How much does it cost to go from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

How much does it cost to go from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

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 a taxi from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

around 300 NIS
TAXI. You can also take a taxi from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. However, this option is expensive. A ride from the city center to Jerusalem will cost you around 300 NIS.

Is one day in Jerusalem enough?

While one day is only enough time to scratch the surface of this enigmatic city, Jerusalem does allow travellers to pack a lot into just 24 hours. Much like Israel itself, it combines intense ancient spirituality with top-notch modern cultural attractions, with many key sites within walking distance of each other.

How much is a bus ticket from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

Both the 405 or 480 buses cost NIS 18 for a one-way fare or NIS 30 for a return fare. They run frequently, every 10-20 minutes throughout the day. There is nearly always a bus being loaded up and waiting to go. Most buses have Wifi, and the route is express.

How do you get from Jerusalem to Bethlehem?

Visitors can travel from Jerusalem to Bethlehem on an Egged bus from the Central Bus Station to Kever Rachel (the Tomb of Rachel), which costs about 7 ILS, and from there, you can catch a taxi.

Is Uber safe in Israel?

Although Uber has been operating in Israel since 2014, it works only with taxis. UberX, the cheaper option that is available worldwide and allows users to order a private car – not a cab – to drive them, has been banned because current regulations forbid payments for rides offered by private individuals.

How much time do you need in Jerusalem?

We really recommend visitors spend two to three days here because it is really difficult to fit everything into one day. Jerusalem is also a great home base for tours around the region since many of them include the option to begin here.

What to do from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

Witness some of Israel’s holiest and oldest sites on this day trip from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Travel the distance from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by air-conditioned coach, and enter Old Jerusalem to see the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Via Dolorosa and other age-old religious and historical sights.

What to expect when traveling to Jerusalem?

What To Expect. Leave your central Tel Aviv hotel by air-conditioned coach and travel to Jerusalem to start your full-day tour. Enjoy the views en route and hear fascinating facts from your guide about Jerusalem’s tumultuous history. On arrival, visit the Mount of Olives to admire the beautiful views over Old Jerusalem.

What to do in Jerusalem and Bethlehem?

See the Garden of Gethsemane, stop for photos at the Mount of Scopus, and then drive to Bethlehem to explore Manger Square, including the Church of the Nativity, as your guide shares the secrets and stories behind each landmark. This fast-paced tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem is one of the few to depart from Tel Aviv.