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With long sunny days and pleasant evenings, summer can be a magical season in Jerusalem. Summers in Jerusalem, with visitors from abroad and many locals on vacation, are often filled with festivals, concerts and other special events.  The Inbal Hotel’s new street food in Jerusalem festival seeks to capture the city’s summer spirit, while celebrating […]

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Although many people visit Jerusalem for its history and spiritual environment, the city offers many venues and festivals featuring music. For couples looking for a special outing at night or in the afternoon, an event, festival or venue for music in Jerusalem is a great choice. Best bets for nightly music in Jerusalem Numerous bars […]

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Jerusalem is home to a plethora of bookstores catering to the People of the Book. Steimatsky and Tzomet Sfarim are some of the most popular bookstore chains in Israel, with a wide selection of books and a familiar shopping experience. If you’re looking for something a bit more unique and off-the-beaten-track, here are some of […]

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Jerusalem during Passover is a special time in the city. There is a festive atmosphere and unique events and attractions along with holiday happenings at some of the city’s best known and most famous sites. When it comes to Passover events in Jerusalem for families, there is no shortage of things to do. Free Museums […]

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One of the most creative winter events in Jerusalem is the Shaon Horef Cultural Festival, when several city streets come alive with music, art exhibits and other entertainment on Monday evenings. The free festival, started by the municipality about a decade ago, is taking place during February and March this year. Due to the war […]

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Jerusalem has long been famous for the walls and gates around the Old City. Like many ancient cities, it has been surrounded by walls of some sort since its founding, more than 3,000 years ago. The city’s walls have been destroyed, rebuilt and changed over the years as the city survived wars and other changes, […]

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Jerusalem is famous for its history, culture and as the birthplace of religions. The city can also be a romantic and meaningful place for couples to visit together. Here are some of the top attractions in Jerusalem for a date night or couples outing: The Western Wall at Night is one of the top attractions […]

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Teddy Park Jerusalem has long been popular with families, but it is even more enjoyable in the summer, when fountains run hourly, accompanied by music. This allows children (and adults, too) to cool off in the hot weather. The fountains, accompanied by music ranging from Mtaisyahu’s popular hit “Jerusalem If I Forget You,” to classical […]

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Each summer at the food truck festival, Jerusalem restaurants show off their best dishes. During July and August, dozens of restaurants participate in a food truck festival in the city’s Ben Hinnom Valley Park on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The park is just outside the city walls, near the Cinematheque theater. Even for those […]

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Jerusalem is a magical city for any visitor, but for those exploring the city on their own there are several experiences not to be missed. Here are the best tourist attractions in Jerusalem to check out on your own: Join a Food Tour in the Shuk Available from many companies and guides during the day […]

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One of the highlights of summer in Jerusalem is the Jerusalem Old City Light Festival, when streets, buildings, archaeological sites and other monuments are illuminated throughout the walled city. In addition to strings of lights and illuminated murals and designs on buildings, the week-long Jerusalem Old City Light Festival includes music and other artistic performances.   The Jerusalem […]

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Jerusalem has many parks and green spaces. Among the best and largest of these is Gan Sacher Park, which runs along Ben Zvi Boulevard near the Knesset, museum quarter and the neighborhoods of Nachlaot and Rehavia. While the park is nice all year around, the summer is an especially nice time for families to enjoy […]

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Today Mamilla, which connects the Jaffa Gate to the center of Jerusalem’s new city, is a well-known outdoor shopping and dining area. The cobblestone Alrov Mamilla Boulevard is lined with upscale shops of both local and international brands. And the restaurants and cafes along the bustling street are some of the best places for a […]

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Jerusalem’s ancient walls are one of its defining characteristics. Since its founding more than three thousand years ago, the city has been protected by walls. The walls that stand today date from the 16th century, and contain the 7 gates of Jerusalem, plus an additional 8th gate, called the Mercy Gate, that is no longer […]

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Organizers of the Cinematheque Jerusalem Film Festival are now busy reviewing submissions from around the world for the annual festival, which is scheduled for July. Since 1974, the Jerusalem Film Center, also known as the Cinematheque, has organized the Jerusalem Film Festival each year. The film center and the festival were first established and organized […]

