ISRAEL21c kicks off its new guide to the best places to visit at the weekends in Israel with an in-depth look at what to do in Jerusalem from Thursday night through Saturday.
It’s one of the hottest places to live on earth, one of Israel’s oldest cities, and Beit She’an also boasts a vast national park of archeology. Just make sure you visit in the winter.
Take a walk down the street at the heart of hip Tel Aviv.
From the Carmelit subway to the Carmel cable car, this picturesque northern Israeli port city is a hilly hub for coexistence.
Ski in the Hermon, watch the migratory birds, see the holiday lights, dance the lindy hop … there’s plenty of fun to heat up chilly days.
‘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.
Cool off in a famous fountain, play at the port, hit the trails – it’s all for free in family-friendly Israel.
The sprawling Tel Aviv University campus was one of many locations explored during Open House Tel Aviv, May 22-24.