06. May 2019
The Jewish Vienna experience - kosher lePessach
18. March 2019
River cruise shore excursions with M&H take you to the most famous places of Jewish history along the waterways in Europe.
21. February 2019
Part I: Milk & Honey Tours' CEO, Noa Lerner-Sauerbaum, describes highlights of a Jewish shore excursion in Cologne, Germany.
04. February 2019
Milk&Honey Tours Logo in 2011
We have been asked frequently why our logo contains an elephant. Are we including Safaris in our portfolio now??? No, we don´t, but we do refer to an unusual cultural traveler. In 2011 we decided to look back to the year 801. „Ipsius anni mense Iulio, XIII. Kal. Aug., venit Isaac cum elephanto et ceteris muneribus, quae a rege Persarum missa sunt, …; nomen elephanti erat Abul Abaz.“ – (ANNALES REGNI FRANCORUM, 801) In 801 the elephant Abul-Abbas was sent by caliph Harun al-Rashid to...
07. January 2019
An Unknown Tale of Love and Loyalty. An Ufa star who refused to abandon his Jewish wife
17. September 2018
This is a review of our Jewish Heritage tour in Trieste by a participant on the tour. It has been translated from German and abridged.
02. August 2011
I have been visiting Prague and Jewish Prague since 1993 and have seen the changes to the city gradually transform it from a Sleeping Beauty to a European metropolis…still nothing quite prepared me for the visit this time.
06. June 2011
Atalya and I have visited Vienna recently. Coming from Berlin, Vienna gives me always the impression of being a European Jewish city ‘par excellence’, with Jewish life in a lot of facets to be found here. In the morning, heading to the Naschmarkt around the corner for a coffee, we found ourselves inside Neni I, an Israeli restaurant owned by the gastronome Chaya Molcho. We had a wonderful breakfast that we thought could only be found in Israel. A few steps up the lane of this wonderfully...
20. January 2011
Besides working like a madman to get ready for the start of the new year with a clean slate, and occasionally making it to Chanukah or Christmas markets to indulge myself with mulled wine or a few bites selected from various cuisine of the most various cultures, a totally unexpected and a, most likely, life-altering experience happened to me… I was recently invited to Join the family of my very best friend, Balázs (who made some beautiful photos on M&H website), for a very special event....
16. January 2011
The 4th annual JUDAFEST street festival took place in Budapest, Hungary last Sunday on Kazinczy Street, famous for its orthodox institutions and restaurants. The yearly festival focuses on contemporary Hungarian Jewish art and culture in all forms and of course hearty kosher and non-kosher Jewish gastronomy. It’s a great occasion to get to know Jewish organizations, NGO’s, make friends, eat, drink, shop and dance. Question and answer sessions with rabbis, Jewish stand-up comedy, kids’...

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