Tmol Shilshom (Only Yesterday) in the historic Nahalat Shiva has been a favorite of patrons for two decades for the food, the literature and the romance.
If you’re looking for something a little different from luxury chain hotels, B&Bs, and youth hostels, then check out these uniquely unusual places to lay your head for the night.
Cool off in a famous fountain, play at the port, hit the trails – it’s all for free in family-friendly Israel.
Whether you prefer museums and galleries, crafts shows or painting the sights yourself, Israel offers a range of old and new art-related experiences.
See how a former German Templer colony in Tel Aviv has been transformed into the city’s hottest new culture and leisure spot.
It’s just you, your board and your kite.
People seeking relief from chronic skin, respiratory and joint conditions benefit from the unique solar and mineral properties found only at the Dead Sea.
‘There are a lot of startup programs that are helping cultures within Israel, such as amazing community garden projects used as tools for economic empowerment.’
As the sun begins to set over Tel Aviv on Fridays, a crowd gathers to welcome the weekend with a chorus of bongos.
Israel is considered the most gay-friendly country in the region. Is it any surprise gay tourists are flocking here?