Israel Transportation

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Israel Transportation

  • Bus or Taxi

    Jerusalem Transportation

    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 vans that take the pilgrims around the biblical sites around Jerusalem, but since the Roads are Narrow in the Mount of Olives area and in the Old City,...

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  • To & From The Airport

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Transportation

    I have just been to Israel and rented a car from Shlomo Sixt. I was veery happy with the service that i got. SO if you want to rent car in Israel - I advice you to go for it! - http://www.shlomo.co.il/Car-Rental-Israel/

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  • Taxis

    Eilat Transportation

    On my second journey to Taba, my preceding bus was late meaning that I had missed the bus. I got a taxi instead from the bus station which cost 35 shekels - taking about 10 minutes to get to the border.

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  • Via Train

    Haifa Transportation

    I visited Rosh HaNikra and Akko on a daytrip from Haifa. In the morning I took the train from Haifa to Nahariya. It was 16 shekels and took 45 minutes. In Nahariya I went to the bus station, which is just next to the train station, and sat down to wait for the right bus. I had read there were not many buses a day to Rosh HaNikra, but I only had to...

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  • Sherut (mini van)

    Jerusalem Transportation

    A convenient and inexpensive way to get to Ben Gurion Airport from Jerusalem is to go by Nesher Taxi (nesher = eagle). This is a shared taxi (usually a van, with place for luggage) that you order by phone about half a day in advance. You tell the dispatcher when your flight is and he tells you what time to be ready for pick-up. The cost is 64...

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  • Busses Fares and Guides

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Transportation

    The Tel-Aviv bus scene has two major companies serving the city: DAN and EGGED. DAN has som 50+ routes in the city and EGGED about 80+.

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  • Flying to & from

    Eilat Transportation

    Eilat is Israel's southernmost city and a popular resort. It’s located at the northern tip of the Red Sea, on the Gulf of Eilat. If you follow to the South Region you’d better use Eilat or Uvda (Ovda) airports. But large wide-body aircrafts cannot operate from Eilat Airport because of its short runway. That’s why most international flights land...

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  • Via Busses

    Haifa Transportation

    you arrived directly by boat from athens-rhodes-limassol;but the boat is now not available, because of the frequent wars, the boat line is cancelled if you arrive by plane ,there are plenty of buses from ben gourion airport to haifa; there is now a direct train from ben gourion aiport to haifa, go to level -1 at the airport also many buses tel...

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  • Walking

    Jerusalem Transportation

    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 various attractions, both secular and religious is the best as your favorite tour buses and private vans cannot go inside the old city due to the narrow and...

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  • Flights, Security and customs

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Transportation

    The Ben-Gurion International Airport is not far from Tel-Aviv and only about 40 min from Jerusalem. It is easy to get to/from by train, taxi or local buses. When departing remember to get to the airport ahead of time do to the extra security measurements.

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  • The Plane

    Jerusalem Transportation

    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 ofcourse and otherwise try hitchhiking. But watch out, you can't trust everybody! Israelian police often stop Arabians by the way, so you better not...

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  • Trains

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Transportation

    I advice on taking the train to get from the airport to the city especially when you leave Tel aviv to get to the airport. I had to wait the bus 222 one hour and 45 minutes!! Thank god i gave myself enough time to check in. Updated 2007: This time round i did not take a train as i arrived on a saturday and the ticket machines were not working and...

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  • By Car

    Jerusalem Transportation

    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 the countryside.

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  • Taxis

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Transportation

    Unlike other cities in the western world, in Tel Aviv, Taxi transportation is relatively inexpensive. There are lots of Taxis around, and they are required by law to use a meter ("Moneh"). The cost of a taxi drive from one end of the city to another shouldn't be more then 30-40 NIS (Shekels) or $7-9. A taxi from the hotel area near the beach, to...

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  • Flying With Your Toddler

    Flying with young children, especially on transatlantic flights, is an exhausting experience - but it can be done. It’s always best to travel with someone who can take over from time to time – a spouse, grandparent or some other adult who is not averse to close contact with kids. Face it: it will not be a relaxing flight. Your job is to occupy the...

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  • Bus schedules

    For most bus inquiries you can consult the Egged company bus schedule:http://mslworld.egged.co.il/eggedtimetable/WebForms/wfrmMain.aspx?width=1024&company=1&language=en&state=They used to have the monopoly on intercity bus services, not any more but they still run most of the bus lines, especially to / in the more remote areas.

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  • Israeli Trains

    The trains in Israel are a comfortable and relative cheap means of transportation. The carriages are modern and air conditioned.Security checks are mandatory at the entrance of the station. After purchasing a ticket, it will be checked before you enter the platform. At leaving your destination station your ticket is checked again.Map of train...

