Israel’s gourmet chocolatiers aren’t worried about reports of an impending chocolate shortage, they’re enjoying their sweetest time ever.
Raise a glass to Tel Aviv’s thriving cocktail and wine-bar scene.
Arad lies west of the Dead Sea, south of the Judean Desert and north of the Eastern Negev with its moon-like craters and breathtaking ridges.
In January 2014, a Jewish Israeli woman and an Arab Israeli man opened a backpackers hostel as a social business in the village of Jisr az-Zarqa.
This beautiful 19th century neighborhood offers green parks, history and culture, with a view of Old Jerusalem that can’t be beat.
ISRAEL21c takes a look at some exciting new travel technologies on show at the recent FuTurism.com travel conference in Tel Aviv.
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.
From the Red Sea Jazz Festival in February to the Hula Valley International Bird Festival in November, there’s something for everyone.
In this cobblestoned neighborhood of Jerusalem, the old and new, the traditional and the funky, coexist in colorful glory.
Where to hike, bike, run, skate, swim, dance and enjoy other athletic activities without spending a shekel.