In the last 18 years the number of boutique wineries in Israel has leapt exponentially from seven to nearly 300. The quality of these new wines is attracting connoisseurs worldwide.
Home of the lush Bahá’í Gardens, national science and maritime museums and Israel’s only subway, Haifa has lots to offer tourists.
First International Jerusalem Symposium for Green and Accessible Pilgrimage will help religious travelers put a green foot forward.
The Biblical Zoo is a favorite meeting spot to observe a vast range of animals in their natural habitats.
Amateur archeology experience in Israel lets you connect with the past and search for treasure, one careful shovelful at a time.
No need to take out your wallet to enjoy these 18 suggestions for touring, trekking and tanning in Israel’s city by the sea.
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?