I’m often asked to recommend things to do for tourists visiting Israel. One one hand, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel:
The Galilee covers most of the north of Israel.
Israel’s capital, a source of human fascination and a magnet for spirituality, ever since (and before) human beings started recording history.
Israel is much more diverse than the casual observer might expect. Around 73% of the population is Jewish, mostly of Mizrachi and Ashkenazi descent. Of these...
Known both affectionately and disparagingly, as the “State of Tel Aviv”, reflecting its unique character as the most progressive city in the Middle East, and...