School is out, the temperatures are soaring, and the sea is warm. Now Israelis and tourists alike are looking for diversions to fill the long, hot days and boiling nights.
It’s summertime in Jerusalem, and whether it’s the wine or arts festival, or a drink downtown in Zion Square, people are out enjoying the city’s unique atmosphere.
On a hot Jerusalem night, the best place to go is the city’s international arts and crafts fair featuring a wild array of wares from Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
As the temperature rises, ISRAEL21c takes you on an exclusive video tour of the top ten ways to enjoy Israel’s “hottest” city, this summer.
Neve Tzedek is the first Jewish neighborhood built outside the port city of Jaffa. Once a rundown slum area, it’s now one of the trendiest and most expensive neighborhoods in Tel Aviv.
An annual, end-of-summer event in Eilat, this year Israel’s Red Sea Jazz Festival featured 22 groups, among them some famous local and international names.
With a $30 million infusion, Israel’s cycling scene is experiencing a renaissance as the bicycle trend catches on big-time with locals and tourists alike.
After several Kiryat Yam residents reported seeing a mermaid, the mayor of the quiet working class town has offered a $1 million reward to anyone with unshakeable proof of her existence.
The last decade has seen a tremendous surge in production of high quality wines in Israel, with wine sales reaching the $140 million mark. With the help of wine experts, ISRAEL21c offers you a guide to the country’s best eight wineries.
Jerusalem’s world famous puppet troupe, the Train Theater has helped turn Israel into a center for international puppetry.
It’s the city that never sleeps. Whether you want to eat, drink, dance or even just play chess, Tel Aviv’s clubs and bars are open all night long. Anything can happen, and everything goes.
When the summer heat is on, Tel Aviv is the place to be. Natives and tourists alike describe the city that never sleeps as the best spot to enjoy the hot summer months.
Little noise, no fumes, low power needs. An Israeli designed electric scooter is causing a stir with all those looking for an alternative solution to get about.
From the chilly waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the blue surf of the Pacific, swimmers and surfers are getting ready for a long, hot – and wet – summer. One of the few negative aspects to spending days luxuriating in the sea is the annual appearance of that enemy of ocean swimmers – jellyfish.
Does beauty come from within? An Israeli company LycoRed seems to think so. But enhancing that inner beauty can be done with the help of Mother Nature, and a tomato-based extract produced by LycoRed that is designed to protect the skin against harmful UV radiation.
Israelis like to party with unabashed gusto. It’s no wonder that the country’s club culture has produced a slew of innovative world class DJ’s. ISRAEL21c brings you a list of the top eight.