Tips & Tricks
Old Jaffa Tour (Jaffa / Tel Aviv area) – Jaffa, located in the southern part of Tel Aviv, is a port that goes back thousands in years in time (mentioned in the biblical stories of Solomon, Jonah, and St. Peter). The local travel firm “Shuk TLV Tours” (www.shuktlv.co.il) conducts guided tours of Old Jaffa and […]
Techno 293 European Championships (Nautical Centre, Eilat) – this is a major windsurfing competition for pro windsurfers under the age of 17, with over 15 countries, along with Israel, participating (including USA, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Argentina, among others). The levels of competition include Youth Boys, Youth Girls, Junior Boys and Junior Girls.
Mezizim Beach (Tel Aviv) – this beach is located on the northernmost beach area of Tel Aviv, and is easily accessible by foot. The beach is actually named after a popular Israeli film (“Mezizim”), and has been renovated with remodeled public restroom facilities, dressing rooms and showers. The area contains volleyball courts, soccer fields, and […]
Mary of Nazareth International Center (Nazareth) – the three-level Mary of Nazareth International Center (run by the French Association Marie de Nazareth — MDN) is located 50 meters from the Basilica of Annunciation, between St. Joseph Church and the Nazareth Synagogue – not very far from the Tomb of the Righteous Man. Intended as an […]
Masada Tour – through the tour outfit GoJerusalem.com, tourists can see the historic site Masada (as well as the Dead Sea). On this daylong tour, you’ll make an ear-popping descent from the cosmopolitan bustle of Jerusalem or Tel Aviv into the stark and harshly beautiful wastes of the Judean Desert, popular through the ages among […]
Tel Aviv Promenade (Tel Aviv) – a.k.a. Hatayelet, this is a seaside avenue that starts in Jaffa and works its way northward by Tel Aviv. Bikers, joggers, tourists, children and the elderly community in Tel Aviv, all enjoy this paved boardwalk with its sea view and well situated benches. This is also a favored route […]