps and uneven terrain. Some sites could be difficult to fully experience if there are physical disabilities with walking long distances or problems with the uneven terrain.

Tap water is safe to drink in Greece, but bottled water is also available for purchase.

You will have access to free Wi-Fi on the buses and in some hotels. Many cafes and restaurants also offer Wi-Fi. Some hotels will have Wi-Fi available for hotel guests at customary prices.

Please check with your phone service provider to determine if you will need to purchase an international plan to use your phone in country.

In Greece, the official currency is the euro (€), widely accepted for all transactions. It is advisable to carry some cash in euros, (we advise 400 Euro per person) especially in remote areas with limited card acceptance. For better rates, it’s recommended to avoid airport counters and use ATMs or local banks. Stay informed about fluctuating exchange rates using reliable currency exchange websites like In Greece foreign currency exchange services are readily available at banks and sometimes hotels. The Euro comes in various denominations, making transactions easy. Importing/exporting cash or gold for travelers from/to other EU Member States is unrestricted, but sums exceeding €10,000 must be declared at Customs.

In Greece, credit cards are widely accepted, especially in major towns and tourist areas. Visa and MasterCard are commonly used, while American Express and Maestro may have less acceptance. It’s essential to be cautious of potential bank fees and verify if a business accepts cards before making a purchase. They employ a chip and PIN system for credit card transactions, so make sure you have your PIN ready.

In Greece, credit cards are widely accepted, especially in major towns and tourist areas. Visa and MasterCard are commonly used, while American Express and Maestro may have less acceptance. It’s essential to be cautious of potential bank fees and verify if a business accepts cards before making a purchase. They employ a chip and PIN system for credit card transactions, so make sure you have your PIN ready.

In Greece, ATMs are widely available in populated and tourist areas, such as supermarkets, airports, ferry stations, banks, and metro stations, making them the most convenient and cost-effective method to obtain euros. While there might be a small transaction fee for using a foreign ATM card, it is still more economical than currency exchange offices. To minimize fees, choose the local currency option when paying the transaction fee and withdraw a sufficient amount at a time. Additionally, major banks in Greece provide foreign currency exchange services, ensuring better value when you check the daily rates.

Greece implements Value Added Tax (VAT) on most goods and services. The displayed price usually includes the VAT, and non-EU tourists can request a VAT refund for eligible purchases above a certain amount, provided they are exported in an unused condition within a specified time frame. Greece offers a refund rate ranging from 8.7% to 16.7% of the purchase amount, with a minimum purchase amount of 50 EUR per receipt. For more information on how to claim the refund, you can consult the following website: On the website, select Greece from the list and click on “Detailed refund guide and information.

Greece uses Type C electrical plugs, also known as Europlugs, and the standard voltage is 230 volts at 50 hertz. You’ll need a travel adapter to use your personal electrical appliances safely in Greece.

Breakfast and Dinner are included in your tour cost.

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