Nine wineries make modern use of the ancient Nabatean grape-growing terraces in Israel’s Negev Desert, a perfect climate for the craft.
Forget vanilla. When Israelis eat ice cream they want to taste some local flavors. Two scoops of hummus ice cream anyone?
Israel’s freshest and zaniest produce, plus wines, cheeses, fish and meat, beckon visitors to this high-end daily market in Tel Aviv port.
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.
In the last 18 years the number of boutique wineries in Israel has leapt exponentially from seven to nearly 300. The quality of these new wines is attracting connoisseurs worldwide.
In Israel, breakfast is a smorgasbord of food featuring dishes from all over the world, and who says it’s just for the morning?