Nine wineries make modern use of the ancient Nabatean grape-growing terraces in Israel’s Negev Desert, a perfect climate for the craft.
Israeli street art reveals the history, culture and slang of an area – and a great way to learn how to speak to Sabras.
Be sure to bring a basket when you visit this Tel Aviv market filled with bakeries, nut, fruit and spice vendors, delis and fast-food stalls.
See the country’s gorgeous landscapes from above in one of five cable railway options.
Israeli websites HomeDine and EatWith kick off a new homey trend in vacation dining, creating cross-cultural experiences at the table.
In the midst of a cultural oasis in Tel Aviv lies a pastoral meeting place with a reflecting pool, gardens, buskers and sandbox.
Israel is one of the world’s best and safest places to try canyoning, a sport that combines rappelling, rope-work, climbing and swimming.
The underwater paradise along Eilat’s beaches brims with beautiful coral reefs, colorful fish and fascinating sunken ships.
Sleek electrified trains run on rails from north to south, changing the face of public transportation in Israel’s largest city.
On ISRAEL21c’s Journey to Israel, you will come face to face with some of the extraordinary people making Israel and the world a better place.