It’s worth a trip to the Golan Heights to see the tallest waterfall in Israel and the stunning scenery around the Hermon-Banias Nature Reserve.
You’ll wish you were here, hanging out with family and friends at one of Tel Aviv’s best spots for leisure and recreation.
Take a spin with ISRAEL21c through the Red South Festival to see the brilliant wildflowers adding surprising color to the desert.
‘I enjoyed learning about how direct Israelis are, and the laid-back work environment that helps promote creativity,’ says one visiting US student.
ISRAEL21c tours the ancient port city to see how the already popular seaside tourist stop is getting more attractive by the day.
Twelve 9,000-year-old stone masks unearthed in the Judean Hills and desert are exhibited together for the first time ever, at the Israel Museum.
The Rabin Center and Israeli Museum in Ramat Aviv has an innovative way of illustrating each decade of Yitzhak Rabin’s life.
Fantastic views, beautiful gardens, holy shrines, world-class art museums – and much of Haifa can be toured for free.
Right now is the peak season for Israel’s brilliant wildflowers. Try these spots for some of the best viewing of anemones, cyclamen, irises and more.
The much-visited Trumpeldor Cemetery is the final resting place for Tel Aviv’s most famous citizens, including singer Arik Einstein.