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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

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

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

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

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

Israel  Get 33 percent off the Poli House, a 1930s Bauhaus building with whimsical interiors and a rooftop pool with wide-spanning views of Tel... Read More

Creamy, house-made hummus and stunning Mediterranean beaches, fascinating museums that highlight this city’s rich history, and a clutch of new hotels... Read More

Nicknamed “the City that Never Sleeps,” Tel Aviv is well known for its vibrant nightlife, booming technology industry, and stunning coastal setting. But... Read More

“Are you eating brains?” the chef asks hopefully.It’s lunchtime in Tel Aviv. The banged-up Bauhaus buildings of the White City district are full, the... Read More

Flour Bakery, Boston: Call ahead to reserve your sticky bun—these caramel-smothered, pecan-studded brioche rolls are among the best you’ll ever have. No... Read More

Lay of the LandJaffa: This mixed Arab-Jewish area is known for its Flea Market, historic city (Old Jaffa), and the restored port lined with open-air... Read More

MadridCarlos Urroz, director of the city’s annual art fair ARCOmadrid, reveals his top holiday traditions.Sweet Treat: “Roscón de reyes—a soft bun made... Read More

Adam Tihany knows the inside of his suitcase better than the inside of his Manhattan apartment. The hotel and restaurant designer travels constantly for... Read More

The State of Travel |  Securing the Skies |  Inside the World's Most Secure Airport |  Nine Steps to Overcoming Flying Anxiety |  Travel Insurance... Read More

On the afternoon I arrive in Tel Aviv, Palestinian militants step up their protracted barrage of missiles on the town of Sderot, a mere 40 miles to the... Read More

At Israeli artist Ayala Serfaty’s just-opened Aqua Creations Showroom, you’ll find a selection of ottomans and chairs covered in velvet or Lycra and in... Read More

During his 14 years at the recently renovated Israel Museum, James Snyder has helped shape the institution into the Middle East’s most important... Read More

“My hands are cold, but my heart is warm,” a tanned young Israeli girl coos to me in broken Russian at a Tel Aviv nightclub as we nod along to an... Read More

At sunset in Tel Aviv, the neon signs atop the high-rises on Dizengoff, Hayarkon, and the other main thoroughfares begin to flash the familiar litany of... Read More

Rising from sand dunes at the water's edge, Tel Aviv presented a defiantly futuristic image to tens of thousands of émigrés who arrived during the first... Read More

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