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Bagels, blintzes, babka. There is no shortage of Jewish culinary contributions that are beloved around the world. And now you can nosh on your favorites... Read More

There’s no better way to experience a local culture than through its food. You can discover so much about a country’s history and values by how people... Read More

As exciting as travel can be, arriving in a new city can be disorienting. Figuring out where you’re going to find breakfast can feel hard enough — and... Read More

Spotting a random animal on a runway is one thing, but wildlife wandering through airport security is quite another.At Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv,... Read More

What do Travel + Leisure readers look for when choosing the best cities in Africa and the Middle East? The results of our World’s Best Awards survey for... Read More

This year’s top resort hotels in Africa and the Middle East are as spectacular as the landscapes they inhabit, which include vast stretches of desert,... Read More

The glittering cities of North Africa and the Middle East offer more to see and do with each passing year. Qatar’s capital city, Doha, just unveiled a... Read More

After drinking on velvet furniture in dark lounges all winter, we’re ready for spritzy cocktails in sunny bars with the best views of skylines and... Read More

Every year, thousands of people travel through Israel and Palestine to retrace the steps of Jesus. Nazareth, Jerusalem, and the Sea of Galilee are all... Read More

It is possible to reenact your fantasies from “Phantom of the Opera” and row a boat through a spooky underground reservoir. But this tunnel’s a few... Read More

Jerusalem’s Mamilla neighborhood has seen a lot of history unfold. It’s where King Herod built a water reservoir in the 1st century B.C. It’s where many... Read More

There are seriously too many places to go for excellent food and drink in Tel-Aviv, but Levinsky Market is certainly among the most photogenic. The five... Read More

There are, conservatively, a dozen reasons to choose The Setai when booking a hotel in Tel-Aviv: The dreamy, tree-lined courtyard, where you can dine on... Read More

The early morning sun shone clearly on the rocky terrain of the Negev desert as a mini bus wound its way through the cliffs and craggy slopes one spring... Read More

T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest... Read More

Jody Bear is a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world, and can help plan your perfect getaway. Below... Read More

Air India’s new route from New Delhi to Tel Aviv made history last week when it became the first to take a very politicized shortcut through Saudi... Read More

Here at Travel + Leisure, we know that food and travel are two sides of the same coin — so we’re excited to announce the year’s best culinary travel... Read More

The U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem, Israel, is warning travelers to avoid parts of the city ahead of anticipated demonstrations.The message from the... Read More

WOW Air is celebrating its new service to Tel Aviv from Newark Liberty International Airport by dropping prices across the board.Travelers can book... Read More

This story originally appeared on Tamina Koehne-Drube was a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons in Canberra and Hong Kong. She... Read More

Located 1345 feet below sea level, the Hilton Dead Sea Resort & Spa just opened in Sweimeh, Jordan, and it looks stunning.The resort is located at... Read More

If you're a beach-loving traveler, you have likely stayed in your fair share of oceanfront hotels (or at least spent plenty a daydream Google searching... Read More

The street artist known as Banksy opened a hotel in Bethlehem on Friday called The Walled-Off Hotel, Agence-France Presse reported.The 10-room... Read More

Archeologists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Institute of Archeology have discovered a 12th cave believed to have once contained some of... Read More

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