Tag: Tel Aviv

Apps let you have Tel Aviv in the palm of your hand

With the Succot holiday upon us and the weather cooling down, it’s a perfect time to get outside and explore what Tel Aviv has to offer. Instead of spending money on a bulky guidebook, we recommend simply downloading one of the many useful

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Time Out: A heimish resort

Nir Etzion has long been a popular setting for celebratory gatherings – post-wedding parties, anniversaries, synagogue study weekends. The strict kosher observance with a relaxed, non-coercive atmosphere continues to make it a good choice for the increasing number of families

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Hiking the Holy Land: Dead Sea adventures

The Dead Sea is one of the world’s most renowned health and therapeutic resorts. People come from all over the world to soak their bodies in the therapeutic minerals of the Dead Sea and to cover their bodies with the

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April News From Israel Ministry Of Tourism

NEW EXHIBIT EXPLORES MIRO’S SPANISH DANCER MOTIF   The Israel Museum Jerusalem recently opened the second exhibition in its “Focus” series, which takes as its starting point two works from the Museum’s own holdings: Joan Miró’s Painting (Spanish Dancer), 1927,

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March 2013 News from the Ministry of Tourism of Israel

BEERSHEBA OPENS NEW 1,300-ACRE RIVER PARK The city of Beersheba has recently unveiled sections of its brand-new 1,300-acre waterfront park. The park will boast a 175-acre waterfront area featuring an artificial lake, recreational facilities, restaurants, cafes and picnic areas, and include

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