How wonderful would it be to spend one of the most memorable moments in a young Jewish person’s life in the country of Jewish history and tradition? How amazing would it be to have a bat or bar mitzvah tour in the land where so many have gone through this important ceremony, and in some of the most special places for Jews all around the world? Israel has such massive significance for generations upon generations of youth who’ve had their Bar/Bat Mitzvah here, surrounded by the people they love, together creating the most special of memories.Read More
Price: Because of worldwide connections, travel agencies can get better hotel rates and perks like free upgrades, or even free rooms.Read More
Topics: Bar Mitzvah / Bat Mitzvah
Not far from the of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the Southwest district of the Old City is Mount Zion, the place often mentioned in Scripture. This is where the Jewish Quarter of the city and Western Wall serve as the main attractions for locals and visitors alike. Read More
Celebrate Bar or Bat Mitzvah in Israel
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Rachel's Tomb is located in the city of Bethlehem, just south of Jerusalem. For centuries, it lay on a deserted roadside, and Rachel's descendents would come here to pour out their hearts to her - the mother who dwells in a lonely wayside grave in order to be there for her suffering children.
Following the success of last year’s Jerusalem Festival of Light, Jerusalem’s Old City will once again form the magnificent backdrop for lighting installations, exhibits and tours in the Light in Jerusalem 2013 festival, June 5-13, between the hours of 20:00-24:00.
For this year's Light in Jerusalem festival, seven renowned international light artists
Did you hear the one about the two Israeli “startup” guys who have built a perfect business out of absolutely nothing? BRILLIANT!
If you have to cancel a hotel reservation and stand to lose money, two Israeli men from the IDC (International Data Corporation will help you find a buyer more than happy to take the reservation off your hands! You can’t beat that! Genius!Read More
Chef Yonatan Roshfeld is a star of the New Israeli culinary scene. His spots Herbert Samuel and Yavne Montefiore are consistently among the top restaurants in Tel Aviv, and he’s got a stubborn commitment to local ingredients and using them with flair. He’s also a man of some mystique who would rather be preparing some deftly deconstructed seafood lasagna or dreamy Wonder Cake (an über-chocolaty take on babka) than dishing to the press, thank you very much. A Moroccan-French mix and to the kibbutz born, he’s pretty much a perfect fit for the jaunty new Alma Lounge restaurant at the eponymous boutique hotel situated in a renovated 1925 Tel Aviv townhouse. Its facade is mint green and cool—Roshfeld’s new menu, on the other hand, is more about heat.
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The magical waters of the dead sea have been renowned for their therapeutic effects since ancient times. The Dead Sea is now one of the world's leaders as a center for healthy living. Those suffering from arthritis, rheumatism, respiratory problems and coronary ailments rejoice. The health benefits are endless.