Welcome to the Encyclopedia for the Tourist in Israel

We’re getting loads of requests for touring guides only for a part of or a full day. Here is a site, where you can choose one of the many Israeli touring guides. The name of the site is TourHQ and the site is here.

For Israeli tour guides who are interested to be mentioned here, send me a message.

For any question, or problems, you can email or use WhatsApp (972-55-681 8617) to contact me.
Use the phone number of emergencies only.
The best way to contact me is with WhatsApp.


What’s new?

(September 2019)

  1. The category system had a problem or was a mess, but is now greatly improved. Now we see – for example – articles for children events and sights.
  2. I added loads of amusement pages to the site. I’ve covered the months September and work towards the end of this year and the major amusement events next year for all kind of music (Sep-2019). For an overview about September events and amusements, click here. For an overview about events and amusement in 2019, click here.
    • I removed many of the old announcements about events in Israel (i.e. all months before the current one and all the amusement events from the previous years
  3. I’ve updated the maps section (Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Tiberias, Haifa and the Ancient Christian maps). These maps carry higher resolution, so it’s now more detailed (Aug-2019).
  4. I added the Google translator combo box (right (top) side for computer viewers, at the bottom of each page for the mobile viewers). Choose your language and Google is doing the translation for you (Aug-2019) .

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Welcome to the Encyclopedia for the Tourist in Israel. You will find (currently) more then 2,280 touristic sights in Israel in many different categories. This site is created, maintained and shared by the tour guide Wim Vincken, who’s using the information here to create new tours for tourists and as proof of concept. You can see the newest entries of this site here.

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What is so special about Israel for a tourist?

You can visit the normal standard tourist traps like ‘sights in Israel’ and the obvious cities like Tel Aviv, Eilat and Jerusalem or you can go to the Sea of Galilee, if that’s okay with you. But if you want to see something unique and special, try the Nature Reserves in Israel or the National Parks, then you can say that you’ve seen something truly unique and something never to forget. Or better, get on the phone and let me design a tour for you on the spot, complete with detailed pricing and for each budget.

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Some things never change, some things do

Israel never changes. It was beautiful 35,000 years ago, and it’s still beautiful. But I changed. And what made me change? Well, first I got some kilos added (my wife caused that), getting older and purchased some nice computers and laptops and automated (computerized) the process of creating new tours. Yep. I earn my living by creating good and unique tours for travel agencies, groups, individuals and other tour operators. And how long does it takes to create a new unique and detailed tour? Ten minutes to complete a unique customized tour with scheduling, costs and prices for any group of people or less.

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(Food) Culture in Israel

As a guide, I’ve been asked so many times about food, music, theater and other questions about culture in Israel, I’ve decided to do something about it. I added information about theater, music and dancing in the site in the form of events. That I did. But there was something missing about Israel and something very important.

It’s food. Or more specifically, recipes about typically Israeli food. Why? Food is one of the pillars in Israel, which will determine how deep the cultural ties are connected to this land, which some of us call the Holy Land, and the rest call Israel. When I was researching this subject, I discovered a huge treasure in the art of dining and the art of making the best food I can imagine. Many of the culinary treasures I discovered has deep historical roots in this country, left behind by the many cultures and civilizations, which ruled these lands once, and replaced by other civilizations.

I will include a major section of Israeli recipes and articles about food in this site for you to use as you see fit. So keep checking out the site.

Here follows the last three articles about typical and historical Israeli recipes you can use at home.

  1. Iranian Lamb and Herb Stew – Ghormeh-e Sabzi (10/19/2016) - One of the most popular dishes for Iranians is the Iranian Lamb and Herb Stew, which they call Ghormeh-e Sabzi. This dish is a splendid testimony to the Persian love of herbs and fragrance, and is a harmonious melange of texture and flavor. For an equally fulfilling vegetarian option, double the kidney bean portion to make up for the absent lamb. When the Persians were invading the lands of Israel, they brought also this dish to the people. When they finally left, they left behind the recipe. Today you can eat this in Iranian restaurants.
  2. Meaty Ratatouille (10/19/2016) - Think of this as a Lebanese relative of ratatouille, if you like. It’s about using fresh produce from the garden or market, as available, and layering them in a pot. You can go as chunky or as fine as you like. Just make sure the aubergine/eggplant is cut into larger pieces, as they cook the fastest. The kind of tomatoes you use here are important so do taste and adjust, adding more or less tomato purée/paste for color and richness when needed. You can find this dish in restaurants in the north of Israel.
  3. Bedouin Mansaf Risotto (10/19/2016) - Normally, this Bedouin dish is prepared with dried yogurt or buttermilk (jmeed). In Jordan this is almost a national dish, because this is a communal dish (everyone comes to eat when you make it, family, neighbors and friends) and a great symbol of generosity that is often served on special occasions. The way how you eat it is with your right hand, the meat is torn apart and rolled into a ball, which you dip into the yogurt. Instead of Jmeed, you can use Greek yogurt instead. Some call this dish also the so called Bedouin Pizza.

