Judging by the government's travel warnings, it's considered dangerous for Israelis to travel to a quarter of the world's countries
Street art has made the Florentin neighborhood one of Tel Aviv’s most popular tourist areas. But the deluge of tour groups has outraged locals - and the artists themselves
From old minefields to pools for Syrian officers, the vestiges of the former sovereigns of the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights are everywhere, if you know where to look
Experts put the potential for Christian faith tourists at 10 million a year, compared with 700,000 at present. What's Israel doing wrong?
The visit by Dustin Pfundheller, 31, has earned him a world record as the youngest person to visit every country in the world
Discovered in central Israel 21 years ago, this beautiful artwork has toured the world but still has no home in Israel. It’s worth taking a trip to see a small part of the masterpiece in Haifa
A new exhibition at the National Library sheds light on the French emperor’s Middle Eastern campaign at the end of the 1700s. Despite his crushing defeat, many historians see his time here as a scientific and scholarly success.
In an interview, the legendary primatologist Jane Goodall explains why she compared the U.S. president’s dominance rituals with those of her study subjects and stresses the importance of protecting the environment.
In June 1867, 150 years ago, Mark Twain embarked on a great voyage to Europe and the Holy Land. His travel book is still quoted widely today in order to prove all sorts of claims.
Eleven ferruginous ducks were released at the Israeli nature reserve last week. New technology will enable ecologists to monitor their behavior in the wild.