INSIDE Jewish Travel Directory November 2013
The city’s hip but gritty Florentine quarter is a must for foodies.
Sephardic and Ashkenazic traditions coexist in a shul with a white-sand floor.
Along the Swiss Riviera in Montreux, Lausanne and Caux.
Despite hard economic times and the cloud of anti-Semitism, the elegant city remains full of delights, Jewish and otherwise.
In Israel, the market for short-term rentals is booming, but there are pitfalls.