Click here to see the rest of the recipes.

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The last three new entries

  • HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival 2020 May 2020 – HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival 2020 (9/26/2019) - Let’s celebrate China ­Style right here in Israel! With boats disguised as dragons and chinese music in the background­ HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival is one event you should come see even if you don’t plan on actually participating. If you are into the whole “let’s ­compete ­in ­a ­dragon ­boat” you can take part in one of the many rowing contests divided into: Men, Women, Youth or mixed groups.
  • Docaviv 2020 May 2020 – Docaviv 2020 (9/26/2019) - Docaviv is one of the highlights of the Tel Aviv Culture calendar. 2019 will be the 21st Festival, and will feature over 100 documentaries split into different categories: Israeli Documentary, International Documentary, Student Documentary, Depth of Field, Shorts, Panorama, Masters, Art, Music, Doc-Couture, Rare Gems, 360VR and Focus Docedge Kolkata. The majority of films are shown at the Cinematheque in Tel Aviv, but several also have special outdoor screenings across Tel Aviv.
  • EPOS – International Art Film Festival 2020 March 2020 – EPOS – International Art Film Festival 2020 (9/26/2019) - EPOS International Art Film Festival is the first Israeli film festival solely dedicated to the intersections between the arts and cinema. Hosted every March by Tel Aviv Museum Of Art, some of the movies participating in the festival will be screened at other cinemas and cultural places across the city. As well as the 50 featured films, you can also enjoy lectures, meeting with artists, competitions, acting workshops and exhibitions. For those of you who love a good movie, EPOS International Art Film Festival is one festival you shouldn’t miss.

Click here to see the rest.

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The sights in this website are divided into the following parts:

  1. Israeli events like festivals, opera, music, music concerts, theaters, etc.) in 2019 and 2020.
  2. Religious sights (Bahai, Christian, Druze, Jewish, Muslim).
  3. Maps of all major cities in Israel.
  4. Sights, which are organized by location (north, center and south of Israel).
  5. I’ve tried to divide the touristic sights here in interest groups (for tourist groups, for individuals or small groups, for Children, for Christians (religious), for Elderly, for Families, for Hikers, for Jews (religious), for Muslims (religious), for Pilgrims, for Schools, for Shoppers, young adults, and for Teenagers).
  6. Articles about general advise and ideas for those coming to Israel (first time Israel, create your own tour, sleeping in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Eilat and others, Israeli public transport, Israel at a glance, history from/in Israel).
  7. Tour Guide Diaries (funny stories from the guides about our tours).
  8. Tours, which are created by Wim the Guide (Boat Tours, Bus Tours, Cave Tours, City Tours, Children Tours, Day Tours, Family Tours, Farm Tours, Gems Tour, Jeep tours, Religious Tours, Catholic Tours, Christian Tours, Evangelic Tours, Orthodox Tours, Pilgrimage Tours, Walking Tours, Wine Tours).

Here we display the first 10 entries of the major categories in Israel.

