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Musrara Mix Festival 2017

Musrara Mix Festival 2017

  Musrara Mix The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes place in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara, initiated and produced by the NaggarMultidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara. The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying the political and cultural essence of Jerusalem and Israel. Every year the […]

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24 Hour Family Adventure in the Negev

24 Hour Family Adventure in the Negev

The wonders of the desert make for an amazing 24 hour family adventure in the Negev. The desert is vast in Israel. But, it is a magical and fascinating place to explore. Families from around the world have contacted Tourist Israel and expressed interest in a one-day itinerary that includes some of the most popular […]

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Petra 2 Day Tour from Eilat

Petra 2 Day Tour from Eilat

This Petra two day tour will offer the ultimate experience in ‘the lost city of Petra’, comprehensively guiding you through its fascinating and tumultuous past. Leaving Eilat, you’ll cross into Jordan and head north to Petra where you’ll enter with a short horse ride. Following this, you’ll be guided through this UNESCO World Heritage Site, […]

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9 Day | Jewish Group Tour of Morocco

9 Day | Jewish Group Tour of Morocco

Day One: Sunday DEPARTURE Depart the U.S.A. Overnight: Flight Day Two: Monday ARRIVAL IN CASABLANCA Arrive at Casablanca International Airport. Transfer to the hotel on your own. (Transfers can be arranged at additional cost.) 2:00 p.m. Meet your tour educator and other group members in the hotel lobby. Begin with a panoramic tour of Casablanca […]

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Your next Israeli adventure: the Arava

Your next Israeli adventure: the Arava

Vanishing Valley, House of Aloe Vera, Peace Road, Yotvata Chocolate Trail and other treasures beckon from this long strip of desert filled with B&B lodges.By Abigail Klein Leichman In Israel, “desert” doesn’t mean “desolate.” The sandy Negev expanse that makes up more than half of Israel’s land mass encompasses fascinating vistas, history and creativity. Here […]

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History comes alive at Beit She’an

History comes alive at Beit She’an

It’s one of the hottest places to live on earth, one of Israel’s oldest cities, and Beit She’an also boasts a vast national park of archeology. Just make sure you visit in the winter. By  Abigail Klein Leichman   If you’re into archeology or history, the Israeli city of Beit She’an (“House of Tranquility”) is a […]

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City of David

City of David

New York Jewish Travel Guide The City of David invites you to experience the hidden treasure of the lesser known yet magnificently beautiful paths opposite the Armon Hanatziv Promenade under the canopy of trees in the Peace Forest. Our Segway tour offers guests a nature experience in the heart of a sprawling city. Enjoy the […]

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IN PHOTOS: A look inside Jewish Marakech

IN PHOTOS: A look inside Jewish Marakech

Marrakech, with it tiny Jewish population, is a welcoming city for Jewish visitors with over 30,000 a year coming from Israel, many of them on heritage trips. By Harry D. Wall and Jewish Discoveries Searching for Jewish heritage in Marrakech, once the heartland of Moroccan Jewish life, can be challenging. The Mellah, or the walled district […]

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