Isrotel Tower Tel Aviv Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

78 Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 63432, IL
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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  • Couples80
  • Solo80
  • Business82

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Forum Posts

Bus fares in Israel

by artfuchs

Do bus drivers in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem provide change if you do not have the exact fare?
What about sheroot drivers? Also do taxi drivers in Israel accept credit cards?

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by gilabrand

No need for exact change. No credit card payment in taxis.

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by Oreet

Bus drivers, taxi drivers and sherut drivers all over Israel - both inter city buses and intra-city buses provide change - you do not need to have exact change.

Taxis do not accept credit cards (with very few exceptions) - you need to have cash, best if you have NIS on hand.

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by rdglady

While I can see a taxi driver maybe and I mean maybe taking foreign currency, I do not see a sherut or bus driver doing so. Maybe the sherut at the airport--other than that--shekels are needed.

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by ramot418

As mentioned, no exact change is needed for any mode of transportation - all give change. Use shekels only. Almost no one will accept foreign currency or credit cards. The only exception *may* be the ticket offices at the main bus stations which may accept credit cards. FWIW, I have bought tickets at the Jerusalem Central Bus Station (to Eilat) and paid for them with a credit card. I don't know if you can pay for *all* tickets with a credit card.

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by Oreet

You can use a credit card when you buy tickets at the cashier at the central bus station, but not on the bus itself. That would work only for an inter-city route or if you buy multi-ride tickets called Kartisiyot. Probably not worth the surcharges, etc. that the credit card company will charge.

As rdglady mentioned - the taxis at the airport will take foreign currency, and you may find others who do as well, but you will get an extremely unfavorable exchange rate - you're better off getting shekalim.

Re: Bus fares in Israel

by rob8back

For a manageable time i'd prefer to ride on a taxi to avoid conflicts on a fare.

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Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel Aviv in General

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Tel Aviv is the second-largest city in Israel after Jerusalem. In Hebrew its name means "Spring Mound".

Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa.
Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel.

You can watch my 1 min 35 sec HD Video Tel Aviv Evening Walk out of my Youtube channel.

You can watch my high resolution photo of Tel Aviv-Jaffa on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 32° 5' 25.44" N 34° 46' 7.18" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Tel Aviv’s Beachfront 3,
or photo of Tel Aviv-Jaffa on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 32° 5' 19.00" N 34° 46' 13.05" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Hilton Hotel.

Internet shops in Tel Aviv

by mariaschmidt

There are a couple of Internet Cafes on Ben Yehuda street one is I think on Bugrashov corner and another on near Frishman corner - you can check in my website http://www.telaviv4fun.com/tips.html for the exact address

Head for the beach

by leffe3

The centre of life in Tel Aviv is, without question, the beach. From March-November, Friday & Saturday is full of people sunning themselves or simply gathering as family units, picnicing. Summer evenings and throughout the night are also busy. Early morning throughout the year you will see hardy souls braving the waves or simply being too healthy (in my opinion!) for their own good, jogging down the beach. And sunsets bring out the romantics (and others of course:))

Tel Aviv architecture

by Nathalie_B

This residential building is situated on the promenade. In my opinion it is the most remarkable construction in this area of the city. If you walk on Tayelet toward Old Jaffa you can see it on your left side, once you passed the opera house

Independence Day - Israel is 56!

by Jackiekg

This photo was taken in Rabin Square, Tel Aviv, which was packed on the eve of Independence Day. As you can see, the guy has an Israeli flag drapped around him. A large stage was put up on the square and there was great entertainment and fireworks. From here I walked to Golda Centre, where the new Opera is now housed, and there there was community singing - it was packed and I would say there were a couple of thousand people there at least, having a great time. A couple of minutes away was Israeli folk dancing and line dancing , which I joined in for a while. About 1.30am I left there but know it went on until 3.30am.

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