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Amusement in Israel

Day Tours

  1. A day tour to Masada and Ein Gedi (9/20/2019) - It's morning and everyone just finished the breakfast. The guides are preparing themselves and you for the things to come. Everyone has bottles with drink, hats, checkout the shoes and sandals and all the details, which are really needed for a day like this. Everyone gets their maps and books about Masada and Ein Gedi. And slowly everyone will exit the hotel and enter our waiting bus. The bus driver is in a good mood, because this trip is at least for him easy and he can stay inside the bus if he wants. We start driving and after 30 minutes the whole landscape start changing dramatically ...
  2. Useful information (9/19/2019) - On this page you find very useful information about Israel from the perspective of the tourist coming from outside Israel and for those who are living in Israel and like to 'play' the tourist. This page is actually golden information for the 'stranger', because it summarises this site on one page.
  3. Free Day Tours in Israel (9/15/2019) - When I look into the Internet for free day tours in Israel, I receive indeed some content. Except that the last time it's updated is in 2014. Some of them are sponsored by the city, like Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, but when I want to have that free tour, nobody is there. So I've decided to publish free day tours for you.
  4. 120 Minute Walk around West Jerusalem (9/15/2019) - The heart of West Jerusalem, centered on Jaffa Road, was largely developed during the years of the British Mandate (1917–1948). So, while it is nowhere near as ancient as the Old City, it does carry a weight of recent history related to the founding of the Jewish state of Israel. Aside from the scattering of historic buildings and monuments, this is also the heart of the modern city, with pedestrianized streets of cafés, restaurants and shops, cultural centers and busy markets. It is a highly rewarding area to explore.
  5. Modern Jerusalem Walking Tour (9/15/2019) - This walking tour, which might take up 3-4 hours, leads you through modern Jerusalem. That 'modern' Jerusalem is relative, because we are talking from the year 1860! Anyhow, you will visit all the major interesting sights from 'modern' Jerusalem on foot.
  6. Muslim Quarter Day Tour (9/1/2019) - Here we have the day tour for the Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem. A day tour takes normally a day, but this tour can also take a half day, depending on your attention to details. Anyway, this tour is for anyone, who wants to explore the Muslim Quarter of this ancient city from the Christian perspective.
  7. 120-Minute Walk around the Old City Walls (9/1/2019) - The Old City of Jerusalem may occupy a relatively small area geographically, but its compactness and uneven topography make it a frequently confusing place to explore. One good way to gain an overview is to take to the ramparts and view the crush of alleys, domes and towers from the top of the walls that enclose them. Visitors can walk along two sections of wall: from Jaffa Gate clockwise to St Stephen’s Gate, and from Jaffa Gate anti-clockwise to the Dung Gate. The section between St Stephen’s Gate and the Dung Gate is closed to the public. Many steep flights of steps mean that this is not a walk for the elderly or infirm.
  8. Day Tour Jerusalem (4/14/2019) - This tour is for any visitors to Jerusalem (or locals). This tour will bring you to all the important and well-known touristic sights the Jerusalem has to offer. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide.
  9. Sodom Day Tour (4/14/2019) - By tradition, this area is the site of Sodom and Gomorrah, the biblical cities that were destroyed in a storm of fire and brimstone, punishment from God because of their people’s depravity (Genesis 18-19). These days, Sodom is much better known for its desert hiking and cycling trails than for sodomy. And for that we have this day tour. Normally, a day tour occupies about a half day, but I added several hiking opportunities to this day you and that means you will be busy the whole day. It's breathtaking nature in action.
  10. Kfar Cana Day Tour (10/20/2016) - About 8 km northeast of central Nazareth on the road to Tiberias (and on the Jesus Trail), the Arab town of Kafr Kana (Cana) is believed to be the site of Jesus’s first miracle (John 2:1-11), when he changed water into wine at a wedding reception. About 10% of the population is Christian.This is a day tour, especially when you want to renew your wedding vows.

See all of them, click here.

