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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Travel

The historic King David Hotel in Jerusalem, where, according to travel expert Mark Feldman, Jews tourists are routinely charged more than Christian ones.Dan Hotels Charging Jewish Guests More, Say Travel Agents

Haaretz obtained the “2012-2013 Wholesale Rates” released by the Dan Hotels Corporation, and discovered that listed were two distinct offerings for Christian and Jewish tourists groups staying at the Jerusalem Dan Hotel. Christian tourist groups are being offered “Pilgrim Rates,” whereas all other groups are being asked to pay general “Group Rates”. 

These differing rates translate into a $26 price differential between Jewish and Christian individual tourists booked on the “half-board” plan (just two meals, breakfast and dinner) during “low season” stays. While dinner would cost a Jewish tourist $32 for dinner under the said plan, a Christian eligible for an equivalent group discount

Tel Aviv was voted as one of the "Top 10 City Beaches in the World" in a recent survey appearing on Yahoo! Travel and Smartertravel.com. The survey describes Tel Aviv's Gordon-Frishman Beach as "one of the hippest places to be seen," compared to South Beach in Miami and Bondi Beach in Sydney.
The Western Wall (Kotel Hama’aravi).iTravelJerusalem.com, a new easy-to-use website offering travel deals, events and information highlighting tourism to Jerusalem, launched last week.

Initiated by the Jerusalem Development Authority, the new website employs Google Street views and HD videos to provide travelers with a virtual tour of Jerusalem’s collection of historical holy sites and modern attractions. The website, available in English and Hebrew, offers travelers discounts on reservations at restaurants and hotels in Jerusalem

Sorek CaveCool off this summer in some of Israel’s thousands of caves. We’ve picked a few of the ones most accessible to the public.

It’s nearly impossible to count Israel’s caves because new ones are discovered every day, says Prof. Amos Frumkin, director of the Cave Research Unit at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s geography department.

“Right now we have about 1,200 registered caves in our database, but I can estimate roughly that there are many thousands,” he says.

Most of the caves are formed by

The Israel Ministry of Tourism made its premiere appearance at the annual gathering of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in Louisiana on Monday. 

In New Orleans, the Ministry hosted a special “Celebrate Israel” breakfast for the attendees of the SBC (from 7am to 9am at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside – 2 Poydras Street), followed by a special ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10am at the Israel booth (#370) at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. 

The “Celebrate Israel” breakfast began with a