Guided tours let visitors from many countries discover Israel’s techniques for natural farming, water conservation and sustainable energy.
This city of 114,000 people is known for its top-flight science but also for its family feel and nightlife.
Two Israeli startups, Roomer and Cancelon, help find a buyer for your cancelled room reservation so you won’t lose on fees and no-refund deals.
A seaside snapshot of Christian, Arab and Jewish harmony in a relaxing atmosphere of cafés and galleries.
The waves of the Mediterranean flow mesmerizingly through natural caves of this northern Israel reserve with its fine vistas, cable-car ride and more.
It’s Friday morning in Jerusalem’s hip German Colony. The weekend has begun. Everyone’s out shopping, people watching, eating gourmet food, and enjoying the sunshine.
A visit from university students involved in transnational Innovation Immersion Program at Illinois U. blended work and play.
In the last 18 years the number of boutique wineries in Israel has leapt exponentially from seven to nearly 300. The quality of these new wines is attracting connoisseurs worldwide.
Home of the lush Bahá’í Gardens, national science and maritime museums and Israel’s only subway, Haifa has lots to offer tourists.
First International Jerusalem Symposium for Green and Accessible Pilgrimage will help religious travelers put a green foot forward.