An Israeli specialist in ancient trees shares with ISRAEL21c his top 10 list of the most outstanding trees to visit, from north to south.
It was a tough contest, but someone has to win. ISRAEL21c picks the winners of its first-ever photo competition.
Aside from its many religious pilgrimage sites for Jews and Christians, Tiberias is a prime location for water recreation.
In Israel, breakfast is a smorgasbord of food featuring dishes from all over the world, and who says it’s just for the morning?
Amirim is a vegetarian holiday village with great views, easy access to holy sites, and a gastronomic reputation that makes salad stylish.
Experiencing the land through art ‘offers a whole other level of conversation about the social, religious and artistic aspects of Israel.’
It’s Tel Aviv’s most famous boulevard, and over the years its fortunes have risen and fallen. Today it’s once again in the top spot as one of the city’s best streets to visit.
‘Just like Socrates went to the Acropolis when he wanted to get knowledge, I’m going to the Acropolis of technology,’ says one high school visitor.
ISRAEL21c introduces a new series of videos exploring some of the country’s most beautiful and interesting places to visit
When The First Station opens this spring, it won’t be for railroad passengers but for shoppers, diners and culture buffs.