The amount of Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount went up by 92 percent since 2009, recently released police statistics show.
As the US city with the second largest concentration of Jews, the megalopolis of greater Los Angeles boasts a number of historically Jewish neighborhoods.
Jews can trace their history in Prague all the way back to 970 CE.
Ten Jewish women from Havana, Cuba, arrived in Israel on Tuesday as part of what organizers called an unprecedented nine-day visit.
Students from outside of Israel who visit Israel on identity programs such as Birthright and Masa can now extend their time in Israel by up to six months.
London’s Heathrow Airport are considering implementing more stringent security protocols similar to those employed at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport.
Magen David Square is perhaps the most interesting square in Tel Aviv.
The New Synagogue in Berlin connects the past with the present. The synagogue, opened in 1866, was built to serve the growing Jewish population in Berlin.
Tourism in Israel in the past year has made a reported comeback from a downward spiral during and shortly after Operation Protective Edge last Summer.
Twenty-seven American tourists have become the first such group to tour Israel outfitted with high-tech equipment including Google Glass.