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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Travel

Whether you'd prefer to eat holiday foods or get cultured, there are oodles of opportunities to feel the holiday spirit

Hanukkah is a time for celebration. And there are dozens of ways to have fun in Israel during the Festival of Lights, starting this year on the night of December 24.

Just about every theater company in the country is offering special deals to woo audiences, and museums are featuring interactive exhibits and holiday-themed displays.

Bakeries are brimming with sufganiyot (donuts) — by far the most popular Hanukkah food in Israel. Every year, Israelis eat a whopping 24 million of these calorie-heavy, sugar-covered fried treats made especially for the holiday.

This year, Burger King’s Israel franchise has even

Sometimes you’ll find the most splendid synagogues in the places you least expect.

Such was the case during my recent three-day trip to Boise, Idaho, a popular gateway for skiing, river rafting, and hiking that isn’t exactly known for being a hotbed of Jewish life.

Yet there at 11 N. Latah St., just a five-minute drive from downtown, sits the oldest continuously in-use synagogue west of the Mississippi River.

And it’s far more than just a beautiful wood building. As I learned

Budapest has long been a magnet for Jewish Tours. American-Jewish tourists staying at Budapest’s

Four Seasons Hotel or the renowned landmark Gellert Hotel & Spa make a beeline to see Europe’s largest synagogue, the majestic Dohany Synagogue. Here’s the irony. The Dohany Synagogue wasn’t even built by a Jew – but those two world-class hotels were!

We believe that prominent buildings built by Hungarian Jewish architects serving many different functions for use by Jews and Christians are more

Enjoy top-notch cuisine while taking in the spectacular seascape and landscape of Israel at these fabulous restaurants across the country.

Israel’s culinary culture is booming. People around the world are eager to discover the flavorful fusion that defines Israeli cuisine, whether on a food tour in Israel, in award-winning Israeli-style restaurants abroad and even on the silver screen.

Ambience is an important part of any dining experience. In that spirit, ISRAEL21c has devised a wide

Would you like to visit the Kotel, the Western Wall, or delve into Jerusalem’s subterranean history; shop at the Machane Yehuda or Arab Shuqs; pray at Jerusalem’s many synagogues; climb the String Bridge or jump to the Mount of Olives; visit the Old City’s gates or relax and Mishkenot Sha’ananim – Now? Well, you can, virtually. Jerusalem 360 is the largest panoramic project ever launched in Israel, enabling anyone to tour over 100 locations in Jerusalem. Only Jerusalem’s unique scent and chill