If it weren’t for the scorching temperatures and unfamiliar alphabet on the menus, Tel Aviv could have been any cosmopolitan European city. Bauhaus buildings, cool cafés and a beach stretching for miles give the city its distinct character, enhanced by the fading grandeur of the architecture, the unapologetic bustle of its inhabitants – and their beauty.
When you think of food in Israel, you probably imagine hummus. Although hummus is eaten throughout the Mediterranean and much of the Middle East, it’s synonymous with Israeli cuisine. But there are a plethora of delicious things to eat in Israel. Remember that the Holy Land is a melting pot of several cultures-you can find … Read more