Tel Aviv is hosting the world’s largest sukkah, which takes eight days to assemble, for the fifth year in a row! The sukkah (the singular form of sukkot) consists of four walls made of wood, canvas, or other material. To celebrate Sukkot, Jews eat meals in the sukkah, which becomes a colorful gathering place for family and friends.
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If you get a chance to stop by Jaffa Street in Israel this fall, you might get to hear a live piano performance by someone in the community! Thanks to the latest musical project by Cadenza Piano, anyone who wants to share their piano skills can simply use the grand piano open to the public. We love watching all the latest performances, like the cover of Adele’s “Someone Like You.”
Check out the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology’s virtual exhibition that gives viewers an inside look at how many Israeli discoveries and breakthroughs have impacted the globe.
Watch now to discover all the delicious food kiosks located throughout Tel Aviv – a city fast becoming one of the best places to grab a bite to eat!
Now when you visit Israel, you can go to a dinner hosted by a local Israeli family in their home. Just fill out a booking form with Betzavta and you’ll be paired with a family to meet and share in an authentic Israeli meal together.