Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Ha Notsrim, Old City, Jerusalem) – this is the place both of the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus of Nazareth. The church has long been a major pilgrimage center for Christians all around the world. The Roman emperor Constantine I, a convert to Christianity, had the temple of Venus […]
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, […]
Azrieli Center Mall (Menachem Begin Road, Tel Aviv) – located within a complex of skyscrapers of the same name (at Tel Aviv’s central business district), this shopping mall is one of the largest in Israel (with over 200 retailers on site –ranging from fashion to consumer products, food, etc.). Among the leading brands found there […]
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.
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
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 […]
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 […]