Most of the fun attractions in Eilat are right near the hotels and popular beaches.
Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park (also known as Park HaYarkon) is an almost 1000-acre expanse of lawns, gardens, sports facilities, concert venues and lakes.
From the moment you see the Jewish Museum in Berlin, you know you're about to have a unique experience.
The Portuguese Synagogue is a stunning testament to the Jewish culture of Amsterdam.
Twenty-seven American tourists have become the first such group to tour Israel outfitted with high-tech equipment including Google Glass.
Luckily, there is a wide range of options for shabbos-conscious vacationers that find themselves in Vegas on a Friday.
In the past 10 years there has been an influx of quality nail and beauty salons opening up in Tel Aviv.
As the US city with the second largest concentration of Jews, the megalopolis of greater Los Angeles boasts a number of historically Jewish neighborhoods.
Tel Aviv is no less than a world-renowned architectural gem, one that architecture students worldwide dream of visiting.
Chicago is a diverse and colorful city, painted and characterized by the immigrants who made it what it is today.