Places in Israel
Haifa & The North Coast
The Israeli coast from Ashkelon to Rosh HaNikra is a long band of white sand backed up by a flat, fertile coastal plain interrupted by low coastal hills. Most of Israel's growing population is concentrated in this area, particularly in Tel Aviv, Netanya, Haifa and a host of sprouting new suburbs and communities.
People have been writing about Jerusalem for the better part of its 3000-year history, but still today your first glimpse inside the ancient walled city will leave you speechless. More than beautiful, however, Jerusalem is a spiritual centre, holy to the three great monotheistic faiths, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Tours and activities
Jerusalem from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport Private Arrival Transfer
Don't land in an unfamiliar city without knowing how you are getting to your hotel. Book your Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport Private Arrival Transfer today for an easy arrival into a complicated city...
Tips and articles
Hunting for hummus in Israel
Tubs of hummus – cooked, mashed chickpeas mixed with garlic, olive oil and lemon -- fill refrigerators all over the globe, but where can the best be found? One contender for the gold medal is Israel, where, despite po...
Hip Haifa, Israel’s third city
The Bahai temple and gardens in Haifa. Photograph by Anthony Pidgeon Israel’s third city, Haifa, a sun-splashed metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea, is rarely thought of as a tourist destination...
Cycling the Tel Aviv coast
The best way to explore the cosmopolitan Israeli city of Tel Aviv is by bicycle...
The Negev desert wine route
Like most Middle Eastern deserts, the Negev is usually associated with sand, rock and the odd camel...