‘There is no question that Tel Aviv is a gay paradise,’ says community activist ahead of the Dec. 24-Jan. 7 festival.
ISRAEL21c takes you to the ancient Galilee city that’s the heart of Jewish mysticism, arts and crafts.
Jordan River rafting, pedal-boating in the park, cruising the Sea of Galilee, kayaking in the Red Sea – whatever floats your boat is possible in Israel.
Tmol Shilshom (Only Yesterday) in the historic Nahalat Shiva has been a favorite of patrons for two decades for the food, the literature and the romance.
If you’re looking for something a little different from luxury chain hotels, B&Bs, and youth hostels, then check out these uniquely unusual places to lay your head for the night.
Cool off in a famous fountain, play at the port, hit the trails – it’s all for free in family-friendly Israel.
Whether you prefer museums and galleries, crafts shows or painting the sights yourself, Israel offers a range of old and new art-related experiences.
See how a former German Templer colony in Tel Aviv has been transformed into the city’s hottest new culture and leisure spot.
It’s just you, your board and your kite.