Israel offers a wide range of ethnic cuisine. A culinary tour through local markets, bakeries, delicatessens and restaurants, is a window to the vast cultural influences on the local cuisine. In the bakeries of Me'a Shearim, the Carmel Market and Machne Yehuda Market, Georgian food, Iraqi food, Moroccan, Arab and east European, are all blended into magnificent scents and flavors.
Through Jerusalem old city, one can savor the local Arab cuisine – Humus, Kebab, Shawarma and Falafel, Sinia, Malukhia, Baklava, Halva, Knafe and much more.
A culinary tour can be integrated into any day tour, especially as part of a tour in Jerusalem or Tel-Aviv. It includes also the historical and cultural background and the stories of the people behind the food.