Beyond Petra: 5 Dramatic Desert Treasures of Jordan

April 12, 2017 - Sin comentarios

HildaWeges Photography Israel’s neighbour Jordan is home to some the most fascinating excursions from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. Top of the list for many, of course, is Petra, the jawdropping, 2nd-century city hewn out of living rock, and nearby Wad...Leer más

5 of the World’s Best Hotel Art Collections

August 18, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photo | Bob Dass Corporate art collections have been with us for generations, but in recent years, an increasing number of hotels – both indies and entire chains – have been focussing on art as both a guest perk and a point of prestige (and so...Leer más

Conquering Legendary Masada, Israel

July 12, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photo:  Itamar Grinberg/Israeli Ministry of Tourism Israel is truly a land of exceptional sights – and sites – from top to bottom. But roughly two hours south of Jerusalem, one of its most evocative (and popular) high points, so to speak, lo...Leer más

Petra, the Jaw-Dropping Jewel of Jordan

June 10, 2016 - Sin comentarios

Big news in the archaeology world this week, and it has to do with this legendary site tucked into the sandstone canyons of a valley running from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba – one of those places, in fact, you could almost believe was inv...Leer más

Next Year in Jerusalem?

December 14, 2015 - Sin comentarios

Legendary Jerusalem! The ancient city holy to Christians, Jews and Muslims alike is also an irresistible magnet for history, archaeology, and culture vultures the world over. Furthermore, it’s a fascinating and highly photogenic mix of ancient...Leer más

Win a Free Trip for Our 30th Anniversary in Israel

October 24, 2013 - Sin comentarios

  Win a free trip for two from Tel Aviv to Madrid (or vice versa) to celebrate our 30th anniversary flying to the Holy Land! Here's what you have to do: (more…)...Leer más

Last Tango in Buenos Aires? Not By a Long Shot

October 7, 2013 - Sin comentarios

It's a trail that will lead us from La Boca into the labyrinth of Buenos Aires’ San Telmo neighbourhood. We’ll discover the milongas where the genius of Buenos Aires flourishes, in the magic of Palermo, the memories of El Abasto, and the thro...Leer más

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