Tag: Tel Aviv

Old Jaffa and Caesarea Christian Sites

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Old Jaffa and Caesarea Christian Sites

Old Jaffa and Caesarea The old city of Jaffa (Yafo, Jaffo) has a Biblical history beginning with King Solomon who received cedar wood from Hiram in Tyre to build the First Temple in Jerusalem. The prophet Jonah (Yonah), commanded by G-d to go to Nineveh to demand it repent, tried to run away, sailing from […]

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Barkan Winery Central Israel

| April 25, 2013 | 1 Comment
Barkan Winery Central Israel

State-of-the-Art Barkan Winery Kibbutz Hulda Looking for a great wine tasting experience close to Israel’s center and the Gush Dan area? If your vacation itinerary includes Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, you can a great tasting and fun side trip to the beautiful Barkan Winery in Kibbutz Hulda and its new Visitor’s Center with a variety of wine tour options. Kosher […]

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Haifa Shopping

| April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Haifa Shopping

Haifa Shopping Haifa has a lot to offer in the way of shopping. Some of the malls and shopping centers have features that are not found anywhere else in Israel. Here we list for you a few of those unique shopping places. Haifa Shuk The Talpiot Market, or Haifa shuk, is a great place to […]

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Bat Yam

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Bat Yam

Bat Yam Israel Bat Yam, a beach town in central Israel on the Mediterranean coast, is known for its beautiful seashore, beaches and promenade. Bat Yam is bordered on the north by Jaffa/Tel Aviv, on the south by Rishon Lezion, and on the east by Holon. Bat Yam in Hebrew means the “daughter of the […]

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A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments
A Hotel in Eilat, Vacation Rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv?

Vacation Rentals You’ve made the decision; you’re going to act on your lifelong dream to visit Israel. But, now the question is what to do and where to stay. You’ll be pleased to know that  Israel offers a variety of accommodation experiences from a hotel in Eilat to vacation rentals in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. […]

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Netanya Parks

| September 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
Netanya Parks

Popular Parks in Netanya Netanya Israel is home to many beautiful parks. Here are two of the most popular. Park Utopia, Netanya The ever-changing scenery in Israel is one of its many marvels. Just a short distance from Netanya, in Emek Hefer near Kibbutz Bahan, you can visit Utopia Park. Here you’ll enter the world of the […]

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Israel Netanya

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Israel Netanya

Israel Netanya Museums Two museums in the Netanya area bear witness to the significance of agriculture in Israel, especially during the pre-state years, when mass immigration to Palestine began and in the early years of the State of Israel. Tractor History Museum This unusual museum bears witness to the importance agriculture played in the lives […]

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Netanya Nature Reserves

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Netanya Nature Reserves

Nature in Netanya Israel You may have thought that Netanya is comprised entirely of hotels, white sands, and blue sea, but there are several off-the-beaten track green and colorful areas of Netanya as well. Visiting them is a great way to experience nature in Israel. Winter Pond, Netanya As its name suggests, this pond, or […]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Museums in Tel Aviv The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is one of Israel’s most important cultural institutions. It houses the largest collection of Israeli art in the world, containing a wide selection of contemporary works, as well as a large collection of European and international art from the last 300 years. Its first location in […]

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Diaspora Museum

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Diaspora Museum

Four Tel Aviv Museums Not to Miss 1. Diaspora Museum Tel Aviv Also known as Beit Hatfutsot or Museum of the Jewish People, the Diaspora Museum is situated in Ramat Aviv near the Tel Aviv University. The change in its English name from the Museum of the Diaspora to the Museum of the Jewish People reflects the […]

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