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The normal way to celebrate a birthday is with a party. But for its 100th birthday, BauhausLand is throwing a series of parties right...
Israel had its best tourism year to date, with more than 4.12 million tourist entries recorded from January to December 2018, an increase of...
Israel Airports Authority (IAA) announced that the country's long-awaited second international airport will be opening on January 22, 2019. Located near the southern Red Sea...
LATAM Airlines landed in Israel for the first time in December, following the opening of a new direct route from Santiago via São Paulo/Guarulhos....
The inaugural Israel Hotel Investment Summit (IHIS) took place at the Hilton Tel Aviv in November 2018. Part of the International Hotel Investment Forum...
Tourism in Israel is booming and Chanukah is a great time to visit the Jewish State. A record 3.6 million tourist arrived in Israel 2017, a 25 percent growth since 2016. This is also the time donuts are big business, and here is why:
JERUSALEM - Several hundred Sudanese immigrants rallied Sunday on the streets of Tel Aviv, demanding refugee status.
For second time, Tel Aviv court extends remand for the comatose tourist shot by police in Bat Yam.
A court released on Tuesday the Dutch tourist who was shot and seriously wounded by police trying to arrest him for allegedly threatening to "slaughter Jews."
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv are among the top three cities in the region to visit, according to a recent poll taken by the New York-based magazine Travel + Leisure.
Budget German airline Germanwings will launch a new route connecting its hub in Cologne, Germany with Tel Aviv, Israel. The twice-weekly non stop service to commence on March 30.
In the eyes of Israelis, Tel Aviv may be a liberal and gay-friendly city, but a new survey of gays from abroad found Tel Aviv unsafe, intolerant and too religious.
The first-ever study into gay travel to the Middle East will be unveiled at World Travel Market 2009.
A Tel Aviv city map that was distributed throughout Europe in recent weeks in a bid to promote gay tourism to the city contains lewd adverts for sex shops and sauna bars.
Walking through the massive stone entrance of what two centuries ago was a gateway for pilgrims to a hostel in the historic port-town of Jaffa - not far from Tel Aviv - is a magical, eclectic artistic