“Europe Orient Rally” journey: from Germany to the port of Ein Gev to the Kingdom of Jordan

Unique cars, a cover show in classics from the 60s and 70s, a circle of drummers around the fire, food tracks, restaurants and more, Tuesday 24.5, free admission

Ein Gev Port will host the ‘Europe Orient Rally’. Photo by Orly Locke

Ein Gev Port will host the ‘Europa Orient Rally’, an adventurous, international motoring trip that has taken place again this year after a two-year hiatus due to the Corona. Lovers and lovers of motor sports, are invited on Tuesday 24.5, to the port of Ein Gev, to watch the special and colorful cars and enjoy a cover show from the 60s and 70s, a circle of drummers around the fire and more.

In this year’s “Europe Orient Rally”, 60 competitors in about 30 cars will participate. Competitors from Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, India, Jordan and Israel will travel a 7,000-kilometer route with the cars. For a week, they will travel around the country, through the Galilee landscape, Tel Aviv, Mateh Yehuda Regional Council, Eilat, the Dead Sea, Jerusalem and from there to the port of Ein Gev, the last stop in the country before moving to Jordan to continue the journey.

Part of the rally experience are tasks that the contestants are given, such as the production of the Israeli-German friendship capital, for which they come with raw materials for the beer produced with raw materials from Israel at the “Liberia” brewery, or a bottle of water with them from all over Europe. the salt. There they will pour the water into the sea to raise awareness of the danger of extinction of the Dead Sea. In addition, the contestants bring as many teaspoons as possible, which they will bring to the Uri Geller Museum in favor of a future sculpture that will be built from all the teaspoons and placed in the museum.

Ein Gev Port will host the ‘Europe Orient Rally’. Photo by Orly Locke

Orly Locke, The Israeli representative and board member of “Europe Orient Rally”, which participates in the rally and is very active in organizing and managing the passing section in Israel: “This is our opportunity to expose rally participants to our small and special country, A life of sharing and reality, a wonderful wealth of culture and places of entertainment that would not embarrass the great capitals of Europe. ” In addition, Locke thanks all the partners in the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, members of the Grutrali Club and Hagit Zeidner-David who heads it, her friends in Israel and hopes that after this week there will be more ambassadors to Israel who will warmly recommend a visit to Israel.

At 18:30: A cover show by the “Road 90” duo with foreign and Israeli classics from the 60s and 70s.

At 20:00: A circle of drummers around the fire and an interactive session with African jumbo drums, rhythm and coordination games, dancing and lots of humor.

To complete the experience you can enjoy a food terracotta: falafel, hamburger and sweets and the fishermen’s meeting with a variety of fresh fish dishes, salads and children’s dishes, the fruit-coffee house, soft drinks and more (for a fee).

Free admission, food and drink for a fee.

Details on accommodation and attractions in the port: 04-6659800, www.eingev.co.il

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