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If Instagram is your media vice of choice, log onto these particularly stunning visual odes to the Motherland; accounts cataloguing the daily musings and snapshots of some of Israel’s top chefs, traveling enthusiasts, and stylish design lovers. You think they make Israel look amazing? Just wait until you see it all for yourself in person.
This colorful Insta serves up daily doses of mouthwatering pictures – snapping bird’s-eye view tables filled to bursting with Israeli culinary staples, including colorful salads, shakshuka, and of course, falafel. Plates of creamy hummus also make regular chickpea-studded appearances.
Originally from Amsterdam, Christine Aya’s tasteful eye and dreamy color palette make her view of Israel a collage of tranquil turquoise juxtaposed with earthy burnt sienna. Her account has become so successful that she has collaborated with some big local names and even uses her skills to host audience-building Instagram workshops.
Sister-photographer/videographer duo Lauren and Annael Tolila take dazzling shots of the white-washed curves of Bauhaus architecture, artfully-placed table settings, and designer details. The whole handle gorgeously screams “vacation!”
Cookbook writer extraordinaire (most notably the co-author of the best-selling “Cravings” and “Cravings – Hungry For More” with Chrissy Teigen), the American-Israeli chef has her own foodie bible coming out this year called “Sababa”. Drool over her unfiltered view of her neighborhood jaunts around Tel Aviv’s Yemenite Quarter, the ever-inspiring Carmel Market, and how-tos on her delicious recipes.
From modeling gorgeous swimwear in some of Israel’s most jaw-dropping locales (including Timna Park’s rust-colored landscapes and Caesarea’s historic arches), Romy Spector expertly knows how to craft some envy-inducing snapshots.
He isn’t called the “Cauliflower King” for nothing. Israeli celebrity chef Eyal Shani has made a household name for himself in Israel and progressively abroad with his poetic descriptions (especially his beloved tomatoes), no nonsense food, and burgeoning restaurants from Tel Aviv to Paris and NYC.