It’s the season for tramping the Israeli countryside on good long walks. But not everyone can keep up the pace.
You’ll wish you were here, hanging out with family and friends at one of Tel Aviv’s best spots for leisure and recreation.
Roman Catholic clergymen take part in the Palm Sunday procession in Jerusalem’s Old City.
It’s not just Israeli homes that get hit by a pre-Passover clean up – so do the ancient stones of the Wailing Wall.
In the Golan Heights, the soil, altitude and climate prove ideal for making internationally award-winning wines for more than 30 years.
Climate change and deforestation may be to blame for a reported increase in lightning strikes and death by lightning, says Israeli professor.
Things haven’t changed that much over the centuries for the fishermen that ply the waters of the Sea of the Galilee.
Dressing up might be fun for some – but it’s a serious business for these tots.
ISRAEL21c looks at some of the ingredients that have made the White City on the Mediterranean second only to Silicon Valley.
Kings, queens, devils, nuns, clowns, camels, cartoon characters – you can never quite be sure who you’ll meet on the streets of Israel at Purim.