The Abraham Path is a cultural walking route that retraces the journey of Abraham, the legendary ancestor of over half of humanity, who is known for his hospitality and kindness toward strangers.
The route follows a range of independent walking trails in the Middle East, unique to each geography that the route crosses. These trails are largely the fruit of local initiatives, developed and maintained by a wide range of local organizations and enthusiasts.
The IDA is partnering with the Abraham Path to jointly celebrate the region, create virtual and educational experiences connected with the route, and encourage more young people to explore the fascinating culture and history of the Middle East. Visit our Abraham Path multimedia installation on Trafalgar Square to find out more.