ISRAEL21c brings you eight awesome ideas for celebrating the Festival of Lights in Israel, where it all happened back in the year 165.
Siebenberg House in Jerusalem’s Old City sits atop revealed treasures of Jewish history, most notably a palatial residence of Hanukkah’s hero family.
Float your cares away on the mineral-rich body of water that makes up one of the world’s most unique and unusual seas.
The Ein Hod Artist’s Colony isn’t just a place where some of Israel’s best artists live and work. Check out its galleries, museums and hands-on workshops.
The capital of the Galilee is on every tourist’s must-see list, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune.
ISRAEL21c invites you on a walk along one of Tel Aviv’s liveliest boulevards.
Israeli street art reveals the history, culture and slang of an area – and a great way to learn how to speak to Sabras.
See the country’s gorgeous landscapes from above in one of five cable railway options.
In the midst of a cultural oasis in Tel Aviv lies a pastoral meeting place with a reflecting pool, gardens, buskers and sandbox.
Sleek electrified trains run on rails from north to south, changing the face of public transportation in Israel’s largest city.