The capital of the Galilee is on every tourist’s must-see list, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune.
The new trend in home accommodations is wildly popular in Israel’s major cities, thanks to Internet sites listing residential sublets.
ISRAEL21c invites you on a walk along one of Tel Aviv’s liveliest boulevards.
Nine wineries make modern use of the ancient Nabatean grape-growing terraces in Israel’s Negev Desert, a perfect climate for the craft.
Israeli street art reveals the history, culture and slang of an area – and a great way to learn how to speak to Sabras.
Be sure to bring a basket when you visit this Tel Aviv market filled with bakeries, nut, fruit and spice vendors, delis and fast-food stalls.
See the country’s gorgeous landscapes from above in one of five cable railway options.
Israeli websites HomeDine and EatWith kick off a new homey trend in vacation dining, creating cross-cultural experiences at the table.
In the midst of a cultural oasis in Tel Aviv lies a pastoral meeting place with a reflecting pool, gardens, buskers and sandbox.
Israel is one of the world’s best and safest places to try canyoning, a sport that combines rappelling, rope-work, climbing and swimming.