Picture the scene, your travelled all the way from the States to get to Israel and your stopover is in London.
You arrive at Heathrow at 7am in the morning and have an opportunity to take advantage of doing some tourist things before catching the connecting flight at 10.45pm So what can you do when you've only got one day to make the most of what Jewish London has to offer?
Well, here's our guide to Jewish London in less than 24 hours.
1. Go to shul. Nearest ones are Staines, Ealing or Hounslow. All three are members of the United Synagogue, so ring ahead to confirm morning services.
2. By mid-morning you can go to the Jewish Museum in Camden. After that, it's time for lunch.
3. Grab some lunch and do a spot of Jewish sightseeing in Golders Green. Catch the Northern Line to Golders Green and here immerse yourself in the aroma that is north west Jewish London. Choose from any of the fine kosher eateries that have sprung up in the Golders Green Road. Top tip: Solly’s is Europe’s largest kosher restaurant, offering Israeli food. DKFC is good for chicken and burgers.
4. After lunch, get back on the Northern Line and change trains for a Circle/District and head towards Aldgate East and exit for Brick Lane. There you will get a glimpse of what the former Jewish area was. And even grab a bagel at the Beigel Bake.
5. Get back to Aldgate East and change where needed to get on to a Piccadilly Line train to Heathrow.