The Biblical Zoo is a favorite meeting spot to observe a vast range of animals in their natural habitats.
Yvel’s exquisite Megemeria jewelry collection is produced by Ethiopian immigrants to Israel who are learning a trade to support themselves.
Tons of ice made for tons of fun during the city’s first Ice Festival.
Even Brits can’t get enough of the Spice Way fruit and herbal infusions grown on a 50-year-old Galilee farm.
Almost 60 years ago, Dadaist painter Marcel Janco decided to found an artist’s village in Israel. Today Ein Hod has become one of the country’s finest art hubs.
2,000 years of history in one modern Mediterranean resort city – not to mention Israel’s largest golf course.
Ein Hod, nestled in the Carmel Mountains, was created as a home for artists, and offers tours and workshops in myriad art forms from glass mosaics to watercolors.
Every Hannukah, Israelis stop counting calories long enough to buy about 24 million mouth-watering, sweet and gooey, deep-fried sufganiyot.
Meet the first-ever Israeli winners of the ‘Oscar’ in comic-book retailing.