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  • Car rentals Israel/world

    Hi, you can use this site www.traveljigsaw.com They are getting offers from the other rental cars (Hertz,Sixt,Europcar, etc..) and guarantee the lowest price, even lower than if you were renting a car directly from these companies. Ive been using them for last 6 years with full satisfaction.

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  • Trains

    Although a limited number of lines, trains in Israel are fast, efficient, fairly comfortable and one of the best ways to travel round the country.With the exception of one local line in Haifa, all the railway lines pass through Tel Aviv, which is served by four stations (running alongside the Ayalon Freeway it does mean they are quite a way east...

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  • Signage

    This has to be one of my favourite signs ever! Hardly encouraging - even the road signs don't know where it leads! (OK - so it means 'information' but I cracked up when I first saw this).

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  • Most international airlines...

    Most international airlines fly into Tel Aviv (Ben Gurion airport). Eilat also has an international airport, predominantly used by charter flights. Haifa as a limited international service.1: There is now a train service from the airport that connects with Tel Aviv and the coast. Currently only taxis or sheruts (shared taxis) are the only option to...

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  • Shabbat in Israel

    With the exception of Haifa, no public transport runs on the Sabbath (from nightfall on Friday to nightfall on Saturday) in Israel. Many restaurants and shops also close, though most of proudly secular Tel Aviv remains open. The same is true during religious holidays, which are particularly numerous in September and October.

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  • LEaving Israel by air and car...

    Allow plenty of time when leaving Israel by air as the security checks are long and they question every single passenger BEFORE check in about where theyve been, what their relationship with eahother is, where theyre going.....etc. it takes time.Getting around - i hired a car through Angus (actually Budget) for £90 for 8 days which was...

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  • Flights to Israel

    .There are NO direct flights from the Philippines to Israel.In my 2009 travel, I took the cheapest flight to HK via CebuPacific then booked an EL AL flight from HK to Tel Aviv. El Al is Israel's flag carrier and has a good economy service on flight. It is also very easy to book online. When I got to Israel, I learned that many OFWs use the Korean...

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  • Ships to Israel

    UPDATE: Salamis Lines now says that they carry passengers too!! See: SalamisCan I get a ferry/ship/boat to Israel from Cyprus/Turkey/Greece?The question is asked often.Sadly there are no longer any ferries to Israel. There are a few shipping companies that still carry bulk cargo, but they don't carry passengers.The only way you can get to...

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  • Egged - bus company

    Another mode of transportation in the Egged intercity busses. You can use them when going to visit most of the tourist attactions in Israel. Egged is running local lines within cities too, but rarely in Tel Aviv. Most of Egged busses are green, but some of them are white and red, those are the old ones that pretty soon will be replayced by the...

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  • Daytrip from Haifa to Rosh HaNikra and...

    I visited Rosh HaNikra and Akko on a daytrip from Haifa. In the morning I took the train from Haifa to Nahariya. It was 16 shekels and took 45 minutes. In Nahariya I went to the bus station, which is just next to the train station, and sat down to wait for the right bus. I had read there were not many buses a day to Rosh HaNikra, but I only had to...

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  • Israel Railways

    Trains are quite useful when you go along the coast. All the way from Nahariya in the north to Ashdod in the south and then to Be'er Sheba. You can also use the train to get to/from the airport. Unfortunately, there is no train service to a lot of places in Israel. So, if you need to go to Jerusalem, Eilat, Tiberias, Sefad, Kiryat Shmone, etc....

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  • F-15

    Those are twins of F-15, I am not sure if it is a transportation tip as they can speed up to about 2.5 mach, or, is it maybe a warning or dangers tip? Well, not really dangers as long as you are not trying to fly a Mig or Sukhoi into Israel

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  • Do you want to go to Kibbutz?

    To find out more here is the contact information:KIBBUTZ PROGRAM CENTER18 Frishman Str./cr. Ben YehudaTel-Aviv 61030Tel: 972-3-5278874 / 5246156Fax: 972-3-5239966E-Mail: kpc@vollentir.co.il

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  • Via Train

    TRains in Israel today are a good way to travel though there's no lines to all areas in Israel so it wint fit you for all traveling around but you can check in the website below all the destinations it arrives to + of course timetables and prices. (As about prices i can say that traveling via train here is much cheapper then the prices in Europe !)...

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  • The Ben-Gurion International Airport

    The Ben-Gurion International Airport is not far from Tel-Aviv and only about 40 min from Jerusalem.Easy to get to/from by taxi or local buses.When departing remember to get to the airport ahead of time do to the extra security measurements.

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  • Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International...

    It is advised to arrive 3 hours before departure, as the safety registers can take a long time, bags will be checked exahustely, nad it is recomended to put electrical items, cameras, etc on hand luggage so they can check all in the same luggage.I am glad they did not open all our luggage after the hours we expend doing it lol... but some of the...

