Jerusalem Transportation

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  • 1. Bus or Taxi

    as major part of the Visitors to Jerusalem are the Various Christian Pilgrims around the world who day multi-day tours in Groups, the preferred transportation is the big tour buses and large private...

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  • 2. Sherut (mini van)

    I would like to thank you for dropping me off at the wrong hotel I kept telling the driver I was staying at the A Little House in the Bakah Hotel on 1 Yehuda St and he drop me off at the Little House...

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  • 3. Walking

    due to the small and irregular streets and uneven pavements along the Old City of Jerusalem and the small roads along the Mound of Olives area at the outside of the Old City. Walking around the...

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  • 4. The Plane

    Get to Israël by plane! Be prepared to a high security. People are going to ask you were you are gonna stay/were you stayed. Make sure you have prove of where you stayed when you get back home! By bus...

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  • 5. By Car

    Most my time in Israel was in Tel Aviv. From there we drove by car, so that we could do the trip fast and relaxed. We experienzed that this way of transportaion was good, as we 'got the feeling' of...

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  • 6. By Ship

    We did it by ship. We start in Cyprus at the harbour of Limassol and we arrived in Haïfa. But otherwise take the plane to the aerport of Ben Gurion The easiest means of transportation i is the...

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  • 7. how to go there

    By planeMost people fly into Ben Gurion airport which is actually near Tel Aviv. There are 2 terminals (T1 and T3) with a free shuttle going between...

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  • 8. how to move around

    We arrived in Jerusalem by bus. Getting out of the Central Bus Station (CBS) we got a bit confusing but checking the map we realized we were just at the edge of...

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  • 9. buses in East Jerusalem

    Buses from West Part of Jerusalem (which is mainly the modern jewish part of the city) don’t go further into East Jerusalem (which houses some jewish districts...

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  • 10. Jerusalem Light Rail

    If you are not on a package tour or a Christian Pilgrimage tour of Jerusalem and would like to explore areas of the city on a budget besides taking the public...

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  • 11. Trains to Jerusalem

    It is possible to go to Jerusalem by train from Tel Aviv (NOT from the airport though!)However the train is slow -about an hour and a half compared with one...

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  • 12. The tram or light railway

    Newly introduced and many years in the planning and delivery (security seen as a nightmare), the tram is a welcome method of transport, linking as it does...

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  • 13. Car

    can be a nightmare driving in the city so be careful - not really due to the way they drive, more just not knowing your way and one way streets etc.the arab...

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  • 14. Train

    Jerusalem's old central station is long gone. In its place is a modern, if eerily quiet, train station on the outskirts of town that has regular trains to Tel...

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  • 15. Train From Tel Aviv

    There is a train from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.You can find 2 lines - From Tel aviv to Malha mall in Jerusalem or from Tel aviv to the bibical zoo.A ticket will...

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  • 16. Finally by Train !

    Okay ..so thats sort of News here, As from April 7th 2005 (and after 7 years) there will be again trains from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem (through Bet Shemesh). Thats...

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  • 17. Jerusalem from Amman (and vice versa)

    Don't try and drive this, it could take you hours at the border.Get transport to the Jordan side of the bridge, got through Jordanian border control, take the...

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  • 18. Airport

    Jerusalem's main airport is Ben Gurion, about half-way between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. It takes about 40 minutes, and you can get there by bus, shared taxi or...

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  • 19. Around Jerusalem by bus

    The best way to explore Jerusalem is on foot. But I had an opportunity to go around the Old City by bus with the excursion. So I've taken several videos.You can...

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  • 20. Not quite ready...

    The train is a good option if you are travelling in the middle of the country or to parts of the north. The train stations in Jerusalem are located in out of...

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  • 21. History: the old train station

    This is history: the old train station of Jerusalem. It has been in use for more then a century, until 1998. The train station shows the name of Jerusalem in...

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  • 22. Getting to Bethlehem... the cheap way

    Getting to Bethlehem from Jerusalem on your own is not as hard as it sounds. You will first have to take a bus--less than $1--which leaves from the station just...

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  • 23. To Jerusalem from Jordan

    You can go from Amman or Madaba, it's about the same time, distance and cost.Taxi: Madaba - King Hussein Bridge (50 mins - 15JD)Taxi: King Hussein Bridge -...

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  • 24. City Tour

    Circular route around the city aboard an opened-top, double-decker bus. Explanations during the route in 8 languages in addition to Hebrew:Arabic, English,...

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  • 25. Ways to Jerusalem

    From the west:Highway 1: Latrun-Shaar Hagai-Shoresh-Motza-Ginot Sacharov-JerusalemHighway 386: Shimshon Junction-Nachshon Junction-Bet Shemesh-Ein KeremHighway...

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