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Walking Tours

  1. Useful information (9/19/2019) - On this page you find very useful information about Israel from the perspective of the tourist coming from outside Israel and for those who are living in Israel and like to 'play' the tourist. This page is actually golden information for the 'stranger', because it summarises this site on one page.
  2. Free Day Tours in Israel (9/15/2019) - When I look into the Internet for free day tours in Israel, I receive indeed some content. Except that the last time it's updated is in 2014. Some of them are sponsored by the city, like Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, but when I want to have that free tour, nobody is there. So I've decided to publish free day tours for you.
  3. 120 Minute Walk around West Jerusalem (9/15/2019) - The heart of West Jerusalem, centered on Jaffa Road, was largely developed during the years of the British Mandate (1917–1948). So, while it is nowhere near as ancient as the Old City, it does carry a weight of recent history related to the founding of the Jewish state of Israel. Aside from the scattering of historic buildings and monuments, this is also the heart of the modern city, with pedestrianized streets of cafés, restaurants and shops, cultural centers and busy markets. It is a highly rewarding area to explore.
  4. Modern Jerusalem Walking Tour (9/15/2019) - This walking tour, which might take up 3-4 hours, leads you through modern Jerusalem. That 'modern' Jerusalem is relative, because we are talking from the year 1860! Anyhow, you will visit all the major interesting sights from 'modern' Jerusalem on foot.
  5. Jericho, the Ancient City, where Time Stood Still (9/10/2019) - Local authorities proudly call Jericho the ‘world’s oldest continuously inhabited city' and this is no idle boast – archaeological evidence traces the city’s history back over 10,000 years. When you visit Jericho, you will notice that it's not much changed since that time! Earthquakes proved Jericho's biggest challenge, leveling some of its most fantastic sites – such as Hisham's Palace – over the centuries. Jericho has modernized somewhat since the Canaanite period, but not much. Small-scale farming still makes up a significant portion of the local economy, although tourism is making inroads. The town is rather scruffy and unkempt but retains a raffish charm and a smiley demeanor. Most visitors just stay long enough to ascend the Mount of Temptation and marvel at the archaeological remains of Tel al-Sultan (Ancient Jericho).
  6. Muslim Quarter Day Tour (9/1/2019) - Here we have the day tour for the Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem. A day tour takes normally a day, but this tour can also take a half day, depending on your attention to details. Anyway, this tour is for anyone, who wants to explore the Muslim Quarter of this ancient city from the Christian perspective.
  7. 120-Minute Walk around the Old City Walls (9/1/2019) - The Old City of Jerusalem may occupy a relatively small area geographically, but its compactness and uneven topography make it a frequently confusing place to explore. One good way to gain an overview is to take to the ramparts and view the crush of alleys, domes and towers from the top of the walls that enclose them. Visitors can walk along two sections of wall: from Jaffa Gate clockwise to St Stephen’s Gate, and from Jaffa Gate anti-clockwise to the Dung Gate. The section between St Stephen’s Gate and the Dung Gate is closed to the public. Many steep flights of steps mean that this is not a walk for the elderly or infirm.
  8. Nahal David The best 10 hiking trails in Israel (4/14/2019) - Israel is a hiker’s paradise. The country is crisscrossed with trails, including the 580-mile long Israel Trail, which starts in the northern Galilee and winds its way south until it reaches the tip of Eilat. All of Israel’s trails are clearly marked by colors painted on rocks, and you can buy a set of 20 glossy maps (about $25 each) to keep you moving in the right direction.
  9. Day Tour Jerusalem (4/14/2019) - This tour is for any visitors to Jerusalem (or locals). This tour will bring you to all the important and well-known touristic sights the Jerusalem has to offer. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide.
  10. Sodom Day Tour (4/14/2019) - By tradition, this area is the site of Sodom and Gomorrah, the biblical cities that were destroyed in a storm of fire and brimstone, punishment from God because of their people’s depravity (Genesis 18-19). These days, Sodom is much better known for its desert hiking and cycling trails than for sodomy. And for that we have this day tour. Normally, a day tour occupies about a half day, but I added several hiking opportunities to this day you and that means you will be busy the whole day. It's breathtaking nature in action.

See all of them, click here.

