Yarden Beach Apartments

35 Yona Hanavi Street, PO Box 131, Tel Aviv, 12105, Israel
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Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by bgayle

Two of us are arriving 3:30PM on a Sunday in early December and want to know the available public transportation options to get to the Carlton Hotel. Train? Bus? Taxi? Many thanks for the help -- approximate costs? Bill

Re: Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by unaS

Which Carlton, in what city?

There is a train to Tel Aviv inside of the airport. I don't know Tel Aviv well enough to tell you which stop to get off.

For Jerusalem, Nesher sherut is best as per the answer to your other question.

Re: Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by bgayle

Carlton in Tel Aviv, sorry for the confusion. Thanks for the information on Jerusalem, Bill

Re: Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by unaS

The train from within the airport may be most economical, even if you then have to take a taxi to the hotel, or a city bus from the train station.

If you don't get an answer from someone familiar with Tel Aviv here, I would write to the hotel and ask them which train station is closest to the hotel and how to get from the train station to the hotel.

Re: Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by Jesperp

Carlton Hotel is at the seaside according to the web page http://www.emap.co.il/emap/default_eng.aspx lies

Re: Tel Aviv airport to Carlton Hotel

by iblatt


The train ride from the Ben Gurion Airport to the Savidor-Tel-Aviv-Merkaz railway station takes 20 min (shorter than a taxi ride!) and costs 13.50 NIS.
At the Tel-Aviv-Merkaz railway station you can take a taxi to the Carlton, the ride should take 5-7 min. If you are on a tight budget take the # 10 bus to Ben-Yehuda St (it leaves every 20 minutes), and walk from there to the Carlton.
Have a good journey,

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel Aviv-Yafo Tip

by bluefelt

My traveling group was dropped off right on the beach at this huge rave. It was 108 degrees, but we danced anyways. The music was so cool and everyone had a great time. The people in Israel liked seeing Americans...and this was before the recent events, of course.

The Old Jaffa's Historical Site

by Nathalie_B

This is the small museum located in the middle of Old Jaffa. It has a little archaeological site and some explainations about the history of Jaffa, that goes back to Greek mythology. Can't say that it is something very special but it is interesting.
Untill not so long ago admission used to be free but now it looks like this tip should be moved to the "Tourists Trap" section. Nowadays, for 10 minutes in the museum you'll have to pay 8 Shekels (about $2). Interesting information about Napoleon in Jaffa.

Yarkon Park

by Nathalie_B

Not that we're lacking nature in Tel Aviv, but the city grows rapidly and many green spots are being hidden behind the skyscrapers. Yarkon Park is found in Tel Aviv and running along its border with Ramat Gan. This park offers may different activities. You can walk (and it is a long distance), you can bike or rollerblade, lay on the grass, have BBQ party, or rent a little boat and to "sail" it in the Yarkon river, after which the park was named. Can't count how many times I've been there, I simply love this place.

Beer Festival

by Nathalie_B

Every year, usually in the middle of the month of August, Tel Aviv is becoming the city of beer.
Last Summer (14-17 August, 2003) this festival took place by the Beach area, close to the Old Jaffa in front of the Intercontinental Hotel.
There are two most known Israeli beers: "Goldstar" and "Maccabee" latter is being successfully exported to many countries. Goldstar is very close to the Heineken in its taste and it is a very popular beer among the locals.
So, since we don't have that many local beer brands others are participating in the festival as well. The most common imported beers that can be found in Israel are "Heineken", "Amstel", "Carlsberg" and "Corona" , but of course we have much more than this.
Along with the bars full of different kinds of beer, food and entertainment are provided at the place. Artists performances, dancing, games, lotteries, and even a small area for children to play while their parents are enjoying the beer.
It is usually very crowded but still remains the "don't miss activity" whatsoever.

Packing List

by Stefan

Take one extra hour for security checks at the airport into account.

Be aware that they may open and damage your electronic equipment by accident. So please check it immediately!

When you are also planning to visit the Arabic countries around you may consider not to get an Israeli immigration stamp into your passport. You can ask for a separate immigration sheet.


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Address: 35 Yona Hanavi Street, PO Box 131, Tel Aviv, 12105, Israel