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Is There Anything to Eat in Tel Aviv? Kosher Touring in Tel Aviv

November 30th 2017

Tel Aviv is a fabulous place to visit for culture, art, science, technology, and design. The streets are brimming over with museums, centers, concerts, and hubs of all things that can fascinate the mind. What you won’t find in abundance around these bustling avenues are kosher restaurants. If you are dying to visit this hub […]

Spotlight on Jerusalem: Mike’s Place

January 14th 2017

Tel Aviv is famous for its nightlife. And truth be told, if you’re looking for a wild and crazy party that’ll keep you moving till the sun comes out, Tel Aviv is your best choice. If you’re looking for something a little less…committed though, there are some great bars in Jerusalem that you can enjoy […]

Through the Cold & the Rain: January Happenings in Israel

January 6th 2017

Ok, it’s hardly a week into 2017, you’re starting to feel those extra party pounds, and your New Year’s resolutions have already fallen apart. But the year has just begun, and there’s plenty of opportunity for fun, excitement, and gain. Check out these fun-filled January happenings around Israel, and kick off the year right. Sea […]

Fun & Unique Jerusalem Restaurants

November 29th 2016

Part of the fun of going on vacation is eating out, but having falafel, pizza, or the same burgers every night can get old fast. Lucky for you, Jerusalem is packed with loads of interesting eateries that’ll keep you entertained even as you dine. So check out these Jerusalem restaurants that are out of the […]

Romantic Restaurants in Tel Aviv to Impress Your Date

November 25th 2016

When the weather is cold and the skies are gloomy, we look for warmth anywhere we can find it. Going out might not seem like the logical way to stay warm, but finding a great restaurant that serves first rate food and sparks some romance between you and your date can really get your fire […]

3 Hot Tel Aviv Hotels with Indoor Pools

November 22nd 2016

Like Jerusalem, Tel Aviv has a wide variety of hotels for you to choose from that come with indoor swimming accommodations provided. While Tel Aviv is always warmer than the northern and central parts of the country, you might not appreciate a dip in the Mediterranean when it’s a brisk 55°F! Take a look at […]

Celebrating Yitzchak Rabin’s Life & Achievements

November 11th 2016

Israel commemorates Yitzchak Rabin’s memorial (this year it’s on Sunday November 13). The fifth prime minister of Israel, Yitzchak Rabin was both a strong political leader and a military man who served his country and his people admirably throughout several wars and across decades. After his assassination, Rabin was commemorated with several honors and numerous […]

November Events in Israel You Don’t Want To Miss

October 19th 2016

With the holidays behind you, November is super-charged with some excitement and entertainment that you can enjoy while you’re in Israel this winter. Check out some of these great locations for fun and festivities of a different sort. Tel Aviv Jazz Festival Ready to fill up your evening with some soulful jazz music from some […]

Must-Hit Happenings in Tel Aviv This January

January 8th 2016

It might be cold outside, but Israel is keeping things hot this January with some awesome events that everyone can enjoy. Head to Tel Aviv, Israel’s “second capital,” where something entertaining, exciting, and unexpected happens every day, and see what the locals do to keep the winter even more eventful! The Sweater Festival It’s as […]

Dizengoff St., Shenken St. & Rothchilde Ave

February 20th 2015

New York has Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Paris has The Avenue des Champs-Élysées. London has Downing Street and Piccadilly Circus. Jerusalem has Ben Yehuda Street, King George Street and Jaffa Road. And Tel Aviv has Dizengoff Street, Shenken Street and Rothschild Boulevard. Located right in the heart of Tel Aviv, Dizengoff, Shenken and Rothschild are […]

The Carmel Market

January 13th 2015

Want to shop where the locals shop? Visit the Carmel Market (Shuk haCarmel) in Tel Aviv. Running along Carmel Street between Magen David Square and Allenby Street and adjacent to the culturally rich Neveh Tzedek quarter, the Carmel Market is the city’s largest and busiest marketplace. The Carmel Market is within easy walking distance to […]

Nachlat Binyamin Arts & Crafts Fair

January 10th 2015

If your idea of a pleasant afternoon is a street festival with oodles of one-of-a-kind art and handcrafted merchandise, the Nachlat Binyamin Arts and Crafts Fair fits the bill precisely. Operating nearly every Tuesday and Friday since 1987 and located on the paved paths of Nachlat Binyamin Street in one of the oldest neighborhoods in […]

Neve Tsedek Neighborhood

December 2nd 2014

Among the most charming neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, Neve Tzedek is also the oldest. In the late 19th century, the area was a haven for artists, writers, such as the Nobel Prize-winning author S. Y. Agnon and other intellectuals. Today, Neve Tzedek is a charming haven of bourgeois-bohemian urban living. It began in 1887 as […]

Tel Aviv Food Tour

June 1st 2011

Be introduced to a wide variety of ethnic cuisines that comprise the contemporary culture of Israeli food

DocAviv Festival

May 10th 2011

While you’re traveling in Israel, take the opportunity to travel the entire world in a single day. No need to fear strange airplane meals; this trip will happen without a seatbelt in the comfort of your smooshy, cushioned theatre chair. How? At the hip DocAviv festival; Tel Aviv’s International Film Festival for the third year […]

Segway-ing Tel Aviv and the Grand Beach Hotel

March 14th 2011

Segwaying Through Tel Aviv and the Grand Beach Hotel Let’s talk about the Grand Beach Hotel in Tel Aviv. Directly across from the Mediterranean, it is a newly renovated hotel with a fabulous rooftop pool and gorgeous sundeck. It’s the north most hotel on the Tel Aviv strip, with the board walk beginning across the […]

Being A Free Spirit in Tel Aviv

February 23rd 2011

Tel Aviv. Where to go? What to do? If you’re looking for a place with a phone in the shower ( great acoustics!), you certainly have to check into The Melody Hotel in Tel Aviv. “If you want creative people, give them enough time to play” is there motto/ Melody is serious about creating an atmosphere […]

Tel Aviv- “The City that Never Sleeps”

February 20th 2011

White Night Festival German Jews had style. You can’t deny it.  In the 1930s, German Jews trained in the style of Bauhaus from Europe’s top architectural schools, immigrated to what was then Palestine.  They were escaping the Nazis, but bringing the best of European art and culture with them.  On June 30th, in Tel Aviv, join in the […]

Tel Aviv Jazz Festival

January 30th 2011

The Tel Aviv Jazz Festival approacheth! Four days of exquisite, eclectic, and distinguished jazz in Tel Aviv.  February 15-18. For such a young country as Israel, the jazz festival is an established tradition- this is it’s 22nd year in the making. It’s got top of the line musicians from around the world performing in it, alongside […]

Tel Aviv Segway Tours

December 2nd 2010

 Segway tours around Tel Aviv are a great way to participate in an open-air tour of one of Israel’s most famous cities. A Segway tour is a unique experience with all the advantages of a normal motorized tour, but gives you pedestrian access to attractions around the Tel Aviv area, including the Promenade, the Namal, […]