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Religious Tours

  1. Muslim Quarter Day Tour (9/1/2019) - Here we have the day tour for the Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem. A day tour takes normally a day, but this tour can also take a half day, depending on your attention to details. Anyway, this tour is for anyone, who wants to explore the Muslim Quarter of this ancient city from the Christian perspective.
  2. Catholic Pilgrimage, 8 days (8/29/2016) - A fascinating 8-day Catholic Pilgrimage tour for individuals and groups, combining visits to sacred Christian sites with other historical attractions. For options and other relevant information, ask Wim and see his rates.
  3. The Way of Via Dolorosa, the Way of the Cross (8/26/2016) - "Via Dolorosa" designates a stretch of road between the Antonia fortress and Golgotha, along which Jesus Christ walked bowed under the weight of the Cross. The name dates from the sixteenth century, although the custom of retracing Jesus' steps to Golgotha began in the early centuries of Christianity. According to the most common tradition the Antonia fortress and the Praetorium nearby were the sites where Jesus was brought before Pilate. The fortress, which stood near the north-west corner of the Jewish Temple, was the starting point for Jesus' painful walk toward Calvary, which at that time was outside the city walls.
  4. Orthodox Tour, 4 days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for Orthodox visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to Caesarea, followed by Nazareth, Sea of Galilee and Jerusalem. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, Dutch, Russian and Greek.
  5. Orthodox Tour, 6 days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for Orthodox visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to Caesarea, followed by Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Qumran, Dead Sea, Ein Gedi and Masada. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, Dutch, Russian and Greek.
  6. Orthodox Tour, 8 days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for Orthodox visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to Tel Aviv, followed by Caesarea, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Golan, Jerusalem, Qumran, Dead Sea, Ein Gedi and Masada. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, Dutch, Russian and Greek.
  7. Orthodox Tour, 10 days (8/24/2016) - This tour is for Orthodox visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to Tel Aviv, followed by Caesarea, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Golan, Jerusalem, Qumran, Dead Sea, Ein Gedi, Masada and the Negev. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide. The guide can speak English, German, Dutch, Russian and Greek.
  8. Catholic Tour Israel – 3 days (8/23/2016) - This tour is for Catholic visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to the Sea of Galilee in the footsteps of Jesus, followed by Nazareth, Haifa and Jerusalem. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide.
  9. Catholic Tour Israel – 5 days (8/23/2016) - This tour is for Catholic visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to the Sea of Galilee in the footsteps of Jesus, followed by Nazareth, Haifa, Acre and Jerusalem, where we stay for two days. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide.
  10. Catholic Tour Israel – 7 Days (8/23/2016) - This tour is for Catholic visitors to the Holy Land. It will bring you to the Sea of Galilee in the footsteps of Jesus, followed by Nazareth, Haifa, Acre, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, where we stay for two days. After Jerusalem we visit the Dead Sea, Ein Gedi, Qumran and Masada. The tour is designed for the individual, as for groups, with or without a professional guide.

See all of them, click here.

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Maps

  1. Useful information (9/19/2019) - On this page you find very useful information about Israel from the perspective of the tourist coming from outside Israel and for those who are living in Israel and like to 'play' the tourist. This page is actually golden information for the 'stranger', because it summarises this site on one page.
  2. Map of Israel during time of Jesus Christ (8/3/2019) - Here you can see several ancient Christian Maps of Israel from the time of Jesus Ministry and maps of Israel.
  3. City of David Are you coming to Israel? Read this first! (8/3/2019) - When you plan to come to Israel, here are some golden tips, which might very likely save you some $$$$. And it also might save you time, misery and have a vacation, you'll never forget, the best ever. And it's also the way to use the resources of this site.
  4. Maps of the Negev (10/3/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Negev for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  5. Ancient Christian Maps of Israel (9/23/2016) - Here you can see several ancient Christian Maps of Israel. There are maps about the Christian expansion in South Europe, North Africa and Middle East, maps in the time of Jesus Ministry and maps of Israel and Jerusalem in the time of Jesus.
  6. Maps about ancient Canaan (9/23/2016) - Maps about ancient Canaan, including Abraham in Canaan, Canaan in the 14th century, Deborahs victory over the Canaanites, Israel in Canaan from Joshua to Samuel to Saul, Israel in the middle of the Bronze age, Phoenician trade and civilization, Selected Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlements, The conquest of Canaan and The land of Canaan from Abraham to Moses.
  7. Biblical maps of Israel (9/23/2016) - Biblical maps of Israel, which includes Kingdom of Judah, The kingdom of Herod the Great, The division of the land among the tribes, National regions of ancient Israel, Modern political divisions of ancient Israel, Israel under the Ptolemies, Israel in the middle Bronze age, Israel in Canaan from Joshua to Samuel to Saul and Israel after the Exile
  8. Tsfat in Hebrew Maps of Tzfat (9/22/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Tzfat for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  9. Maps of Sea of Galilee (9/19/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Sea of Galilee for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  10. Maps of Bethlehem (9/3/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Bethlehem for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  11. Maps of Tiberias (9/1/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Tiberias for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  12. Maps of Tel Aviv (9/1/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Tel Aviv for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  13. Maps of Nazareth (9/1/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Nazareth for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  14. Maps of Nablus (9/1/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Nablus for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.
  15. Maps of Jerusalem Old City (9/1/2016) - Here you find a collection of maps about Jerusalem Old City for you to download and/or to print. These maps are coming from the public domain.

