Sleek electrified trains run on rails from north to south, changing the face of public transportation in Israel’s largest city.
This summer at the Land of Israel Museum: Tales in the Sand, 15 lifelike sculptures of characters from the biblical Samson to Alice in Wonderland.
Some of Israel’s best water play can be found at the foothills of the Gilboa mountain range.
An Ottoman-era train depot has reopened in downtown Jerusalem as the city’s hottest new culture and dining destination. Come have a peek.
You’ve read about them on ISRAEL21c. Now you can meet the innovators behind Waze, Mobileye, Indigo, the cardboard bike and other successful Israeli companies in person.
ISRAEL21c has your kids covered this summer with superb suggestions for fun in the sun, water, museums and more, in Israel.
This city of 114,000 people is known for its top-flight science but also for its family feel and nightlife.
The waves of the Mediterranean flow mesmerizingly through natural caves of this northern Israel reserve with its fine vistas, cable-car ride and more.
It’s Friday morning in Jerusalem’s hip German Colony. The weekend has begun. Everyone’s out shopping, people watching, eating gourmet food, and enjoying the sunshine.
Home of the lush Bahá’í Gardens, national science and maritime museums and Israel’s only subway, Haifa has lots to offer tourists.