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Jerusalem Travel Guide

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Discovering Secular Jerusalem

T+L explores the secular side of Jerusalem—an ancient, sacred, embattled, and beloved city.

1,500-Year-Old Street Found in Jerusalem

CNN News |  Archaeologists working under the direction of the Israeli Antiquities Authority have uncovered a 1500-year-old road running through the center of Jerusalem's Old...

Two Iconic Jerusalem Hotels

Playing host to prime ministers, celebrities, and spies for decades, a pair of storied hotels epitomize the polarities of life in the Holy City.

Adam Tihany's Favorite Restaurants

Preeminent restaurant designer—and jet-setting foodie—Adam Tihany shares his favorite restaurants with T+L.

A War Reporter's Most Memorable Hotels

With so many journalists now reporting from the front lines, T+L finds out a war correspondent’s most memorable hotels.

World's Most-Visited Sacred Sites

You don't need to have faith to be drawn to these temples, churches, and shrines, popular for their spiritual and cultural value.

James Snyder’s Guide to Israel

As Jerusalem’s Israel Museum unveils its entire 20-acre campus after a three-year, $100 million renovation, director James Snyder opens his little black book on the...

World's Best Cities

Travel + Leisure readers pick the world’s best cities, casting their votes for this year’s most dynamic, vacation-worthy places.

City Getaways: Ultimate Bucket List

These cities let you tap into the coolest nightlife scenes, marvel at ancient ruins, and witness cutting-edge art and architecture.

Celebrities' Favorite Places

Follow the trail of these globe-trotting artists, chefs, and designers, who share their most memorable travel experiences.
HOTELS

King David Hotel

1930's property with a location a stone's throw from the Old City and rich interiors (redone by Adam Tihany in 2011) that are steeped in glamour: a long list of heads of state and celebrities have... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Café Mizrachi

For lunch, order a chopped salad with feta, peppers, onions, and olives and a side of house-made hummus. more ›


ACTIVITIES

The Archaeological Seminars

At the National Park of Beit Guvrin, Archaeological Seminars runs three-hour “Dig for a Day” programs, where dabbling archaeologists (or participants, as they would prefer) crawl through... more ›


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