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Israeli App Offers Food Tours in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv

One of the best things about visiting Israel is getting to sample all the wonderful food. But it can be daunting to know where to start!

Israeli startup Bitemojo is here to help. Their new interactive app offers food tours designed to introduce you to the best of the local fare.

The Times of Israel explains:

Bitemojo offers customers guided tours of neighborhoods with stops at preselected restaurants. Eight tours are offered in Jerusalem, each highlighting a different aspect of the city’s culture and cuisine. The Jerusalem “Food Tour Between East and West” showcases the diversity of cuisine in the city, while the “Food, Artists and Craftsmen in the Old City” tour immerses Bitemojo travelers in an aesthetic as well as culinary experience.

The app offers tours in other countries as well. Go to to learn more.

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