Tel Aviv is the world’s sixth most expensive city for hotels, ahead of even London, Tokyo, New York and Toronto, but it’s not because Israeli hoteliers are raking in big profits.
Unlike tour groups, independent travelers don't have the power to command discounts from hotels and airlines. But even with creative budgeting, they are shocked at Israel's high cost of living.
Out with the old market, in with the new Tiberias: Disappearance of improvised stalls is but one example of the changes undergone by Tiberias in recent years, which the city hopes will put it on a new path.
With just one route servicing China, strict visa rules and virtual no marketing, Israel isn’t getting its fair share of surging Chinese tourism
Israel's southern resort city of Eilat to be home to three low-cost routes to central and eastern Europe.
According to Bloomberg index of world's top 100 financial centers, San Francisco is most expensive city for hotel room, followed by Geneva; Tel Aviv ranks sixth, Jerusalem 14th.
U.S. travel magazine Jetsetter heaps praise on the newly opened establishment.
Despite reports to the contrary, City Hall reassures visitors that they will still be able to see the animals on the day of rest.
Travel agents express surprise at the powerful impact the shootings have had on the vacation plans of Israelis.
Health Ministry orders hotel to immediately address problem in water system; the bacteria is the source of the infectious 'Legionnaires’ disease.