From Anthony Grant, former About.com Guide
Tel Aviv is the kind of place where, like New York City, you can spend a few hours and have the experience of a lifetime, or stay much longer -- and not even begin to scratch the surface. Unless spiritual or religious travel is the focus of your trip to Israel, Tel Aviv will be a highlight of your stay.
- Culture in Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv's Fabulous Street Art
- Tel Aviv Restaurants
- Where to Stay in Tel Aviv
- Where to Party in Tel Aviv
Jerusalem, the Holy City: it's perhaps the best-known religious city on Earth. Here you will find sites sacred to three major world religions. The compact ancient city, surrounded by a 465-year old wall, never fails to amaze visitors with its extraordinary history. There is also a rich cultural life in Jerusalem.
- Jerusalem's Must-See Sacred Spots
- Unusual Jerusalem Hotels
- Yad Vashem and Museums
- 10 Things You Didn't Know About Jerusalem
Masada and the Dead Sea
For reasons of geography (stark and stunning) and history (it's heartbreaking), Masada and the Dead Sea are Israel's ultimate desert highlights. Your photographic journey starts here.