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Tel Aviv Beach


BELOW: Hummus with pita, Jerusalem


A land of plenty


International students studying in Israel will find an extraordinary multicultural community where everyone is welcome and there’s a wealth of things to see and do


There’s a lot to love about Israel, and getting admitted to one of its acclaimed institutions means you also get to explore its fascinating make-up. There are vibrant cities at the vanguard of technology and trade, centuries-old traditions and deep spirituality that still rules the hearts of locals. All this, plus an extraordinary food scene and adventure waiting around every corner in the wild beauty of its landscapes.


Food You’re never going to go hungry with Israel’s impressive smorgasbord of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors. Israeli cuisine is incredibly diverse: there are cafes full of people catching up over a drink; scores of bakeries selling flaky pastries; and tiny hole-in-the-walls outlets dishing up just about anything you can imagine. In recent years, high-end restaurants have been putting a new spin on traditional ingredients for serious foodies. Vegetarians and vegans are well catered for, too, with more than 400 vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Tel Aviv alone serving specialties like piping hot falafel in just-baked pittas, silky hummus and sabich, a traditional Israeli sandwich.


2021 | Israeli Academia 33


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