"Shabbat Shalom Europe! Come join us for a Shabbat Dinner". That's the message from Tel Aviv, the host of this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Bahrain, famous for Formula 1, was once the centre of the global pearling industry. Bahrainis have been pearl diving for thousands of years. You can too.
With the Eurovision limelight on Israel's buzziest city, perhaps now is the time to visit Tel Aviv.
Dan Accadia is literally steps away from Herzliya beach and has enough trimmings that a stay here works for families, couples and business travellers.
Cruise through the azure waters of Turkey’s coastline on a gulet, a luxurious wooden sailing vessel, and experience the height of luxury.
Şanliurfa, the City of Prophets with its delicious cuisine, traditional life and music culture, and the history of at least 12 thousand years.
The 64th Eurovision Song Contest, will be held in Israel's beachfront city of Tel Aviv next year, with the grand finale event to be held on May 18.
Nobu Hospitality, co-founded by Hollywood actor Robert de Niro, is due to open Nobu Hotel Tel Aviv next year. It will be the 17th hotel in the brand’s expanding portfolio.
King David is the new Tower of David Museum night time experience in which the ancient citadel that guards Jerusalem’s Old City will be illuminated at night with 250,000 lumens and 35 million pixels as the story of King David is projected onto the walls.
The Tower of David, Museum of the History of Jerusalem, is a modern and innovative museum that offers a comprehensive introduction to Jerusalem’s fascinating and complex 3000-year history.