Tel Aviv is Israel's most dynamic and diverse city. The long Mediterranean coastline with beautiful sandy beaches is part of Tel Aviv's lifestyle, and the city never sleeps. The UNESCO Heritage Bauhaus era buildings are a real magnet for tourists, while the historic port of Jaffa with its Arab heritage is a must-see.
Other popular attractions you should add to your itinerary are the Ben Gurion House, the IDF History Museum, Eretz Israel Museum, St. Peter's Church and Bialik Street.
Tel Aviv public transportation
The bus is the first public transport option in Tel Aviv. Regular bus lines operate in the city, and other cities including Jerusalem, Beersheba, Haifa, Eilat. For those who want to party at night, night lines are operating from the central stations to the main entertainment areas in Tel Aviv.
Railway transportation is an efficient way to travel from Tel Aviv to the other cities in Israel. There are regular lines to Beersheba, Haifa and a new express line to Jerusalem.
If you wish to explore the neighbouring cities according to your schedule, then you can rent a car in Tel Aviv with City Airport Taxis.
A faster alternative to the bus is the service taxi in Tel Aviv, called Monit Sherut. They are minivans with predefined routes running through the city similar to the bus routes. The difference is that there are fewer passengers and the travel time is shorter compared to the bus.
Tel Aviv taxis are a fast and reliable way of transportation. Local and inter-city taxi services are available to and from Tel Aviv.
Two airports are serving Tel Aviv area: Sde Dov and Ben Gurion Airport. Sde Dov is a domestic airport located close to the city, while the Ben Gurion International is 15 km southeast of Tel Aviv and main hung for international flights in Israel.
How to get from Tel Aviv airport to the city?
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion is the primary international airport in Israel. It has good direct connections with the city and some of the main cities in Israel. Passengers can use the free shuttle service to navigate from one terminal to another.
The train station is under the Terminal 3, and you can take off at any of the four train stations in Tel Aviv or travel to Haifa, Binyamina, Atlit. Local buses make a stop at the El Al Junction, so you will need to take the bus line 5 to get to Tel Aviv city centre.
The Israel Airport Authority regulates Tel Aviv airport taxis. Please note that night fares and additional surcharges apply during Shabbat and Jewish holidays. Also, there is an extra charge for every piece of luggage.
How to arrange a private airport transfer?
If you are looking for a fixed rate airport transfer from Tel Aviv International to city or any other destination, you can pre-book with us online and save time and money. Our Tel Aviv airport transfer service includes a meet and greet and flight monitoring. The driver will be waiting for you at the Arrival Gate with a sign showing your name and will take you directly to your destination.
The cost for the private Tel Aviv airport taxi is fixed and depends on your destination. Another advantage is that the fee is charged by vehicle, which is especially convenient if you travel with your family or with a group of people. The luggage is included in the price, as well. Besides transfers to the city, we can organize a taxi from Tel Aviv International to Bat Yam, Herzliya, Netanya, Haifa and other cities.
The price for a private transfer from Tel Aviv airport to city centre starts from 60 USD, one way.
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