Gilgal - Point of Unity

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7 Nes Ziona St., Tel Aviv, 63904, Israel
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Forum Posts

Rail from el Aviv to Tiberias

by markyunder

Is there rail or service from Ben Gurion to Tiberias? I will be arriving at 6:00 PM. Thank you.

Re: Rail from el Aviv to Tiberias

by leics

Here's the Israeli railway website in English;

http://www.rail.co.il/en/pages/homepage.aspx

There is no train to Tiberias.

You can get a bus, I think, changing at Jerusalem (or perhaps Haifa?). Have a look at

http://www.egged.co.il/Eng/

Might be better to stay the night in Tel Aviv and travel onwards the next day.

Re: Rail from el Aviv to Tiberias

by iblatt

Hello,

There is no rail service to Tiberias, but there are frequent Egged buses from Tel-Aviv to Tiberias.

Take the train from the airport to the Tel-Aviv Central (Savidor) Railway Station. This station is on Arlozoroff Street.

Then walk 5 min to the the corner of Arlozoroff and Namir Road. There are many bus stops there, look for the one to Tiberias: Egged bus line 835 or 841.

The train journey from the airport to Tel-Aviv takes 20 min.
The bus trip from Tel-Aviv to Tiberias takes 2.5 hours.

Here is the link for the Egged bus trip planner:

http://mslworld.egged.co.il/EggedTimeTable/WebForms/wfrmMain.aspx?width=1024&language=en&company=1&state=2#

Have a good trip,
Ilan

Re: Rail from el Aviv to Tiberias

by ramot418

It makes more sense to do the following:

-Take the train to Tel Aviv's "Hagana" station.
-Walk over to the Central Bus station (about 5 minutes).
-Take the bus to Tiberias from there (the beginning of the route). Easier, more comfortable and guaranteed a seat.

The above is relevant only if you are arriving at 6pm on Sunday to Thursday. If you are arriving on a Friday or Saturday, things are anywhere from 'quite complicated' to 'near impossible'. :) Also what is your date of arrival?

Re: Rail from Tel Aviv to Tiberias

by iblatt

The main advantage of the Arlozoroff terminal compared with the Hagana terminal is that it's located in a more "pleasant" area of the city.
On the other hand it's not the bus terminus.
Either way should be fine, in my opiniion.

Ilan

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

If your in the neighbor, go kayaking.

by Grazina

To me Tel-Aviv is a place where the young and strong come to play at the Beach. The air may be 80 degree F, so the water also is 80 degree F. Nice for swimming, and boating as will as kayaking. I already had a tan so I didn't lay out on the beach. The stroll down the Beach one evening and thinking, I'm here in the Land of the Bible, and gathering all this in my thoughts. So nice.

Food

by traveloturc

Ottoman and arab influence is intense on the Israel Food that s why has great food. Most people are probably familiar with falafel -- fried ground chick peas served with salad in pita. Meat eaters will love shwarma, lamb sliced off a spit and served in pita (similar to Doner). Lots of other Mediterranean specialties like shishlik (shish kebab), baklava (sweetmeat made of dough, honey, and nuts) and moussaka (baked eggplant, minced meat, onion and parsley) will stimulate your taste buds.
The water in Israel is safe to drink; nevertheless, it is different from what you are used to and people with sensitive stomachs may want to stick to bottled water. Also, Israelis don't usually put ice in their drinks, so if you want some, ask for kerakh.
Keep in mind that not everything in Israel is kosher. Restaurants that are kosher serve either dairy or meat and close on Shabbat. The restaurant should have a Teudat certificate either in the window or available for inspection. Unless the menu or check says otherwise, tips are not included.

"Harold's Outdoor Unplugged Hoot"

by Jackiekg

Whilst the Tel Aviv Folk Club takes a summer break - there is an open invite to "Harold's Outdoor Unplugged Hoot"
Wednesday July 16
Wednesday August 6** & 20
Time: 20:00
Location: Park in Ramat Aviv Gimel opposite 5 Kashani Street.
Buses: 13 and 27 - get off at Shuster Center
Details: Harold - 055 66 00 84
Bring musical instruments, food & booze, chairs & blankets and NIS5 for security.
Free - all welcome!!!
**This is the eve of the Fast of Tisha B'Av - a day of mourning in the Jewish calendar. It is the anniversary of the destruction of the 1st and 2nd temples in Jerusalem. Therefore it will be an eve of solomn music.

Watch the Dizengoff Street Purim Parade

by Trillian2005

Everybody is dressed up as someone/something else and openly displays their weird side ;-) Have fun, sing, dance, be merry. Purim is similar to Carnival or Halloween, but has, of course, a different background. For more details read the story of Purim that can be found anywhere on the Internet.

Every year in February or March (variable).

Must see: The Blue Boy

Packing List

by Sharon

Basically what ever you need you can buy in Tel Aviv.
But in Summer time, dont bother to take any long clothes as its very very hot here.
Winters here are cold but not as in Europe thats for sure (and thx god for that). You're in big City... you've giot everything here.
But if you need some special medicins then better take care of that before your arrival ir check with your doctore about useing an abroad's prescription in other countries.
Also check in the Israeli health ministry web site. Basically i guess you can buy everything here though if you use very specail equipment then better have spare with you.

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Address: 7 Nes Ziona St., Tel Aviv, 63904, Israel