Passover with my family in the Holy Land gave me a mishmash of real war and personal peace.
For those in search of the not-so-holy land in Israel, Tel Aviv will be your savior.
Shawarma isn’t just street food anymore.
Eat and Drink Old World Yemen in Tel Aviv.
From all-night dance parties to underground art bars, Tel Aviv is redefining what it means to be the city that never sleeps.
A lifeguard tower has been converted into a pop-up luxury suite; keep an eye out for the upcoming Jerusalem edition.
Israel is a country of contrasts: modern and ancient sites, cosmopolitan cities and pastoral lands, holy places and decadent watering holes, the blues of the Mediterranean and the salty Dead Sea.
With millennia of history and miles of scenic landscapes, this is a place where travelers can learn, relax, and partake in some unforgettable adventures.
Even if it's not prime beach season, there's plenty to do, from checking out fascinating markets and bazaars to viewing world-class architecture.
Home to an increasing number of vineyards and a wonderfully diverse culinary scene, Israel offers unforgettable experiences for food and wine lovers.