Almost 60 years ago, Dadaist painter Marcel Janco decided to found an artist’s village in Israel. Today Ein Hod has become one of the country’s finest art hubs.
2,000 years of history in one modern Mediterranean resort city – not to mention Israel’s largest golf course.
Recently voted World’s Best Gay City, Tel Aviv is in hot demand as an international tourist destination.
A venerable open marketplace in Tel Aviv is attracting a new café clientele and gourmands in search of the freshest produce and spices.
Maybe it’s the geopolitical situation, maybe simply the truncated of month of February. Whatever the reason, it feels like time is moving faster and faster. In previous columns, we’ve viewed Israel through the stereoscopic lens, through cyan and red 3D …
The Dead Sea is one of the most extreme places to dive on the planet. Now an experienced diver is leading tours deep below the world’s saltiest sea.
Beach shack is getting a trendy upgrade as Israel’s first Pixel Hotel, a concept that turns unused urban spaces into unique accommodations.
Ein Hod, nestled in the Carmel Mountains, was created as a home for artists, and offers tours and workshops in myriad art forms from glass mosaics to watercolors.
The mystical, musical, magical city of Safed is an artists’ haven with lots of new places for tourists to explore and spend the night.
The secret is Mini Israel, a theme park with fully animated dioramas faithfully reproducing Israel’s buildings, landscapes and — most importantly — people.