22 tourists from Campeche were trapped in Israel during a religious tour
The dream of 22 Mexicans to visit sacred sites was frustrated due to the escalation of violence in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that occurred yesterday.
This is a group of citizens from Campeche who are trapped in Israel, as announced on social networks by the Santa Cecilia de Campeche parish on the pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
The group, which includes men and women, arrived in Istanbul as its first destination.
They travel accompanied by Father Efraín, who is the guide in charge of leading the Campechanos during the pilgrimage.
These Mexican tourists from the state of Campeche began to publish photographs of the places they were visiting during their trip.
Even the travel agency Ocean Travel shared photos of its clients who are in Istanbul and would go to Israel.
“Second day in Istanbul, Türkiye. Visiting the Suleiman Mosque. Walk through the Bosphorus also known as the Strait of Istanbul, which separates Europe from Asia,” the parish expressed through its Facebook account, in which it shared photos of the travelers.
The tour group visited the Spice Bazaar.
Among the travelers is Carlos Escamilla Sosa, who traveled to the Turkish capital through the Turkish Airlines airline.
However, they never imagined the situation they would experience, being in the middle of a war, whose escalation yesterday left a total of 532 people dead.
In this regard, Governor Layda Elena Sansores San Román announced that the Campechanos are safe in a hotel shelter.
In photographs on social networks, travelers appear at the Istanbul airport.
In one of the images, there are 22 citizens, while two of them extend a Mexican flag.
The trip is planned for 12 days and just yesterday was the fourth day of the tour.
- The trip on which the 22 Mexican citizens, originally from Campeche, were going, was scheduled to last 12 days; The group is accompanied by the guide and priest Efraín.
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