Raise a glass to Tel Aviv’s thriving cocktail and wine-bar scene.
ISRAEL21c kicks off its new guide to the best places to visit at the weekends in Israel with an in-depth look at what to do in Jerusalem from Thursday night through Saturday.
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.