The popular Internet travel site TripAdvisor has ranked Jerusalem fourth on its list of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Awards for Destinations on the Rise.
An estimated 2 million Christian tourists are expected to visit Bethlehem by the end of 2013.
More than 17,000 Jewish young adults will participate in the Birthright Israel free 10-day tours in the upcoming season.
Famous, rich and powerful people want to pray, too. Scroll through to see a few of the places where they do just that.
Henri Bendel is kicking off its holiday season with a distinctly Jewish flair.
In this busy city, you can enjoy some of the best dining and dancing in the world while keeping things kosher.
The Lower East Side is now filled with lots of hipsters, restaurants and bars. But some young people don’t know it is also filled with Jewish history.
The Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam brings to life the history books.
Tel Aviv is home to a thriving art scene and lively nightlife options, but it is the boutique hotels that can make your stay truly memorable.
Siebenberg House is exactly that—a house. But it is what lies below the private residence that is attracting so much attention.