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An introduction to the holiest sites in Jerusalem, Israeli's official capital city and perhaps the most significant and best-known religious city on Earth.
A guide to everything you need to know before you travel to Israel, including visa requirements, travel and safety tips, when to go and more.
A roundup of Israel's top tourist sights including some of the major historical ones like Masada as well as city highlights.
What you need to know about what you shouldn't do in Israel.
When in Tel Aviv, you'll be hard pressed to have a bad meal at any of the places on this list, including Montenegro, Abraxas Tzafon, and more.
The best outdoor markets in Israel
What to see and do in Israel in seven days, including Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, The Dead Sea and Masada, and the Sea of Galilee.
Few countries this small pack in as much history, geographical diversity and cultural treasures. Here are ten of the best reasons to visit Israel.
A selection of Jerusalem bars that Lady Gaga might like, too.
Tel Aviv is the party capital of the Middle East. Here's where to go.
Israel Safety Considerations. Israel Travel.
Top 5 Hotels in Jerusalem
The Dead Sea. Israel Travel.
The best boutique hotels in Tel Aviv
Israel Travel Trivia
Israel is home to some places so momentous they could make a traveler cry...here's where, and why.
Jerusalem restaurants. Israel Travel.
Jerusalem is famous as home of such holy sites as the Temple Mount, Western Wall and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. But there's more.
Regions of Israel. Israel Travel.
Israel's Best Museum Gift Shops
Masada. Israel Travel.
Make your Israel travel rip-off free with these quick tips
Transportation in Israel, by plane, taxi, bus, car and train
Weather in Israel: What to Expect
Israel's sunniest, sexiest and most bodacious beaches!
A selection of Tel Aviv's top shops
Tel Aviv gay nightlife tip sheet
Jerusalem is the Holy City, but it's also home to some very cool hotels.
Sea of Galilee. Israel Travel.
Tel Aviv's top cultural highlights
Israel has 137 officially recognized beaches. Here's looking at some of the best.
Sexy Israeli cocktail recipe. Israel Travel.
Austrian Hospice of the Holy Family budget hotel, Jerusalem
Madonna in Israel. Israel Travel.
An advance look at the Jerusalem Season of Culture 2012
Winter in Israel. Israel Travel.
Savings tips for flights to Israel on El Al
Didn't think of Israel as a romantic destination? Think again: From the towers of Tel Aviv to the desert sands of the Negev, here are some choice spots in Israel where you need to be kissed now.
Wine and Beer Festivals in Israel
Taking your Tel Aviv trip to the next level starts here.
Tel Aviv's Secret Seaside Hotels
St. Peter's Church, Jaffa. Israel Travel.
Some thoughts on gay tourism in Israel.
The Dead Sea and the Negev have some amazing new places to stay: Welcome to Israel's New Desert Deluxe.
UNESCO sites in Israel
A primer on the varied neighborhood of Tel Aviv
Are you a Tel Aviv virgin? Here's how to do it right.
Tel Aviv Gay Pride 2011. Israel Travel.
More of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv.
Israel's top music, theater and other festivals and events in July and August 2011
Tel Aviv. Israel Travel. Page 5.
Madonna and Israel. Israel Travel.
Literary Tel Aviv. Israel Travel.
What you need to know about kosher dining in Israel
In a country with a history that stretches back thousands of years, it can be tough knowing where to begin your visit: a glimpse of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Jerusalem is an enlightening experience, but spending some quality time at a sexy beach could be more fun. But then, you probably won’t get sunburned in a museum. Here are just a few possibilities you might want to consider when planning your Israel trip, from A to Z.
Quick Trips from Tel Aviv. Israel Travel.
Musing on Mrs. Garrett as the ideal Middle East peacemaker.
Beyond the Western Wall and Masada, there are ancient attractions aplenty throughout Israel, a land that has been at the crossroads of empires for millennia.
The latest Israeli film news. Israel Travel.
A relevant selection from Mark Twain's The Innocents Abroad, to enhance your experience of the Jerusalem holy sites.
Two new Tel Aviv restaurants you don't want to miss: Table and Brothers.
Cyprus 2.0. Israel Travel.
Where to Break the Yom Kippur Fast in Israel.
A literary look at Jerusalem through the word of Mark Twain.
Olympic Air launches a new route linking Tel Aviv and Athens
Introducing Cyprus. Israel Travel.
All restaurants in Tel Aviv are gay-friendly, but some are more gay-friendly than others.
What did Mark Twain say about Jerusalem? Take a look.
Take a closer look at one of Tel Aviv's most compact yet most compelling neighborhoods, Kerem HaTeimanim. Great food finds and beach-close, too!
How to find a great short-term furnished apartment in Tel Aviv
El Al family travel deals for travel to Israel.
For all of Tel Aviv’s unique architecture and cultural attractions, one of its defining features remains the Mediterranean Sea. Here, the view of the seaside promenade north from Old Jaffa. Page 7.
Jerusalem has the sacred sites, but Tel Aviv has the party scene and arguably the most vibrant and varied nightlife not just in Israel, but in the entire Middle East. There’s something going on every night of the week. Pictured here, the disco at the Theater Club in the Jaffa section of Tel Aviv. Page 3.
Luxury accommodations near the Dead Sea and in the Negev Desert. Page 5.
How to beat the heat in Israel this summer
Is This Tel Aviv's Best Hotel? Lady Gaga would go for the Diaghilev
A typical Israeli breakfast dish is shakshuka, a spicy tomato stew with two poached eggs. If you order it in a restaurant like the one pictured here in the Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood, the tomatoes will come from the famous Carmel Market nearby. Page 6.
Tel Aviv's Hatraklin Restaurant. Israel Travel. Page 3.
Scots Hotel, Tiberias. Israel Travel.
Breakfast in Tel Aviv. Israel Travel. Page 2.
Nazareth mini-guide. Israel Travel.
The signature architectural style of Tel Aviv is Bauhaus, a functional style from the 1930s noted for its curvilinear forms. Its concentration of Bauhaus buildings gives Tel Aviv the nickname “The White City” and was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003. There are great guided walking tours of the Bauhaus district. Page 2.
What to see and do around the Dead Sea shore.
Take a tasty look at the places where you can enjoy the world's sexiest meals, starting in Israel.
How to find great short-term furnished apartments in Tel Aviv
Much of the pleasure of shopping in Tel Aviv comes from discovering independent boutiques away from the busy shopping malls. Pictured here, the main shop of David Sassoon, Israel’s best-known menswear designer, on Mohaliver Street in downtown Tel Aviv. Page 5.