Ancient Handicrafts Flourish In Jerusalem’s Mystical Ein Kerem
Enchanting, historic village, filled with picturesque streets and alleyways, is the stuff of which legends are made.
When A German Refugee Accidentally Captured Mount Zion
Soak up the history at one of Jerusalem’s holiest sites: the final resting place of King David, Jesus’s mother Mary and later, a dramatic battle in the War of Independence
Figs, Olives, Almonds And More: Exploring Israel’s Biblical Foliage
An abandoned quarry gave rise to the Kommemiyut Forest, where visitors can see the breadth of Israeli flora and learn some historical lessons on the way.
The Kibbutz Outside Jerusalem Built Atop An Ancient Palace
Ramat Rachel’s Archaeological Gardens tell the story of the Roman legionnaires, Judean kings and Assyrian conquerors, and others who lived and built there.
Murals, Monuments, Orchards And Ancient Villages: Exploring Jerusalem’s Hidden Corners
Israel’s capital is renowned for its historical sites, but the city has much to offer travelers willing to go the extra mile.