The moment I kicked in the door of the abandoned house in the heart of the Catskills, I felt like I was in an episode of The Twilight Zone.
The Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam brings to life the history books.
In this busy city, you can enjoy some of the best dining and dancing in the world while keeping things kosher.
China’s Hainan Airlines began a direct Beijing – Tel Aviv route, joining Israeli airline El Al as the only two airlines operating an Israel - China route.
The Passover pilgrimage to Six Flags, which some years is open exclusively to visitors from the Orthodox Union’s National Conference of Synagogue Youth.
The US state department is reminding citizens that a travel advisory for Israel, the West Bank and Gaza is still in place.
Jerusalem might be the most famous city in the world. Revered by the major monotheistic religions, the city has attracted the attention of the devoted.
Israel and the European Union are widening their open skies agreement, in a bid to promote sharing of airspace over the Mediterranean Sea basin.
The amount of Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount went up by 92 percent since 2009, recently released police statistics show.
Famous, rich and powerful people want to pray, too. Scroll through to see a few of the places where they do just that.