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  • Camel

    If you expect to see camels just at the airport exit upon arrival to Israel then you will be disappointed. Yes, there camels but not as common measure of transportation. They are mostly for the tourist in major tourist sites but surely if you will get deep into the desert the local Bedouins in did do own camels and use them in their traditional way...

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  • Bus travel & Discount Tickets

    If you are travelling around Israel by bus it is likely that at some point you will use an Egged bus, the main bus company in Israel. You can save money on your journey by purchasing:- a Kartisiya - a ticket which can be used multiple times, which saves 20%.- a 2-trip ticket, which allows for 2 journeys either on 1 bus by 2 people or 1 person on...

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  • Jordan River Border Crossing

    The Jordan River Border Terminal is the northern border crossing between Israel and Jordan. It is located near the Israeli city of Beit-She'an, and is open for passenger and cargo traffic.For passenger traffic, operating hours are: Sun - Thurs 06:30-21:00; Fri - Sat 08:00-20:00.Coming from Israel, cars and buses park near the Israeli border...

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  • To Moscow from Ovda by plane

    This flight was over four countries (Israel, Turkey, Ukraine and Russia) and over three seas (Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Azov Sea). The flight distance is about 3000 km, the distance time about 4 hours. You can watch my 1 min 38 sec HD Video Israel Uvda - Moscow flight out of my Youtube channel with Back in the USSR by the Beatles.

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  • To Ovda from Eilat by bus

    Driving by Derech Yotam 2,5 km. Driving 55 km by #12 till the airport (Eilat Mountains around, Mount Shelomo to the right, Israeli/Egyptian border to the left, Sinai Mountains to the left, Red Canyon to the right, Negev desert around). Distance time about an hour.You can watch my 4 min 11 sec HD Video Israel Eilat-Ovda road out of my Youtube...

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  • Eilat Gulf around by Yacht

    The distance between the Marina and the Coral Reef is about 6,5 km. Eilat (Acaba) Gulf around. Underwater Restaurant to the right. The front line hotels to the back. The Harbour and Oil rigs to the right. Aqaba is to the left. The Coral Reef is under the yacht. You can watch my 3 min 53 sec HD Video Eilat Aqaba Gulf Yacht Galaxy part 1 out of my...

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  • Eilat along by bus

    The distance between the Vista Hotel and the Coral beach is 8,5 km. Along Erika street, Antibes, the bridge across Lagoon and New Marina, King Solomon Hotel, Lagoon Hotel, Hilton Hotel to the right, Hayam street - Royal Beach, Sheraton Herod’s Hotel, Kings City to the right. Ezion-Geber or Asiongaber - a city of Idumea, a biblical seaport on the...

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  • To Eilat from Ein Boqeq by bus

    Driving up #90 (Arava Road) 25 km (Dead Sea to the left, Never Zohar and Sedom to the right). Going on driving up #90 170 km (Negev desert and Arabah around, Tsofar Agricultural crops to the left, Israeli/Jordan border to the left). Total distance 195 km. Distance time 2,5 hours. The Arabah (or Arava) is a section of the Great Rift Valley lying...

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  • To Ein Boqeq from Tel Aviv by bus

    The initial point – Central Bus Station. Driving 7,5 km by #4 to #20. Driving by 25 km. Turn to #7. Driving 14 km. Turn to #70. Driving 50 km. A short stop at a shopping centre near Beer Sheba. Turn from #40 to #31. Driving 45 km (Unique Lahav forest in the desert to the left). Driving by #31 for 22 km. Turn to #90. Driving by 6 km. Total distance...

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  • To Tel Aviv from Capernaum by bus

    Getting back to #87 from Capernaum 500m. Driving by #87 (Tabha to the left) to #90 3,5 km. Driving by #90 (Ginisar and Tiberias to the left) 12 km. Turn to #77 (Tiberias to the left). Driving by #77 for 41 km. Turn to #75. Driving by #75 for 1,5 km. Turn to #722. Driving by #75 to #70 for 5 km. Turn to #70. Driving by #70 to #4 for 20 km (Mount...

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  • To Capernaum from Mt Beatitudes by bus

    We came back to #90 NR from #8177. In 2,5 km we turned to #87 National Road and made a stop for a lunch. In 3 km we turned to the right and in 500 m we saw the Church of 12 Apostles in Capernaum. Actually Capernaum itself was 300 meters to the west but we didn’t go there. You can watch my 3 min 32 sec HD Video Kinneret Lake out of my Youtube...

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  • To the Mount of Beatitudes from Yardenit

    The traditional location for the Mount of Beatitudes is on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee, between Capernaum and Gennesaret (Ginosar). The actual location of the Sermon on the Mount is not certain, but the present site is also known as Mount Eremos. It is approached by a road that climbs up from Tabcha junction, via Vered-Hagalil,...

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