Israel has plenty of adrenaline-filled activities for pint-size travelers. Try kite surfing, alpine slides, bungee trampolines, dune-buggies and more.
The 2014-2015 season will include a multidisciplinary array of opera, dance, symphony, jazz, children’s programs and performances at Masada.
ISRAEL21c takes you to the boardwalk along the Mediterranean coast in Tel Aviv.
Short-term tourists and business people can pick up Israel’s native tongue in crash courses tailored to visitors’ schedules and needs.
Human guides are great, but these Israeli apps put a wealth of information and navigation at the fingertips of DIY tourists in Holy Land.
Tzameret, 49, and Tom, 28, craft scarves, shawls and sweaters from natural cotton, linen, wool, bamboo and soy in their Jaffa workspace.
Gili Rozin Tamam and Adi Gal’s funky MeDusa plastic handbags and jewelry have become a favorite of fashion bloggers and are selling worldwide by the bagful.
Tel Aviv’s 3D Factory sets a global trend with a do-it-yourself ‘experience store’ where anyone can print an actual object from a computer design.
A new award-winning construction kit from Israel’s Yama Design and Keter Kids lets children build their own house, boat, car, tent and other structures.
You’ll wish you were here, hanging out with family and friends at one of Tel Aviv’s best spots for leisure and recreation.