Part 2

Crypto-Judaism – Keeping the Faith During the Inquisition

We will learn about the famous failed boat escape of 1688 when 40 Crypto-Jews tried to flee the Inquisition of the island unsuccessfully. This interactive route challenges the viewers to imagine how secret Jews kept their Jewish traditions behind closed doors. What were some of their customs? How did they pass on through the generations this “illegal” religion? In his new and cutting-edge virtual tour, Dani Rotstein brings his wealth of Jewish informal education straight to your living room, pulling back the curtain on the Spanish island’s secret Crypto-Judio and Converso history. Don’t miss your chance to discover a unique 600 year-old community, one that the global Jewish world is helping bring back to life!

See the pricing list below and choose the modality that best suits your group as you fill out the form.

Scroll the table from left to right to see all 4 options (for mobile devices).

 
Option A

Private Tour
Option B

Private Tour
Option C

Private Tour
Option D

Public Tour
Exclusive landing page

Only for 3 or more Tours

Email Communication & Zoom Invite Sent by Jewish Majorca

List of Registered Attendees

Post-Tour Recording Provided

Complete Tour Outlines Provided by Jewish Majorca

Open Choice of Tour Dates & Times (Upon Availability)

Maximum # of Participants

50

25

25

Technical Support Provided

Session Duration

75 mins

60 mins

60 mins

60 mins

Tours Conducted Live in the Streets (EST/EDT)

8am to 6pm

8am to 1pm

8am to 1pm

Tours Conducted Live via Guide-Hosted Video (EST/EDT)

6am to 10pm

1pm to 6pm

1pm to 6pm

8am to 10pm

Cost for
Single Session
500 USD360 USD300 USD180 USD
Cost (each) when booking
Two Sessions
450 USD330 USD275 USD180 USD
Cost (each) when booking
Three Sessions or more
400 USD300 USD250 USD180 USD

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Medieval Majorca – The Golden Age

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