People come from all over the world to the Marzipan bakery in Jerusalem for its signature melt-in-your-mouth chocolate pastry.
It’s one of the hottest places to live on earth, one of Israel’s oldest cities, and Beit She’an also boasts a vast national park of archeology. Just make sure you visit in the winter.
Take a walk down the street at the heart of hip Tel Aviv.
From the Carmelit subway to the Carmel cable car, this picturesque northern Israeli port city is a hilly hub for coexistence.
Do you know where the word ‘dreidel’ comes from, and how many calories are in a sufganiyah? ISRAEL21c has the answers.
Ski in the Hermon, watch the migratory birds, see the holiday lights, dance the lindy hop … there’s plenty of fun to heat up chilly days.
Try the best baklava, chocolate, marzipan, halva, challah, bourekas and other mouthwatering treats that Israel has to offer.
Tmol Shilshom (Only Yesterday) in the historic Nahalat Shiva has been a favorite of patrons for two decades for the food, the literature and the romance.
Israel is fast becoming one of the most exciting food destinations in the world as its melting pot of citizens creates an extraordinary culinary culture.