"Tourist Guide", the leading and most important weekly for the Israeli tourist industry.
The weekly "Tourist Guide" is considered the leading tourism journal in Israel, it has been published for over eight years and is aimed mainly at the professional tourist market, decision-makers and regular business travelers abroad. Tourist Guide is placed weekly on the desks of all the leading Israeli tourist agencies, flight representatives, hotel managers and major attraction operators. The weekly, the only one of it's kind in Israel, brings to it's readers the most up to date tourist information regarding incoming, outgoing and internal tourism. Only in tourist guide can be found what is really happening within the Israeli tourism industry, along with brief resumes of events occurring abroad. The journal offers weekly information regarding new tourist sites throughout the world, special deals for trips abroad and much more additional information. Over the last eight years of its' existence, the Tourist Guide has supplied dozens of scoops which have been quoted by the larger media channels. Behind the weekly Tourist Guide stand professionals in both the fields of tourism and journalism headed by editor Ilan Schori who possesses a wealth of journalistic experience and acted as a senior writer for the most important Israeli newspaper "Haaretz" for over 20 years. In addition to the weekly journal, Tourist Guide also runs a site on the internet, http://www.touristguide.co.il which in the near future stands to provide the revolutionary service of weekly news For the past year Tourist Guide, the tourism weekly, has also operated a separate website devoted to those researching the history of Tel Aviv. The website, http://www.mytelaviv.co.il, contains documents, minutes and pictures from the early days of Tel Aviv, a researchers forum and a list of books about the early years of Tel Aviv and the Land of Israel. The site is managed by Ilan Shchori, editor of Tourist Guide weekly, who is currently completing his studies towards a doctoral degree in the history of the city of Tel Aviv during the British Mandate