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Every spring, 500 million migrating birds fly over Israel as they make their way back to the northern hemisphere after spending the summer in the warmer, southern part of the globe.  This is due to Israel’s geographic location as a land bridge connecting Africa, Asia and Europe.  This phenomenon makes Israel one of the best […]

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Many people dream of spending the Passover Festival in Jerusalem. And indeed, the city sees thousands of visitors during this time, from abroad and from within Israel. This should not come as a surprise, as in addition to the holiday itself, there are special and unique activities all over the city. Creative and Traditional Passover […]

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The Sataf Nature Trail is one of the highlights of the forest and hills on the outskirts of Jerusalem. But it is not just one trail. Several different routes wind through pine forests, rocky hills, hidden caves, ancient ruins and lush springs in this area beyond Ein Kerem, on the western edge of Jerusalem. Any […]

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It has become clear in recent years that Israel is much more than Jerusalem walls and gates; history and culture. Israel is also home to a growing and innovative economy, especially in the realm of high-tech. It is known as the “Start-Up Nation,” for its high number of tech startups, and its advances in semiconductors, […]

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Visitors come to Jerusaleml from all over the world for many reasons; high among them are history, culture and religion. But in addition to all of the amazing historical and religious sites, and cultural experiences, many are surprised to learn that there are so many nice parks in Jerusalem. From the expansive Gan Sacher and […]

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For a food festival, Jerusalem is one of the best cities. Especially in the Machane Yehuda Market, or “shuk,” as it’s called in Hebrew, every day is like a food festival. Traditional and modern ingredients and ideas come together for exciting and innovative food experiences. One treat that has been gaining popularity is the “kurtosh,” […]

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The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens is always a great place for a date. Filled with colorful flowers, meandering paths and flowing waterfalls, a visit here is always beautiful and relaxing. But going during the annual Winter Lights Festival is especially magical. From mid-December through the end of January, the garden is filled with various light displays […]

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Hanukkah lasts eight whole days and nights, and is especially exciting and memorable in Jerusalem. Jerusalem is amazing all year around, but some of the most beautiful places in Jerusalem are even more amazing during Hanukkah. The city is filled with festive and fancy sufganiyot, or doughnuts, along with Hanukkah candles everywhere you turn, as […]

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Jerusalem has become famous around the world for its food traditions and lively dining scene. In addition to dozens of new restaurants, including many around the bustling Machane Yehuda central outdoor market area, the city is home to multiple food festivals each year. No matter when tourists visit the city, there is a good chance […]

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There are eight gates in the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City. But often, it seems like there are more; that’s because many of them have multiple names. The Flower Gate Jerusalem is no exception to this phenomenon. The Flower Gate, located at the northeast corner of the walls surrounding the old city is indeed decorated […]

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The Bible refers several times to Jerusalem’s water gate. The water gate Jerusalem is the place where the prophet Ezra read the Torah teachings to crowds, and it is one of the many gateways to the Temple complex listed as being rebuilt when the Isralites returned from their exile in Babylon. Scholars say the water […]

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Jerusalem is filled with famous places, from the Western Wall to the Via Delarosa to the Machane Yehuda market. One of the best to experience these famous places in Jerusalem is on a date night out in the city.  Famous Places in Jerusalem that transform at night While most tourists visit the Western Wall during […]

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Jerusalem, filled with ancient history and modern culture, is an amazing city for anyone to visit. But it can be especially magical and meaningful for families. We have put together this list of the top 10 places to visit in Jerusalem—some famous and some lesser known–and what makes them great destinations for families. Some of […]

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Summer is here and it’s a wonderful opportunity to take your family on an unforgettable vacation at the magical Jerusalem Inbal Hotel. Beyond the spectacular view, the Inbal Hotel is a 5-star hotel with all the luxurious pampering you can think of. Staying at the hotel will give you the chance to enjoy various fun […]

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Summer vacation is on! when was the last time you took some alone time with your loved ones? a vacation just for you two? managing a family schedule can be quite challenging and on top of that squeezing in a romantic getaway can sound sometimes like a faraway fantasy. the perfect time will never come […]

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