The much-visited Trumpeldor Cemetery is the final resting place for Tel Aviv’s most famous citizens, including singer Arik Einstein.
Items include fragments from Dead Sea Scrolls, Septuagint, early New Testament Scriptures, Cairo genizah, illuminated biblical manuscripts and Gutenberg Bible.
Art-loving tourists from around the globe have been making the new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art a top priority on their itineraries.
Neot Semadar, an ecological collective community, is more than just a kibbutz with a weird, colorful tower in the middle of nowhere.
The northern Israeli port city provides a visually appealing setting for a variety of world cultures and religions.
Take a nighttime tour of the sky, book a planetarium show or observatory visit. Kid-friendly, English-speaking options are available from north to south.
Dominating the Jerusalem skyline, the Santiago Calatrava-designed light rail and pedestrian bridge evokes David’s harp – and no small amount of controversy
This Christmas season, two new sites — devoted to the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene – are ready for visitors.
Santa visits Israel every year, leading a joyous holiday in Jesus’ hometown.
Netanya, ‘French Riviera of Israel,’ is just north of Tel Aviv and well worth a trip to experience the multicultural continental feel of the beach city.