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Netanyahu travels first leg of Jerusalem-Tel Aviv high speed train’s maiden voyage
The Yizhak Navon Station in Jerusalem (named after Israel’s first Sephardic president) is one of the five deepest train stations in the world, measuring 60 meters to 80 meters below street level.
Israel sees record number of tourists for first half of 2018
According to the Israeli Ministry of Tourism, from January to June 2018 about 2.1 million tourist entries were recorded—an increase of 19 percent over the same period in 2017 (1.74 million) and 26 percent more than in 2016.
Ben-Gurion International Airport to undergo $280 million in upgrades
Israel’s main airport, which fields 90 percent of entries to and exists from the country, is expected to experience congestion as it welcomes more than 25 million arrivals and departures in 2019.
On the Jewish state’s micro-state, an Israeli couple rules a beach for 65 years
Beauty, destruction and Jewish history: the many faces of Dresden
Archaeology haven of Caesarea seeks to emerge as ‘main tourism site in Israel’
Judy Lash Balint
From ‘greatest hits’ to ‘hidden treasures:’ 10 tempting trips for Passover in Israel
Home of Freud and…pita? Israelis make culinary mark in Vienna
For tourism in terror-stricken times, Israel projects normalcy
Jewish travel industry buoyant with Passover options
Arava tour reveals Israel’s pioneering work in desert agriculture
After 250 years at Touro Synagogue, Jewish history is alive and well in Newport, R.I.
Hong Kong synagogue scene a blend of tradition and travelers
Tel Aviv arts and crafts market makes for a fun and funky afternoon
Jewish Spain’s myriad attractions leave no time for a siesta