Forget vanilla. When Israelis eat ice cream they want to taste some local flavors. Two scoops of hummus ice cream anyone?
What is it about the White City on the Mediterranean that has turned it into the Silicon Valley of the Middle East?
Israel’s freshest and zaniest produce, plus wines, cheeses, fish and meat, beckon visitors to this high-end daily market in Tel Aviv port.
Cheer along as single-seater racing Ferraris, Mercedes-Benz and Audis – plus motorcycles – transform the city into a high-speed circuit.
Join revelers in Tel Aviv for an International social fun run and beer-drinking event. ‘It was the silliest run I ever did,’ says one enthusiast.
Take a spoonful of innovation, mix it with chutzpah, satire and dance and you’ve got Israel’s most creative new performance ensemble.
Sold online and in stores in 10 countries, the sticker art is user-generated from all over the world. Website visitors can ‘like’ and share them.
An Israeli company is leading the digital glass printing revolution and turning buildings into beautiful pieces of art.
There are more museums per capita in Israel than anywhere in the world, and they’re all bursting with innovation and creativity.
A Chinese production company was in Israel to shoot a romantic comedy called “Old Cinderella” using a backdrop of some of the country’s holiest sites and most exotic locations.