There’s no shortage of fascinating tourist sites for the first time traveler to Israel. But what about on that next visit, when you’ve already done Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Masada? Fortunately, we have just the TripTik for you: our top 10 “off-the-beaten-track” tourist attractions in Israel.
Despite chronic water shortages, Israel has some spectacular landscaped gardens that attract visitors from all over the world. ISRAEL21c explores the best.
by Yossi Yeinan, Keshet It’s been 50 years since Irving Stone wrote his popular biography of Michelangelo, “The Agony and the Ecstasy”. If not for copyright restrictions, The Agony and the Ecstasy might be the title for a new history …
Individualized décor and attention to detail characterize a growing collection of cool new places to stay in Israel.
Israel’s picturesque Timna Park gets a spruce-up to attract more visitors to explore its rich archeology and its modern lake, hike and bike paths.
It’s fresh, it’s tasty and it’s fast. Israeli street food is famous far and wide — and as chef Janna Gur points out, with good reason
Every Tuesday and Friday, the Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian mall comes alive with artists and craftsmen as customers seek handmade treasures.
Keshet educational tours interface with Israeli society so that visitors understand that the story of contemporary Israel is their story, too. “Keshet is in many ways an organization of old friends who share their resources and excitement,” Yitzhak Sokoloff, founding …
If you want to buy the latest in Israeli fashion design, Tel Aviv’s Gan Hahashmal neighborhood is the best destination.
Israel’s newest hiking route allows Christian pilgrims to trek the same terrain where Jesus once walked. Israel’s recently inaugurated 60-kilometer Gospel Trail starts in Nazareth, where Jesus spent his early years, and ends up at the Sea of Galilee, the …