The East Village and Lower East Side are two of the most interesting NYC neighborhoods to explore on foot. Street abundant with art as well as boutiques, vintage stores, cocktail bars and great restaurants. There are lots of live music venues, comedy clubs and a big nightlife scene. This is one of the trendiest and […]
Welcome to Berlin, to Alexander Platz! The center, “mitte” in German, the place where Berlin began and which, like the city itself, seems to reinvent itself every few years. The entire area is a palimpsest revealing traces of the past: the Prussian Kaisers, the Nazis, and the communists, as well as the two world wars […]
The Jewish quarter of Budapest is small in size but large on charm. The neoclassical buildings of the venerable neighborhood are home to artisan workshops, farmers markets, food trucks and ruin bars alongside kosher butcher shops, patisseries, and delicious Jewish-Hungarian restaurants. Jews have been living in Hungary since the time of the Roman Empire, and […]
Welcome to Trastevere, along the Tiber River across from the historic centre of Rome, considered in the past to be a popular working class neighbourhood and nowadays is home to many artisans, artists and of course some of the best food in Rome. This culinary itinerary guides you through the maze of narrow, winding […]
Forget about everything you’ve heard about Jerusalem and join us for a food tour to explore all the places and people who are responsible for the creative revolution in the city. Professor Richard Florida came up with the term “creative class” to describe the new generation which has been turning the big cities into […]
We enjoyed experiencing the Levinsky area through the food.
Israel is replete with markets of all kinds, some are even to be found in shopping malls, but there are a few markets that are truly exceptional, unique, and one-of-a-kind. The Levinsky market is that kind of market. The product of a labourer’s neighborhood settled by immigrants from Thessaloniki and Bulgaria, the Levinsky market […]