There are two main ways to get your foot in the door of the city.
First, you can simply visit one of the more than two dozen sites scattered throughout the country.
For instance, you may find yourself in the vicinity of the Mount of Olives or the southern tip of the Golan Heights, where a series of mountain passes that form part of the Old City are located.
Second, if you want to stay in the heart of the Israeli capital, you’ll have to brave the snowiest part of Israel.
On top of the hilltops are numerous alpine resorts and even the city’s central square, Tel Aviv’s central alpine park.
The area, known for its alpine snowfields, is known as the Snow Capital of the World.
In a country where snow has a history of covering everything, it is no surprise that there are still resorts and parks that remain open despite the weather.
The first resort in Israel is a hidden gem in a quiet residential area in central Tel Aviv.
The Alpine Village, known as Aida al-Aida, offers a variety of snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling and hiking trails that run throughout the park.
Snowmobiling is a sport that combines a physical activity with snowboarding.
The trails are located in the same location as the Alpine Village where the Alpine Hotel, a popular resort, was located in 1967.
Snowboarder David Bercovici of the US said he would not have missed it in Israel if it weren’t for the cold and the snow.
Bercics said he spent hours on the mountain and took pictures with his smartphone.
He also took photos of the snowfall and the surrounding areas.
“The snow is amazing.
It’s like you are looking at the mountains, you see the valleys and you’re going up to the top of Mount Olympus, and then you are going down,” Bercici said.
“I’ve never been to Israel and I was totally blown away by the snow, especially because of the way it falls.”
The alpine skiing in the area is very similar to that of the ski resorts in the United States, which have their own dedicated snowfields.
Bocici’s skiing spot is a popular place to ski for a good while after you arrive.
The resort is situated in the northern part of Tel Aviv, so there is plenty of open space to enjoy the snow and the nearby mountains.
There are also several alpine ski trails located along the Gush Etzion Hills, which offer the same types of skiing as the alpine resort in the Snow City.
The alpine area offers many alpine slopes and the ski area is popular with those who want to test their skills in the snowy conditions.
There is also an excellent skiing area called Aida el-Aizah.
This alpine location is located just off of a mountain that overlooks the Gash, a mountain range that covers most of central Israel.
It is popular for snowboarders looking to test the snowboarding skills and there are several alpinist facilities.
The snow-covered landscape in Tel Aviv is one of nature’s best skiing destinations.
Snow is a must in winter in Tel