Discover the Adriatic delights, and rich Jewish sites, of Trieste, in Northern Italy.
- The Jewish TravelerElegant and Cosmopolitan Trieste, Italy
Discover the Adriatic delights, and rich Jewish sites, of Trieste, in Northern Italy.The Jewish TravelerContemporary Vienna Is a Diverse Jewish Mosaic
Vienna is a multinational city of 1.9 million residents and a focal point for German-speaking culture and international diplomacy.
Vienna is a multinational city of 1.9 million residents and a focal point for German-speaking culture and international diplomacy.Destination Israel
Despite Covid restrictions, the demand for travel to Israel is there. Now, signs of optimism can be found in hotel openings and group bookings.
Despite Covid restrictions, the demand for travel to Israel is there. Now, signs of optimism can be found in hotel openings and group bookings.The Jewish TravelerForget Passports. Do You Have Wi-Fi?
Virtual travel remains welcome escapism for grounded tourists.
Virtual travel remains welcome escapism for grounded tourists.The Jewish Traveler: Santa FeRinged by mountains, Santa Fe is indeed “the city different,” as it has billed itself for nearly a century. This 400-year-old city is the oldestThe Jewish Traveler: Los AngelesCalifornia is a place where people come to reinvent themselves, and that is especially true of Los Angeles, a sprawling city of dreams. That sameThe Jewish Traveler: BarcelonaThe serene Mediterranean coastline nestles Barcelona on one side while round green mountains frame the other. The city of 1.5 million—capital of the independent SpanishThe Jewish Traveler: CyprusCyprus, the birthplace of Greek goddess Aphrodite, calls to everyone in search of love. Wine and romance are entwined on this Mediterranean island, the oldestThe Jewish Traveler: BostonBoston is a town where Jewish life is found in charming cobblestoned neighborhoods and down historic colonial streets. Where on a Friday night, if youThe Jewish Traveler: RomeWhen Sandra Moreschi opened the Saray Judaica shop in the Ghetto of Rome in 1992, the guidebooks hardly mentioned the old neighborhood. Now it isThe Jewish Traveler: Zikhron Ya’akovThe welcome sign to Zikhron Ya’akov is on an oversize barrel of wine—a reminder of the town’s beginnings and a hint of good things toThe Jewish Traveler: BelgradeTourists to Serbia’s White City will encounter vibrant nightlife, a reemergent cultural scene and the unmistakable sense of walking through modern history. Scattered throughout downtown Belgrade