Bucharest has recently become a very popular destination for Jewish and Israeli tourists. And, the Jewish aspects of Bucharest are very interesting.
For centuries, Hungary was an important Jewish diaspora. In Hungary, there were Hassidic courts, including the Munkacz Hasidism, Sighet, Sphinka, Tash, and the Pepah Hassidim. Some of the Jewish towns are no longer part of Hungary following the 1920 Trianon Treaty, which transferred territories from Austro-Hungary to Romania and the Czech Republic. Many important and influential Admorim lived and were active in north Hungary. להמשך קריאה
Most of us are accustomed to making winter vacations at the Dead Sea or in warm Eilat. But recently, a vacation in Cyprus is becoming a much more attractive alternative. The weather in Cyprus is similar to ours, and so is the duration of the flight and the landscapes. But, prices in Cyprus are much cheaper compared to Eilat. להמשך קריאה