Bus from Hebron to Bethlehem
Além da camioneta, há um miniautocarro que faz a ligação entre Hebrom e Belém. Parte da estação central rodoviária e o bilhete custa 9 NIS. A viagem dura supostamente 30 minutos, mas a minha durou 45 minutos.
O miniautocarro chega a Belém à zona Bab Al-Zqaq de onde partem as camionetas árabes 231 e 234 para Jerusalém.
Besides the bus, there is a minibus (serveese) linking Hebron to Bethlehem. It departs from the central bus station and the fare is NIS 9. The trip is suposed to take 30 minutes, but mine was 45 minutes.
The serveese arrives at Bethlehem, Bab Al-Zqaq point, from where arab buses 231 & 234 depart to Jerusalem.
Getting to Hebron
From Israel the easiest way to get to Hebron is from Jerusalem. Catch bus number 21 from the main street right outside Damascus Gate, going to Beit Jala. Stay on until the final stop, where you're dropped by the side of the Hebron Road and there are buses and service taxis waiting to take you on to Hebron (Al Khalil in Arabic). The whole journey takes maybe an hour or so and will cost about 10 shekels. The bus drops you just north of the main souk and the city centre. It was strange to go on an Arab bus with hardly any passengers - certainly makes a change!
To get back to Jerusalem you can do the same journey in reverse. Or I'd recommend -if you want to go to Ramallah, there are plenty of service taxis on one of the main streets north of the souk. It's a very pleasant journey, although it can take quite a while depending on how strict the checkpoints are. The scenery is beautiful and you go past Bethlehem and the Herodian mountain. The cars can't go into Ramallah itself so they drop you at the Qalandia checkpoint.