Six ideas for places to go and see where the Hanukkah spirit all began (or tastes like).
In a bid for freedom, tranquility and wide open spaces, Israelis are increasingly taking a hike to the country’s unspoiled southern deserts.
You've climbed Masada, floated in the Dead Sea, stuck a note in the Western Wall, stood in line at Jesus' burial place, and cried your heart out at Yad Vashem. Now what?
From Voidokilia Bay to Israel’s very own Habonim Beach - 10 recommendations for spectacular beaches around the Mediterranean, plus a few a bit farther afield.
A complete guide to walking tours around Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
Sure, Israel has a long coastline, yet where oh where can you go to sea?
Incorporating only the facade of the historic Palace Hotel and an aura of the past, the world-famous Waldorf puts itself on the map of the city's luxury accommodations.
Don't use a travel agent, reserve through the hotel’s own website and join the hotel’s customer club, for starters.
Stop and smell the flowers on this easy, pretty hike near several major tourist sites in Israel's north.
This complex of four old houses of worships is overlooked - but shouldn't be.
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.