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Travel Israel is very easy to travel around — a handy plus point for curiosity seekers keen to explore that little bit further. The country’s landscapes are ever-changing. Look to the west and you’ll discover its sun-blushed 122-mile coastline, fringed with ribbons of white sand and water the color of glass. Further towards the north are green-hued mountains and streams — a firm favorite for adventure lovers and those searching for seclusion. Down in the south, meanwhile, lies the stark and wild Negev Desert, where you can hike, bike and even sandboard across dusty landscapes, bedding down in Bedouin camps beneath star-strewn skies. Not-to-be-missed is the startling Dead Sea


— also known as the Sea of Salt — the lowest place on Earth. Here, you can spot salt crystals that have formed into ethereal works of art and float in its mellow waters, soaking up the acclaimed minerals, revered the world over for their medicinal and restorative benefits. Elsewhere, you’ll also discover three large craters — vast pits in the heart of the desert that capture the eerie stillness of this arid and empty landscape.


Urban life Most of Israel’s universities are located in or near bustling cities, connecting students with the innovation and heady life of places such as Jerusalem, Be’er-Sheva and Haifa. Study in one of these cities and you’ll have vibrant nightlife, museums, art galleries and a rich campus life all on your doorstep. And if it’s a lively spirit you’re after, no other city does vigor and perpetual fun quite like Tel Aviv. This non-stop metropolis is modern, artistic, open and liberal. It’s a place where sun worshipers stare out at sunsets over azure waters, creativity hums around each street and parties play out every night of the week — from rooftop shindigs to live music shows by young locals. Add to that an undeniable friendliness in the air, where every community is welcomed with open arms, and you’ve got yourself a serious international player in the world-class city stakes.


CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Habima Square and Habima Theatre, Tel Aviv; entrance to the Christian Quarter in the walled Old City, Jerusalem; halva shop, Carmel Market, Tel Aviv


34 Israeli Academia | 2021


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