Jerusalem

Jerusalem Travel Guide

Articles about Jerusalem

By Melanie Lieberman
By the time I arrived in Jerusalem, the final stop on my 10-day tour of Israel, everything I carried with me bore the distinct reddish hue of the Negev desert. That is how Israel is: it clings to you, no matter how many times you bleach your sneak...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Travel + Leisure Staff
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Hotels in Jerusalem

Israel found the perfect complement to its new architectural icons (the Santiago Calatrava–designed Jerusalem bridge; Ron Arad’s Design Museum, in Holon) in the angular, elegant Mamilla Hotel by Moshe Safdie.

Restaurants in Jerusalem

The coffee house is owned by a pair of Chicago-born cousins, Debbie Katz and Rosie Nathan. The walls of the tiny outpost, which sells coffee and tea from all over the world, are blanketed with covers from The New Yorker.

Things to do in Jerusalem

Two Georgian brothers have opened a sparkling boutique, Babar, that carries cheese from all over the world as well as wines and olive oils from Israel—seven different types of olive oil from one kibbutz alone.