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Why Tel Aviv is a city you must visit in your lifetime

Architectural Digest, Conde Nast and other major pubs can't stop raving about the Mediterranean seaside metropolis.

Students invent portable robot chauffeur

The foldable machine can be taken anywhere and, with just five minutes of installation, can drive any car.

A Texas city just replaced its entire bus system with a rideshare service

Via, a startup founded in Israel, joined forces with the city of Arlington, Texas, to provide commuters with inexpensive on-demand rides.

Could gas-powered planes be a thing of the past?

Transition to new aircraft could significantly reduce air pollution.

Want to discover your true self? Live abroad

New research finds that it can help you make better career decisions.

Why you should visit a surf town even if you don’t surf

I accidentally ended up at surf towns for months before realizing I should be going on purpose.

Look inside a 12th-century prison transformed into a magnificent hotel

We're pretty sure the inmates never had access to a spa and an infinity pool.

7 NFL players travel to Israel for trip of a lifetime

About a week after the Super Bowl, a group of top NFL players has begun a whirlwind 6-day tour of the Mediterranean country.

17 photos that capture the glory of the red anemone

These bright flowers blanket the northern part of the Negev desert during the Red South festival every February.

Travel tips from modern-day cave-dwelling nomads

Learn how to get around, meet locals and NOT get your head beat in with a baseball bat.

A musician caught between two worlds

Israeli singer Gal Tamir's journeys took him through the Brazilian jungle before landing him in Lisbon.

Looking for a bicycling vacation?

With rides taking place throughout the year, this Mediterranean country is gearing up for more tourists.

Crimson Tide rolls worldwide

The University of Alabama is No. 1 at this fan store in the heart of Jerusalem.

Travel + Leisure names Tel Aviv one of the best places to visit in 2018

The Mediterranean city is feted for its food, fashion and festive activities.

This blind and deaf backpacker is traveling the world

Tony Giles journeyed from the U.S. to Zambia to Israel. Alone.