Be`er Seheva Taxis are handy when you need to go to the outer parts of town. A journey from the station to the city limits will be about NIS 35.
The new Be`we Sheva center is just 2 blocks from the train station and the old town a bit further.
The University is served by buses and has its own train stop.
We took the train from Tel Aviv to Be`er Sheva. It was a smooth ride in an air conditioned carriage. The train has a stop at the Be`er Sheva university in the Northern edge of the city and thereafter enters the town following a half circle track to the end of the line at the Main Station Be`er Sheva Merkaz. Ticket prices were half what I pay for the same distance in the Netherlands.
well .... what can I say, I like so mach train travel so I am not objective ( - :
it's the most comfortable way to move in israel but !!! it's mach expensiv then bus and also not all israel are netted with railroad track . thos days there is 24 hour train between ben gurion airport and Nahariya , the train pass tel aviv.
price: air port - tel aviv = 12 NIS one way
air port - beer sheva = 25.5 NIS [ also tel aviv - beer sheva cost 25.5 NIS one way ]
Israel is small. you can cross the whole state in less then 9 hours, north to south.
Going a bit south of Tel Aviv is easy to do with car. Its only 90 min drive.
We made one stop on the way for all the coffee geek (me) and then we moved on.
Bus is also a possibility, same time, and it cost only 4$ one way.
Bus line info : www.egged.co.il
On line tickets as well
The main bus station, where Egged run the 31 bus to the IAF museum, is not the collection of bus stops you see just outside the station as you leave. Instead keep walking past these, and the bus station is hidden away behind some shops just after here.
There are regular trains to Beersheba from Tel Aviv that take about 1.5 hours. You can day trip it just about from Jerusalem, but the trip will be closer to 2.5 hours. The trains are cheap, clean, reasonably quick, and not crowded at all.
metrodan is local bus company wich work in beer sheva city.
there are private company so they are fine, the bus came and go
on time usually.
until not far the bus was belong to beer sheva municipality and it was
they bus go to all the part of beer sheva city.
one journey cost 3.70 NIS.
Egged is the first bus company wich start to operate in Israel.
most of they bus are new with air conditioner.
it's chip fast and safty.
tel aviv - beer sheva = 13.70 nis one way
beer sheva - eilat = 55 nis one way , lass if you buy round trip.
beer sheva - dead sea = 32 nis one way , lass if you buy round trip
This is the area around our home, as you can see BeerSheva is just 45 kilometers west of Arad and we are just 25 kilometers west of the Dead Sea...Masada, Mt. Sdom, Lahav Forest, Large Crater, Tel Arad, Ein Gedi and Mamshit are also close by.
There are 3 option to get to beersheba - car , train , bus.
Car - always the best option - the road is very easy to drive.
Bus - from Tel aviv you can take a 1.5 hours drive with Egged , line 370 from central station and it will cost you 15nis.
Train - You can use the train from tel aviv (merkaz station) it will take you 1.5 hours and it will cost you 25 nis for one direction
Since we went travelling for only 24 hours then I'll must lie and say that those 3 suitcases are not mine :)
As seen, The souther its got the brown it gets. It is also possible to see green, but most of the road is same as seen on photos