Tag Archives: Tel Aviv

The Neighborhoods of Tel Aviv

February 13, 2014

0 Comments

Tel Aviv Waterfront by Cailin O'Neil

Split into nine districts/neighborhoods here are a few of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods that you should definitely visit.

Continue reading...

UNESCO Sites in Israel

October 24, 2013

0 Comments

Israel is home to a number of the world’s most significant historic and cultural sites. From the White City of Tel Aviv to the Biblical Tels of Megiddo, Hazor and Beer Sheba, UNESCO has designated as many as eight World Heritage sites in the country. Here is a closer look at what makes these places globally important cultural relics.

Continue reading...

29 Things You Didn’t Know About Israel

September 26, 2013

0 Comments

Israel is a complex country, with a complex history and a complex position in the contemporary scheme of nations. Most visitors come to Israel to visit the holy sites of the three Abrahamic religions — Judaism, Christianity and Islam — without paying much attention to the facticity of Israel itself. For those planning a trip to Israel, here are 29 things you might not know about this tiny Mediterranean country, a good introduction for those who know very little and are hungry for some interesting trivia.

Continue reading...

Visiting Petra from Tel Aviv

August 1, 2013

0 Comments

Visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Petra from Tel Aviv on a day trip is possible, but you’ll need to take a flight. If you have more than a day you can also arrange a bus or taxi, but the quickest and easiest way is to fly early in the morning from Tel Aviv’s Sde Dov airport to Eilat, Israel’s southernmost city and the closest airport to Petra. The flight takes just under an hour.

Continue reading...

How to Spend a Week in Israel

May 9, 2013

0 Comments

Although it would take years to take in all of Israel’s historical, cultural and gustatory pleasures, you can manage a number of the highlights if you have only a week. This suggested itinerary will help you make the most of your seven days.

Continue reading...

Helpful Phrases for Israel

May 7, 2013

0 Comments

Hebrew sign

Lots of folks in Israel speak English as a second language, but it is always polite to try and use the native tongue Hebrew to get you through your day to day since it is polite and they appreciate it when visitors make the effort. Here are some helpful tips when approaching an Israeli.

Continue reading...
Page 1 of 3123