Tips & Tricks
The state of Israel, officially formed in 1948, has been the subject of international interest because it contains sights significant to three of the world’s major religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. With much of the Holy Land being within the modern state of Israel, both religious Christians and Jews come to Israel to retrace much […]
Adom (31 Jaffa Street, Feingold Courtyard, Jerusalem) – this restaurants serves various French dishes. It also serves hamburgers, fish and seafood. It also offers wines from all over the world.
CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Jerusalem: Avis: +972 03-617-0000 Budget: +972 03-935-0000 Eldan: +972 06-5654545 Hertz: +972 03-684-1056
Blaze Bar (23 Hillel Street, Jerusalem) — the vocalist of the local thrash-metal band “ShworchtseChaye” owns this bar (located in a one-time video arcade). Live shows by alternative and rock bands take place almost every night, and spontaneous jam sessions are also a welcome and frequent occurrence.
Azrieli Observatory (132 Petah Tikva Road, Tel Aviv) – located on the 49th floor of Israel’s tallest building, this observatory gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy a panoramic view of Tel Aviv. There’s also a restaurant on the premises, as well as a 3D visual presentation on Tel Aviv, au audio guide describing major landmarks, […]
Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv (99 Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv) – Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv was established in 2000 by Dr. Asher Ben-Shmuel, Shlomit Gross and Dr. Micha Gross. Its goal is to expand public recognition of the “White City” (Tel Aviv’s nickname) as a unique architectural and cultural site. Tel Aviv’s “White City” is a […]