Tips on what to take to on an amazing vacation to Israel


Travelers from all over the world are drawn to Israel because it is a fascinating place. Israel is a well-liked vacation destination, which is unsurprising given its extensive history, dynamic culture, and breathtaking landscapes. Pack the appropriate items if you’re traveling to Israel to make your stay convenient, fun, and memorable. There … Read more

Yair Lapid Profile

Yair Lapid

Yair Lapid may be the current Prime Minister of Israel, but that won’t be long. He has mere four months to prove as an incumbent Prime Minister until the Israeli legislative elections this coming November. Lapid has served concurrently as Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2021. Before becoming Prime Minister, Lapid served … Read more

Fine Art & Doll Museum – Arad

two dolls in dresses

Visiting and checking out museums is a popular activity in Israel. And it’s not so surprising because Israel has the most museums per capita in the world with over 200 of them. While you can expect to find the usual art, archaeological, religious, natural, and historical museums in Israel, other museums present … Read more

Popular Things to do in Ashkelon

Ashkelon view

Israel has so many beautiful cities on the Mediterranean coast that you may wish to visit all of them. One of them Ashkelon. This coastal city in Israel’s Southern District lies 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Tel Aviv and 13 kilometers (8 miles) north of the border with the Palestinian enclave … Read more

Château Pèlerin – A Crusader-Era Fortress

chateau pelerin

Much has been talked about the past foreign invasions in the Holy Land – invasions by the Babylonians, Romans, Greeks, Ottomans, and British, among others. But apart from the Romans and the Muslims, European Christians also invaded and ruled the Holy Land. They were the Crusaders, who first captured Jerusalem in 1099 … Read more

Top Things to Do in Netanya

netanya israel panoramic view

Israel’s east is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, so you’ll find plenty of gorgeous beaches there. Of course, Tel Aviv is the first coastal city that comes to mind. Haifa is another coastal city that, at the same time, is situated on the foot and slopes of Mount Carmel. Another Israeli coastal … Read more

Ehud Barak Profile

ehud barak

Ehud Barak is a general and politician who served as the tenth prime minister of Israel from 1999 to 2001. He is also the former Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and is one of the most decorated soldiers in Israel’s history. Early life and education Ehud Barak was … Read more

Israel’s Druze Villages

Israel’s Druze Villages

Israel may be known as the world’s only Jewish state. But a closer look at the country will surprise you with its melting pot of diverse cultures and religions. One of the most interesting is Druze, a unique ethnoreligious group descended from Islam that has elements from other religions like Christianity and … Read more

Arik Einstein Profile

Arik Einstein Profile

For the many generations of Israelis, Arik Einstein is a legend. Even almost a decade after his death in 2013, people still play his songs and sing along with them, keeping his legacy alive. At times, his songs were tender and full of pain, at times humorous, and sometimes frenzied. Yet, somehow, … Read more

Petah Tikva – What to See and Do

Petah Tikva square 2010

Tel Aviv seems to have everything – gorgeous beaches, beautiful parks and green spaces, dizzying skyscrapers, and exciting nightlife. Tel Aviv is also a culinary paradise. In the nearby south of Tel Aviv is the ancient walled city of Jaffa, which offers visitors a step back in time, a chance to relive … Read more