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I visited the Portuguese castle called ‘Disneyland for adults,’ and it’s a magical, real-life fairy-tale setting you can’t mis...
Sintra, Portugal, a city outside of Lisbon, is home to palaces, villas, castles, and churches. The most stunning of those is the Pena National Palace.
I’ve visited more than 30 countries, and the best trick I’ve found to avoid crushing crowds is a free online tool
If you are taking a Caribbean or Mediterranean vacation, look up when and how many cruise ships will be in port before booking dates.
I found out the hard way that one of the best strategies to save money on flights can end up costing you big time, if you’re not careful
Buying multi-city flights through "hacker fares" online can save money, but if you aren't careful, it could ultimately cost you more.
I traveled the world for 6 months with only a carry-on suitcase, and there are 5 things I wouldn’t bother packing again
Though I brought just a carry-on suitcase and a backpack from my six-month trip around the world, I packed it with everything I thought I'd need for the trip. Now it's clear there were a few items I could've left behind.
A Palestinian-American billionaire built a $1.4 billion luxury city from scratch in the desert to be a ‘Marshall Plan’ for Palestine’...
Rawabi is the first planned city in the West Bank built by and for Palestinians. The $1.4 billion project is the brainchild of Bashar al-Masri, a Palestinian-American billionaire. Masri hopes the city can form the economic backbone of the nascent Palestinian state.
A walk through Israel’s poorest village made it very clear that one of the country’s biggest issues is one no one talks about
Israel's Arabs, who make up 21% of the population, suffer a litany of issues, from rampant crime and poverty to poor health. After visiting one of Israel's poorest towns, a coastal Arab village, I'm convinced that poverty among Israel's Arab minority might be the country's most pressing problem.
I traveled the world for 6 months, and here’s the single best piece of advice I can give you for any trip you take
My best travel advice? Spending all this time traveling has hammered home one truth for me: forget about FOMO (fear of missing out). If there's an attraction, landmark, or museum that doesn't interest you, don't be afraid to skip it.
As Business Insider's international correspondent, I use a ton of different apps to make travel as efficient and seamless as possible. But there's only one I would be truly lost without, no matter which country I visit.
I’ve been traveling the world for 6 months, and these are the best apps for each country I couldn’t live without
Knowing which apps are most used when visiting a country can make your trip more efficient and seamless. I decided it would be fun to reveal the homegrown apps I used in each country I visited.
Israel’s tech scene is red-hot and a top venture capitalist thinks it may be key to reducing tensions between Arabs and Jews in the country
Itzik Frid, a longtime Israeli entrepreneur and the CEO of a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups, thinks increasing Arab participation in tech could have huge benefits for Israeli society by getting Jews and Arabs to work together towards common goals.