The beaches, the clubs, the food, the transportation, the pleasant natives (yes!) – all these, according to a random poll, make the city a true tourist destination. If only the prices weren't insane!
At a 2,000-year-old archaeological site, U.S. military veterans who suffer from trauma uncover lost treasures — and learn how to recover
The six-year-old MuCEM has given Marseilles a new lease on life, but there's little trace of Israel in its exhibits, whose subjects include our region’s important ports
The father of individualism, a representative of capitalism or proof of the advantages of returning to nature? You make the call
A springtime hike in the Upper Galilee, along Tzalmon Stream and the Parod waterfalls, is an unadulterated pleasure – but beware the blight of litter
Organizers call off the annual Midburn festival after failing to secure authorization for its new location in a military training area
Shrinking citrus groves have reduced the economic importance of oranges, but farmers, artists and high-tech professionals are now looking to give the golden fruit new meaning
Decades after first ancient Jewish texts were found at Qumran, hundreds of caves around the Dead Sea could yield more. But we have to hurry
They are modest, they are disappearing, but Israel’s winter pools provide an important refuge for endangered amphibians, and rare sanctuaries of tranquility in a country where development shows little sign of slowing down
Record demand while Tel Aviv hosts Eurovision song contest certainly pushes prices up, but it brings to light a genuine problem: Even compared with hotels in expensive cities such as Zurich, Paris, London, Israel's are costly
A too-narrow road in central Israel bisects a First-Temple-era city that recovered from the devastation wreaked by Sennacherib, archaeologists discover, and the fight is on
An exhibition in Tel Aviv focuses on fortifications, from the Great Wall of China, to the Maginot Line, to Israel’s separation barrier
In quitting the UN organization Israel will lose its influence over debates and resolutions, says former member of national liaison panel; tourism may also suffer
An evangelical Christian group invested $120 million in building the Ark Encounter to convince visitors that the world was created less than 6,000 years ago
Airbnb’s announcement that it will be removing rental listings in West Bank settlements caught many people by surprise
The new exhibit 'What makes us human?' at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History finally chooses to side with science and address the scientific facts of evolution, but the omission of Darwin's theories as well as public reactions make it evident that it's soon to call this a success
Israeli and Italian experts have recently tested a tiny wireless device that can map buried treasure
In one of Israel’s most expensive restoration projects ever, the city's ancient theater will be revealed, together with about 90 percent of the old city and the port
A nature museum without extensive coverage of the theory is a phenomenon unique to this country
The Franciscans have reopened their museum in the Old City of Jerusalem’s Church of the Flagellation — the first dedicated to the life and times of Christ
It’s one of Israel’s poorest towns, but a new plan to make Jisr al-Zarqa’s picturesque, old fishing village the centerpiece of a tourism industry aims to change that
The purpose of declaring the Ramon Crater an international dark-sky park is to promote astronomy there because the area is free from light pollution
As tourism becomes increasingly vital to the Old City, the hope is to get more Arab residents involved, but local author Ala Hlehel is pessimistic
Some 60-80 percent of reservations being canceled after Israel strikes Syria in retaliation for missile fire, just as tourism season begins
From Tel Aviv to the Sea of Galilee - why can't we keep Israel clean?
Ben-Gurion ordered Israeli forces to sink the ship that belonged to a right-wing-militia because it challenged the new state's authority. Now, two experts insist they can find it - but how many political demons will they dredge up?
The curator of a new exhibit about the atrocities in Syria, currently on show in Washington, says the museum doesn’t exist only to tell the story of the dead but also to teach lessons for the future
Funded by a billionaire Evangelical family, and with construction costs of $500 million, the Museum of the Bible is the most intriguing and most talked-about attraction in town
Residents of Ramat Hanegev Regional Council object to dust and noise
What is it about a small community in the line of fire that brings local and foreign visitors alike?