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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 Coolest Bazaars

Hunt for that perfect souvenir and soak up the scene at these cool bazaars, flea markets, and souks.

4 Great Holiday Travel Destinations

T+L taps into local experts for the places to visit when traveling for the holidays.

World's Strangest Bars

These wild watering holes—lodged underwater, built within a tree, or carved of ice—make for memorable happy hours from Scandinavia to Antarctica.

Hotel Paradise: Five Writers’ Stories

The Heathman Hotel Portland, Oregon By Gary Shteyngart Holly Golightly believed that nothing bad could happen to you at Tiffany’s, but allow me to respectfully...

Discovering Secular Jerusalem

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

Re-Modernizing Tel Aviv

After years of neglect, Tel Aviv's Bauhaus architecture is getting a makeover. But, as Michael Z. Wise reports, this is a conservation effort with political...

Tel Aviv Modern

An influx of wealth, progressive culture, and world-class cuisine is reshaping this resilient Mediterranean metropolis. Michael Z. Wise reports.

Next Stop Tel Aviv

Despite it all, the city is positively glowing: a buoyant economy, a new influx of people, and a host of chic restaurants are making it...

Where to Go in Jerusalem

Classic experiences you'll never forget
HOTELS

Mizpe Hayamim

Guests enter the terra-cotta-paved lobby to the smells of jasmine and honeysuckle. The resort stands near a tiny artists' colony in Galilee, a peaceful area on good terms with both its Jewish... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Ali Karavan

In Israel, chickpea spread is sustenance, scooped up with freshly baked pita along with a whole constellation of condiments. At Ali Karavan (a.k.a. Abu Hassan), toppings range from foul (fava beans)... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Red Sea Star

An over-the-top underwater restaurant and bar off the coast of Israel begins to make sense when you learn that the nearby city of Eilat is Israel’s version of Dubai. Twenty feet down in the Gulf... more ›


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