How much is the train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv?
How much does it cost? Tel Aviv to Jerusalem costs just 23.50 shekels (£4 or $6) one-way. Children under 5 go free, but there’s no reduction for older children when buying regular tickets.
How much is the train from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion?
The best way to get from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion Airport Station is to train which takes 22 min and costs ₪ 19 – ₪ 26.
Are there trains on Friday Israel?
Trains do not operate at all between sun-down on Friday and sun-down on Saturday.
Should I stay in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem?
Tel Aviv DEFINITELY needs to be visited and there are many uniquely Tel Aviv things to see and do. However, there is much to see and do in Jerusalem and Jerusalem makes a much better base for certain activities. I would prefer to split my time between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem–just makes it easier in every way.
How much is taxi from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv?
Private taxi cabs can be arranged for any destination in Israel, including Tel Aviv, with the cost to or from Jerusalem around 250 ILS to your destination (300-350 ILS after 9:00 pm).
How much is taxi from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion airport?
By law a taxi can only take four passengers. Average cost from Jerusalem to airport is 180 shekels.
How much is a Sherut from Ben Gurion to Jerusalem?
The cost is 64 shekels per person or around 16 U.S. dollars. This service is available every day and 24 hours a day. There is no extra charge for baggage and no need to tip the driver.
Does Israel have a train station?
Rail transport in Israel includes heavy rail (inter-city, commuter, and freight rail) as well as light rail. Excluding light rail, the network consists of 1,384 kilometers (860 mi) of track, and is undergoing constant expansion.
Rail transport in Israel.
Does Israel have trains?
As well as the main commuter lines running North to South, there are railway lines to Beer Sheva in the Negev Desert, Ashkelon, and Nahariya. Trains to Jerusalem do run from Tel Aviv, however, until the new fast line opens in a few years time, take much longer than a bus, involving a change of train.