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Find out about the top seven luxury hotels in Jerusalem. You can choose the best accomodation to suit your needs, comparing location, faciities and services.
Here's a list of online newspapers from Israel in English that cover Israeli current affairs. Catching up on news from an Israeli perspective can be interesting, whether you are home or here in Israel.
Take a few hours to discover Abu Ghosh village nestled in the hills near Jerusalem. You'll find Crusader churches, a fabulous new mosque, picturesque views and great local hummus and Middle Eastern cuisine.
This page reviews all the different ways for getting around in Tel Aviv. Whether you want to walk it, bike around, take a bus or a train, use taxi or sherut shared taxi service, rent a car or get help via useful apps, we got you covered.
Amos Oz passed away recently in December 2018. No anthology of books from Israel is complete without an Amos Oz novel. In our book list, we recommend the last novel he published, Judas. It is...
Betzavta offers a truly unique Israel dining experience. Local Israelis invite you for a home-cooked dinner in their home to share food, conversation and make new friends.
Explore Allenby Street Tel Aviv, one of the oldest and most interesting streets in the city. In this beautifully ugly street, you'll find bargain shops, elegant historic buildings covered with graffiti, restaurants and lots of bars and clubs, some hip and some sleazy.
Enjoy Bauhaus Architecture in Tel Aviv - it's the World's Largest Collection! You can see the white, bright and simple Bauhaus buildings all over the city.