Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

132 Menachem Begin Tunnel, Tel Aviv, 63453, Israel
Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center
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Forum Posts

Transport Ben Gurion Airport - Holon

by Sarigatu

I will be arriving in Tel Aviv in a couple of days and I just found out that the person who was suppose to meet me at the airport has other plans so I have to arrive at the house by my own. I am arriving at 3.15 in the morning and I was wondering if there are busses at this hour? If there arent, what time do they start circulating and which is the bus that can take me to Holon (Vatikim)from the airport. I should arrive at Amal street or maybe Eilat street which I understood is near by. How much is the ticket and is it allowed to pay in other currency then shekel? If there is no bus that can take me to the destination, what other options do I have other than taxi? If I have to consider taking a taxi,which is a secure company that will not rip mi off and how much would it cost approximatly?
I have many questions, and I need a fast answer just to get rid of the panic attack.
Tanx in advance. Any info regarding any of the questions will be appreciated and helpful.

Re: Transport Ben Gurion Airport - Holon

by Oreet

The only option you have (any time of the day or night) from the airport to Holon is to take a taxi. Taxi fares are set by the gov't and the nightime fare to Holon is 119 NIS, there will be a small extra charge for luggage - so figure about $35.

When you exit the terminal look for the dispatcher and the official taxi stand. That is the only "right" place to get a cab at the airport - you will be sure of a reliable, knowledgeable driver who will get you directly to where you have to go and you will be safe.

Re: Transport Ben Gurion Airport - Holon

by rdglady

Sara--Oreet already gave you a great accurate answer. ( as are all of her responses) As I read your question I could feel your panic.( before getting to the end where you mentioned it) Please, please, please take a deep breath and relax. (otherwise you'll be a wreck from now until you arrive at the house) Hundreds of thousands of people arrive at the airport and use taxis to get to their destinations. Taxi companies--not only the one who serves the airport are secure. You should be paying in shekels BUT there are places at the airport (even at that hour) where you will be able to convert cash or use an ATM card to obtain shekels. You will be surprised that 3:15AM and the airport is up and running like mid day!

Post back if you have any other concerns and hopefully we can ease your mind.

Re: Transport Ben Gurion Airport - Holon

by JohnieTraveler

Bus is not option, and dont waste your time about it. Taxi from B.Gurion to the Dizzengoff street or Israeli Center approximatly 140 Shekels and it is the only one option if nobody waits for you on airport.


Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo


by traveloturc

One of the first things you'll notice when you arrive in Israel is the number of people carrying guns. It can be disconcerting. Soldiers carry them on the streets, in cars and on buses. Soldiers are required to keep their weapons with them, and since so many Israelis are on duty, it is common to stand next to someone on the bus with an Uzi hanging around their neck. You'll quickly get used to it .
If any israel soldier looses his gun for any reason the result is 7 years of prison ...
I am coming from a country which can understand this reality but it can be difficult to digest for other countries

Bauhaus Architecture

by RhineRoll

Tel Aviv has many fine examples of houses being built in the 1930ies-1940ies "Bauhaus" or international style. Especially houses with these slender rounded corners and bands of balconies look really wonderful in their simple, clear-cut aesthetics. There are more than 4,000 such buildings in Tel Aviv. Of course, not all of them are preserved and maintained to their original state, but it is just as interesting to see how the people living both with and within this architecture have left their marks on it. Many buildings could be in better repair and really use some new paint but there are also many properties being renovated and upgraded. Tel Aviv was declared a UNESCO heritage site because of this amazing architectural wealth.

For more information, this might be a useful site:

Taxi Service

by Bregman

If you need a taxi you can call one of the following:

Ikhilov - Tel: 695-8181
Beit Ha-Chayal - Tel: 546-1010, 546-1012
Balfour - Tel: 560-4545
Gordon - Tel: 527-2999
Ha-Bima - Tel: 528-3131
Ha-Meshuchrar - Tel: 566-1818
Ha-Zafon - Tel: 602-0404
Ha-Rakevet - Tel: 695-4254
Chen - Tel: 528-8181
Masarik - Tel: 696-0426
Nordau - Tel: 546-6222
New York - Tel: 523-7722
Azrielli - Tel: 608-1333
Kastel - Tel: 699-3322
Shavit - Tel: 571-6111
Shekem - Tel: 527-0404

Old And New

by Sharon

Tel Aviv and Jaffa are Kind of two cities that belong to same Authority. Both has long history and you can still see all those remians till this days in many parts of TA and Jaffa.
In the pic's you can see the Area by the Dolphinarium which is quite close to old Jaffa (or Yaffo as we call it). This area has buin changed over the Years and now you can see many new hotels but still one old Masque stands there in between .. What a contrass.. old and new...2 different cultures... always so close and so far...

Independence Day 2004

by Jackiekg

This photo was taken in Rabin Square in Tel Aviv on the eve of our Indepence Day (26.4). It shows part of a fireworks display and people watching it. We were celebrating 56 years since Israel was declared a state.


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