Israel has a deep history as a sacred region for the Abrahamic religions. It’s home to the Holy Lands, including Nazareth, Bethlehem, Galilee and Jerusalem, one of the oldest cities on earth. With its close proximity to Egypt and Jordan, it’s easy to combine a holiday there with a visit to the iconic Pyramids of Giza and the Rose City of Petra too.
Jerusalem’s confluence of culture gives rise to extraordinary flavours. Try this delicious recipe for Roasted Aubergine with Walnut Salsa from the inspirational Yotam Ottolenghi. I have always been intrigued by the flavours that Yotam Ottolenghi uses in his cooking. The … Continue reading
You plan your trip, select your dates and make your booking – but then the flight brings you into town a day ahead of the group. You could always hole up in the hotel sipping cocktails – but we think you’re … Continue reading
A view of Jerusalem Jerusalem is of huge importance to the Abrahamic religions, and is considered one of the holiest cities in the world. But even if you aren’t religious, there’s an old-world charm and a cultural history guaranteed to … Continue reading
I found Tel Aviv to be remarkably cosmopolitan and oddly familiar. Are you heading to Tel Aviv? Start with a good restaurant by the sea and enjoy an intoxicating sunset over the Med; then see a play or musical performance … Continue reading