Amateur archeology experience in Israel lets you connect with the past and search for treasure, one careful shovelful at a time.
Experiencing the land through art ‘offers a whole other level of conversation about the social, religious and artistic aspects of Israel.’
It’s Tel Aviv’s most famous boulevard, and over the years its fortunes have risen and fallen. Today it’s once again in the top spot as one of the city’s best streets to visit.
‘Just like Socrates went to the Acropolis when he wanted to get knowledge, I’m going to the Acropolis of technology,’ says one high school visitor.
With an excellent year-round climate and great swells, Israel’s waves are attracting surfers from all over the world.
Buyers from all over the world check out the cutting-edge creations of Israel’s young talented fashion designers.
Israel, Art and the Jewish People, sponsored by the Mizel Museum in Denver, took tourists into the studios and workshops of Israel.
Members of global Jewish advocacy group AJC spent a week in October exploring a different Israel.
The hosts of “Grannies on Safari” filmed two episodes in Israel as guests of the Tourism Ministry.
Every week as many as 300 rollerbladers hit the night streets of Tel Aviv through a loose confederation nicknamed the ‘Rollers.’ ISRAEL21c went to take part.