People with disabilities can tour Israel in comfort thanks to overnight accommodations that are increasingly attuned to their needs.
Jerusalem’s ancient walls were turned into an unforgettable backdrop for one of the most exciting light festivals in the world.
Tel Aviv’s Gay Pride Parade highlighted the Israeli city that’s been crowned the world’s best for GLBT residents and tourists alike.
Cool off this summer in some of Israel’s thousands of caves. We’ve picked a few of the ones most accessible to the public.
Founded six years ago by two expatriates from the US, the Artists’ Colony Inn has just been named the best B&B in the Middle East by travel website Trip Advisor.
Four actors from the cluster of CBS-TV crime-scene investigation dramas visit Israel for the first time and declare it ‘close to a utopia.’
A week of activities sponsored by the municipality include music, dance, theater, beach parties, drag shows and family picnics.
A workers district in Tel Aviv provides the unlikely backdrop for a burgeoning contemporary and street art world.
The growing influx of backpack tourists has spawned a whole new niche in Israel’s hospitality sector.