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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Travel

There are close to 300 travel-related companies in the startup nation. We chose 10 that are red hot

Israelis love to travel. Whether it’s a post-army trek to South America or a family outing to the Alps, it sometimes seems there are more Israelis beyond the country’s borders than within. So it’s not surprising that travel technology from Israel is red hot right now – both websites and apps.

With close to 300 travel-related companies in the startup nation, it was hard for us to pick our top 10, but we did the heavy lifting and you get to sit back and go with the flow (of tourists) using these very cool products.

Tell us your favorite Israeli travel apps in the comments section below.

1. Gooster

Planning an itinerary by swiping

Finally, a communal place to eat and socialize with Jewish locals and tourists

Visitors to Denmark—the southernmost of the Nordic countries—have long been able to enjoy such attractions as the original Legoland Billund Resort (opened in 1968), the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde and the Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense. The capital city of Copenhagen offers equally famous sites, such as the Tivoli Gardens, the Rosenborg Castle Gardens, multiple palaces and the 104-year-old “Little

‘The Luxe List’ Executive Editor

(Continued from last week)

Petal Fresh Pure Coconut Body Butter & Body & Massage Oil (www.PetalFresh.com) - $7.70 each

You can live free, pure and simple while on the road with Petal Fresh Pure Body products. Petal Fresh is dedicated to bringing you quality solutions for healthier, more attractive hair and skin. With the gentlest and safest cleansing and conditioning agents, Petal Fresh Pure utilizes carefully selected, certified organic

The Tourism Ministry and Scandinavian carrier SAS announced last Thursday that SAS would resume flights to Israel later this year with direct service from Stockholm to Eilat for the winter season of 2017-2018. The airline discontinued flights to Israel in March 2016 citing “increasing costs and competition,” despite a steep increase in passenger traffic in 2015.

“I welcome SAS’s decision,” said Tourism Minister Yariv Levin. “We are indeed witnessing exceptional momentum, with airlines flying

(‘The Luxe List’ Executive Editor)

Ah, summer... vacation time, R&R, and a reprieve (however slight) from the regular responsibilities of daily life. Even so, summer can still be a hectic time of travel itineraries, socializing with family and friends and even treating yourself from time to time. So, any amount of help to enhance, ease, expedite and streamline our jet setting lives is a boon.  With this in mind, here are a few great solutions sure to help in one way or another.