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Liberal and Reform movements team up for unique Europe Tour

23rd March 2015

Liberal Judaism’s youth movement LJY-Netzer is launching a new 10-day tour of Europe that is truly one its kind.

Combining with Reform Judaism’s youth movement RSY-Netzer, a brand new route will see those in school year 12 visiting the former Yugoslavia for the first time, as well as Austria.

The Kayitz Netzer Tour takes place from Sunday August 16 – Wednesday August 26 and will see students discover the culture and heritage of cities including Sarajevo, Split, Dubrovnik and Vienna.

LJY-Netzer’s Tom Francies said: “Although our previous route of Prague, Budapest and Berlin was unique when Kayitz Netzer began, it is now very well serviced by lots of Jewish youth organisations.

“We wanted to give our members something truly unique this year and so we put this tour together with Jeremy Leigh of Jewish Journeys, who is an expert in European Jewry.

“All those coming on Kayitz Netzer will get the chance to travel around Europe, explore amazing sites, discover unique Jewish history, take part in social action and have lots of fun with old and new friends.

“This truly is the trip of a lifetime!”

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