Are you in the mood for some night hiking under a full moon? Israel has some of the most beautiful hiking paths that you can experience under the moonlight. Our friends at Israel21c tell us their top 10 favorites.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Tourism
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Fall brings opportunities for apple picking, bird watching, hiking and more in Israel. Check out the top 8 reasons why Israel21c loves Israel in the fall!
Check out this list of living history museums brought to you by Israel21c. You can learn about history while dressing up in costume and eating like the ancients.
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.
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.”