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Address: Highway 1, Latrun Interchange | P.O 753, Ramla 7210701, Israel
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+972 8-925-5180

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Quiet place in the middle of the way to Jerusalem

The monastery is located just on the way to Jerusalem. Good place to relax and drink a glass of locally made wine. The monks are friendly (even though they are not talking) A... read more

Reviewed 21 November 2016
Hadera, Israel
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Hadera, Israel
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Reviewed 21 November 2016

The monastery is located just on the way to Jerusalem. Good place to relax and drink a glass of locally made wine. The monks are friendly (even though they are not talking) A meeting with the monk Oliv'e is recommended

Thank eddyv5
Nashville, Tennessee
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

A lovely, quiet spot to meditate or pray. The Monks make a variety of wines which are for sale at the gift shop at the entrance. You can also purchase olive oil, cookies, and a few other homemade items to include honey from Latrun as well as postcards. Beautiful grounds.

1 Thank Ann C
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 26 August 2016

Latrun Trappist Monastery is great place to visit. The place is unique since the monks are silent. They have very good shop for wine and olive oil. The also have musical shows every Saturday at noon.

Thank Yossi N
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Reviewed 11 June 2016

I have passed this monastery countless times on the way to Jerusalem , so this past week , i made a real effort to visit this site . I arrived early , left early, and on a hot June day , without much water, this seemed the prudent thing to do . The monastery is set at the bottom of... More 

1 Thank Gedera_Guy
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 9 June 2016 via mobile

We visited the place on a friday and were guided by an amazing guide. The history of the place is something you must learn from their guides, not from here. You can walk around the gardens and outside the walls you can walk by the wineyard. Quiet and enjoyable. The store offers their wine and olive oil. Very good, both.... More 

Thank TRLPhoto
Rehovot, Israel
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Reviewed 29 April 2016

The monastery is a very unique one. Monks who took vow of silence live there. They make different kinds of wines and other beverages, home made cookies, marzipan bars, truffles and some other things. There is a great path around the monastery for those who love nature and would like to have a look around the place which is very... More 

1 Thank Nadezhda D
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Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

A place of peace and silence, you feel calm when walking within their garden. A shop with nice local products is at the enterance. Wine is nice but burbon is top class.

1 Thank Zoran T
Yokneam Moshava
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Reviewed 21 December 2015 via mobile

Nice, quiet place not far from Tel Aviv. We've been in Latrun to a Christmas happening~ there was a classical Christmas concert in the church (it is very simple and unusual) and supper in the Abbey dining room . Before the supper Daud (the guide) told us about the history of the place, how it is organised and about life... More 

Thank Alena S
Providence, Rhode Island
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Reviewed 28 March 2015

What a lovely place to visit great history,our guide explain all about the battles and history of the place. Beautiful shops with marvelous gifts also a place for wine tasting with very good prices,very nice people they sell all kinds of fruits and vegetables,I got papayas they were delicious,different from ours they have the best dried fruits and dates stand... More 

Thank rosagourmet
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Reviewed 14 March 2015 via mobile

A lovely place to visit. The place also has a nice shop with local produce and great tasting wine with excellent prices.

Thank Ron R

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