See all of them, click here.

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Festivals

  1. HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival 2020 May 2020 – HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival 2020 (9/26/2019) - Let’s celebrate China ­Style right here in Israel! With boats disguised as dragons and chinese music in the background­ HaYarkon Dragon Boat Festival is one event you should come see even if you don’t plan on actually participating. If you are into the whole “let’s ­compete ­in ­a ­dragon ­boat” you can take part in one of the many rowing contests divided into: Men, Women, Youth or mixed groups.
  2. EPOS – International Art Film Festival 2020 March 2020 – EPOS – International Art Film Festival 2020 (9/26/2019) - EPOS International Art Film Festival is the first Israeli film festival solely dedicated to the intersections between the arts and cinema. Hosted every March by Tel Aviv Museum Of Art, some of the movies participating in the festival will be screened at other cinemas and cultural places across the city. As well as the 50 featured films, you can also enjoy lectures, meeting with artists, competitions, acting workshops and exhibitions. For those of you who love a good movie, EPOS International Art Film Festival is one festival you shouldn’t miss.
  3. Khao San – Thai Street Food Festival on Nahalat Binyamin September 2019 – Khao San – Thai Street Food Festival (9/24/2019) - The favorite colors, smells and flavors of Thailand’s famous Khao San Street come to the heart of Tel Aviv in the first Thai food and culture festival of its kind! Thai street food stalls of Israel’s best restaurants, cocktails, cultural shows, street art, exhibitions and many more surprises and experiences.
  4. The Israel Festival 2020 May 2020 – The Israel Festival 2020 (9/13/2019) - The Festival offers a program of unique performances representing contemporary artistic trends from all over the world — new interdisciplinary works not shown in any other setting — that seek to present new theatrical languages alongside classical, high-quality, and unique productions. As a major platform for artistic discourse and professional enrichment, the Festival includes several professional conferences and seminars, as well as master classes with guest artists.
  5. Fresh Paint 2020 May 2020 – Fresh Paint 2020 (9/13/2019) - As The Fair Enters Its Second Decade, Fresh Paint 11 Launches With A New Format! Fresh Paint 11, the largest and most influential annual art and design event in Israel, will take place between May 30th and June 3rd, 2019. The fair will be launched with a fresh, new format: Fair and Gallery Weekend. In addition to the celebration of art and culture at Expo Tel Aviv, a program of events and exhibitions will take place throughout Tel Aviv-Yafo, providing a second platform to the annual art event.
  6. Musrara Mix Festival 2020 May 2020 – Musrara Mix Festival 2020 (9/13/2019) - The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes place in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara. The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying the political and cultural essence of Jerusalem and Israel. Every year the festival is based around one theme. The 17th year of the festival is the year of Terra Incognita – East and West – Hybrid World.
  7. TLVFest 2020 June 2020 – TLVFest 2020 (9/12/2019) - Premieres of Israeli films and major international films. Movie files, gay, lesbian, trans *, queer animation and documentaries with distinguished guests think that the world we pass film workshops, Tom Fitzgerald (hanging garden), Madeleine Aonlk (Wild Nights with Emily) and many many others.
  8. Noam Klinstein in a Special Piano Festival Performance November 2019 – Noam Klinstein in a Special Piano Festival Performance (9/12/2019) - Noam Klinstein, singer-songwriter, launched a first song last March, and since then more songs have been released. Mobilized in October to the IDF, but before being drafted, managed Noam arouse curiosity and interest in her talent musical and performance capability and its writing.
  9. FIVE @ Piano Festival November 2019 – FIVE @ Piano Festival (9/12/2019) - Five top musicians from the local indie scene meet on one stage around the piano. In the one-time performance of the festival, they will perform their works, each taking part in the works of one another. It is an evening that presents a symbiosis of groundbreaking musical styles from a contemporary female perspective. Each creator will unveil her virtuoso abilities, and together they will be interspersed with magic-filled and vocal harmonies.
  10. A special show at the Piano Festival November 2019 – A special show at the Piano Festival (9/12/2019) - For a month now I have been traveling around the world recording everything around us – a door slamming, heels, rattles in the woods, a breath, a plane taking off, the captain announcing we are back home. On November 13, all of these will become music – along with my sampler, piano and musicians.

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