White Night in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv’s White Night celebration is one of the biggest events of the year, with all night parties; and when the shop owners and restaurants literally don’t close. Stores that usually close at 10pm will be open till 6am and beer will be drunk and music will be heard in different public locations throughout the city. Even some museums and galleries stay open all night, so there are hundreds of things to do!
Purim Street Party
Purim is one of the most important Israeli holidays, celebrated all over the country with the biggest events taking place in Tel Aviv. The very nature of the holiday is religious, but these days religious traditions are successfully merged with all night clubbing and carnival atmosphere. The highlight of Purim celebration is the street party and festival with people celebrating all day and night long.
Family Day (Yom HaMishpacha)
While the United States and other countries around the world celebrate Mother's and Father's Day individually, Israel is celebrating its annual Yom HaMishpacha, or Family Day. This day, which originally began as Mother's Day in 1947, was established to honor the family unit and its centrality to Israeli life. It was decided around the year 2000 that Yom HaMishpacha would be celebrated on the 30th of Shevat, the day of Henrietta Szold’s death. Though Henrietta Szold never had any kids, she was known as “the mother of all children” and was extremely active in creating the framework for Jewish immigrant children from around the world. Yom HaMishpacha has evolved into a day of love and celebration for mothers, fathers, and children. It is particularly popular in Israeli schools and kindergartens where children create art projects and bring photographs of their families to be displayed at school. After school, many families celebrate by going on hikes, picnics, or playing games together. Yom HaMishpacha is a special day in Israeli society when families celebrate and remember the importance of cherishing those closest to them.
Hebrew Language Day
Eliezer Ben Yehuda is known as the father of spoken Hebrew. He came to Palestine in 1881 with a dream to recreate Hebrew as a spoken language, a language which had not been spoken in almost 2,000 years. Every year on the birthday, Israel celebrates Hebrew Language Day to remember Eliezer and his dream to bring the Hebrew language to the Jewish nation. The Hebrew language remains a fundamental element for Israel society, which unites people from around the world who make Aliyah to the Land of Israel. Even though Eliezer died in 1922 many years before Israel's Independence, his dream came true and today Hebrew is the official language in the modern State of Israel.
Delicious Israel Cooking Classes
Let’s get cooking! From amba to zeitim (olives!), there’s no better way to learn the ABCs of Israeli food than by doing it yourself. Our Delicious chefs bring years teaching experience straight to your kitchen to get you fired up about Israeli food.
Choose our repertoire of tried-and-true Israeli recipes perfected by our chefs and cook along in real-time to master your favorite dish or meal. Our fan favorite recipes include sabich, shawarma, whole roasted cauliflower and so much more.
SAMPLE MENU ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM
Classic Shakshuka or Green Shakshuka
Whole-roasted Cauliflower and Israeli style salad
Sabich from Scratch
Turkish Style Malabi
A 1.5 hour session (can be upgraded) with your Delicious Israel Chef
Step-by-step guidance through preparing 1-3 Israeli dishes close to our hearts, and stomachs
Detailed instructions and preparation with guests
Recipe booklet for future use
Tel Aviv Shabbat Project
The Shabbat Project is an international movement that unites all Jews to keep one Shabbat together. The Tel Aviv branch is powered by White City Shabbat.
Tel Aviv International Synagogue Shabbat
The Tel Aviv International Synagogue is a vibrant, full service Modern Orthodox, Tzohar synagogue in central Tel Aviv. TAIS offers innovative spiritual, cultural, social, and educational programs supervised by Rabbi Ariel Konstantyn. In this synagogue there its members are sure to feel the warm, accepting, and respectful environment. The synagogue is located in the historic Beit El Synagogue and is the spiritual home for thousands of Jews of all backgrounds, including tourists, Olim, and Israelis from over 30 countries around the world.
eatwith: YOUNG JEWISH SHABBAT DINNER IN TEL-AVIV
Come and be part of friends and family and enjoy a young, fun, yet traditional Jewish Shabbat dinner. All the ingredients the food is made of are bought from the Tel Aviv Port Farmers' Market, which are guaranteed to all be fresh and tasty. Of course, there will also be lots of laughter and conversation - oh and plenty wine to drink too!
White City Shabbat
Come find a Friday night dinner, or Saturday lunch every Shabbat. There are new choices to discover each week in the Tel Aviv area organized by White City Shabbat. Now is the time to relax!
Private Shabbat Dinner
For those who want to dig deeper into the history of Israel’s Jewish journey, Delicious Israel has the perfect Shabbat Celebration! This special event takes place on Friday nights in Tel Aviv within a local family's home. After the blessings over wine and challah, participants get the chance to dine from a creatively crafted menu that demonstrates Israel’s culinary gems.
SITES TO SEE
Museum of the Jewish People
The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot, formerly the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish
TOURS OF Tel Aviv
Our classic Bauhaus Tour will take you to the White City’s most prominent Bauhaus (International Sty
Culinary Walking Food Tour
Delicious Israel's curated walking tours of the markets and backstreets of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem ar
Shalom Israel Tours
Create a private tour in Israel or join a group. Shalom Israel Tours offers unique custom tours and
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HOTELS IN Tel Aviv
The Rothschild Hotel
The Rothschild Hotel, located in the heart of Tel Aviv’s beautiful and prestigious Rothschild Boulev