Travel


Bus Crash, transport, Israel, Jerusalem
Jerusalem: Bus Veers into Wadi near the Biblical Zoo

An empty bus veered off its route and into a wadi on Aharon Shulov Street, near the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem. The 50-year-old driver sustained minor injuries and was treated on-site by Magen David Adom (MDA) emergency medical teams.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 15.07.24

Travel, European countries, Summer holiday

Top 5 amazing summer destinations with almost no tourists

Europe's summer rush has reached a frenzy, with some destinations actively discouraging tourists while others face overwhelming crowds prompting entrance fees. Here are some top holiday spots without all the chaos.

Eliana Fleming | 11.07.24

Travel, Israel, Prime Minister US visit

Issues with Netanyahu's Flight Arrangements on "Kanaf Zion"

Criticism is mounting in the Prime Minister's Office over the aerospace industry's failure to properly prepare for Netanyahu's flight to the United States. 

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 10.07.24

Travel, health warnings, mosquitos, disease

Travel experts issue warning ahead of European travel

Travel experts are warning tourists about the spread of diseases that were once only found in tropical regions but have now made their way to popular vacation spots in Europe like Spain, Greece, and Italy, channel 12 reports.

Eliana Fleming | 08.07.24

Data poll, traffic accidents, Israel deaths

'Worst seen in 20 years' - Israel's high level of road deaths cause concern

A significant increase in fatalities from traffic accidents since the start of the year has claimed the lives of 221 Israelis in 2024—marking the highest toll for this period in over a decade.

Eliana Fleming | 08.07.24

Music, Concerts, Adele, Coldplay, Munich 

Hello... it's me: Adele returns to Europe for Summer 2024 Concerts

Just how much does a package including flights, accommodation, and tickets cost?

Gila Isaacson | 08.07.24

Travel, Bus transportation, Religious Haredim

The new 500 Million Shekel Bus Terminal in Jerusalem

Yesterday the 'Arazim' bus terminal in northern Jerusalem opened, aimed primarily at serving ultra-Orthodox communities while potentially benefiting secular residents by reducing travel distances.

Eliana Fleming | 04.07.24

Vacation hotspots

You won't believe Israelis new vacation hotspot - and only 500km from Iran!

Since the beginning of the war, an unexpected trend has emerged - Israelis are flying en masse to this intriguing destination.  

Avi Nachmani | 27.06.24

Travel, Tourism

Globes: Israeli flyers avoiding Turkey, Spain, and France

In addition to price, the sense that these countries have become more hostile places for Jews has an influence on Israeli travel plans.

Avi Woolf | 18.06.24

Travel, Ben Gurion

Terminal 1 at Ben Gurion airport has reopened

Terminal 1, known for its low cost flights and budget airlines has opened earlier this month in an attempt to boost tourism after the hit the war had on the travel industry to Israel.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 18.06.24

Travel, United States

Kann: Flights to US expected to go down with the return of Delta and United Airlines

With the return of Delta and United to Israel with daily flights to and from the United States, prices are expected to go down by hundreds of dollars, according to Kann News.

Avi Woolf | 07.06.24

Israel-Gaza War, Travel

Globes: Israel's cheaper Terminal 1 to reopen, allowing cheaper airlines to return

After being closed down at the start of the war, Ben Gurion Airport's Terminal 1 is coming back online on June 2, allowing for more and cheaper flights to more destinations.

Avi Woolf | 20.05.24

Transportation, Electric Vehicles

Egged CEO: "97% of residents prefer electric buses"

Egged CEO Gilad Riklin said that Israelis "want all city buses to be electric by 2035" at the Globes Infrastructures Conference.

Avi Woolf | 20.03.24

Travel

Transportation Ministry announces reopening of Terminal 1 for low-cost flights to and from Israel

The decision comes due to increased demand for travel and the need for more space for airlines.

Avi Woolf | 19.03.24