Anyone have any recommendations on what a couple of Aussie Guys should do in Tel Aviv on New Years Eve???
Hello all...I would like to ask if anyone has travelled between Ben Gurion and Yafo airports before for a transfer?..if so how long does it take? and what are the options depending on the times of day/night for busses or taxis?...
Are the reliable coach services available for this journey? How frequent are these and what is the price
Hello, I'm wondering what the best bus is to take from the Ben Gurion airport to the Heichal Hatarbut Mann Auditorium at 1 Huberman, Tel Aviv. Thank you!
I'm planning a week holiday in Tel aviv from November 20th-27th. I have heard of the legendary nightlife, and was wondering if it would still be bustling at that time? Are the crowds mainly European tourists or locals and people from other Middle Eastern countries? I know the weather can be a hit and miss, but am hoping the vibrant nightlife will make up for it.
Thanks for the replies.
Is it recommendable to visit Tel Aviv for a short party, sightseeing and tourist trip inclunding visiting Jerusalem during Rosh Hashanah?
I've heard that most will be closed then. What's about clubs, bars, restaurant?
I think its not a good time to come then to Tel Aviv for enjoying nightlife...What's your opinion?
We would stay from the fifth of September till the eight of September, so its unfortunately a really short trip.
Hello! I wanted to know how long it takes to get a visa at the Jordanian embassy in tel aviv for us at the Allenby crossing into Jordan. I have read that you can not get a visa on arrival at that crossing but can get it ahead of time at the embassy. I just wanted to know is this a couple hour thing, a couple day thing or what. I am based out of Jerusalem and would need to make plans if I needed to spend some a few days in tel aviv waiting on the visa to be ready. Thanks!
Hello, I am planning on working an internship in Tel aviv. Until now I thought my internship was walking distance, but discovered it is within city limits but is too far to walk (google says 30 minute public transit ride), how much does it cost to take the public transit aka bus system in tel aviv every day??
Hello, I'm going to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem next week and would like to meet up with locals to the area willing to show me around the area a bit, would be nice to meet new people. looking forward to your replies.
What are some major customs and traditions for Israel in general? Styles of food? Clothing?
I would like to visit some of the paces Christ was at and see some of the country in Israel. Any recommendations? Places that are not so crowded are preferred. What kind of places are the cheapest to stay at....hotel? B&B??
I am in the US.
Hiya all, can anyone give me a rough idea how cheap/expensive Tel Aviv is for lunches and evening meals please. Agent is telling me cheap and plentiful restaurants but have also heard its expensive. Rough guide please and obviously any suggested venues will be useful. We are 4 ladies staying B/B for 1 week in June, so could we say get an evening meal for around £15? Many thanks in advance
Hi, I'll be visiting Israel in November, travelling round the country for a week, ending off with 4 free days in Tel Aviv in mid Nov.
Just wondering what are the most awesome clubs in Tel Aviv right now (since the clubbing scene is pretty legendary....). Also which is the best beach to go to? I've read that Alma beach is a beach that locals go to (and to smoke shisha as well?)
Appreciate any tips and advice. Thanks!
We are going to stay in Tel-Aviv for a week - between 30th of April and 6th of May and then head for a conference somewhere in the North of Israel. Being from a cold country, we wanted to have Sun and Sea vacation. Is it possible to go to the beach and swim in the sea in Tel-Aviv in the beginning of May, or our better option is going to Eilat instead?...
Which Sherut companies drive between Tel Aviv and Haifa on a Saturday? Thank you
Hello fellow travelers,
I will be in Israel in late July until early August and my flight is landing at 03:30 on the Shabbat night. I found a self-catering apartment place through booking.com close to the beach and with a reception, and I have contacted them when booking to notify them of my need of an early check-in. I have yet to receive an answer about this.
So my question is: what are my options? I assume that taxi is the only way at this hour, Shabbat or not. I will need to get some sleep after waking up in the middle of the night and trying to be somewhat alert prior to the passport check. Also, what can I do to get some groceries, if the places in my immediate surroundings are closed?
Thank you in advance, toda.
I'm flying out to Tel Aviv next week for business trip but will have a day spare so would like to do a day trip to Nazareth etc. I've found various one's on offer and most seem to be around £50 which is fine but can anyone recommend a particular company to book this through?
Part of my visit will include taking customers to Jerusalem + Caesarea so this seems the next best place to explore.
Would be happy to go with a smaller group if it wasn't too cost prohibitive.
i am planning on going to tel aviv late sept for 5 days, and was just looking for best place to stay near beach or town centre,maybe a few day trip but in general just chilling out,, i.e., best bars places to see and so on, thanks
I'm planning some days in Tel Aviv and I'd like to stay close to the beach. I've seen there's a very long seaside between the port and the dolphinarium, which part of it shuold I prefer if i want to have a swim by day and to walk in a nice area by night (restaurants, clubs...)?
I have a question about transportation from Tel Aviv to Ben Gurion Airport at Shabbat. I need to get there on Saturday about 5.00 a.m. because I have plane at 7.00. Is it possible by public transport cause I can't find it anywhere.
Pleese help me.
Anyone have any information about renting a bicycle in Tel Aviv for a Sunday, all day? How much it costs, what company rents them, etc?
Also, anyone know how long it would take to walk from Independence park to Jaffa? I know it should be long, but I think it would be a great walk along the beachfront. In other words, on a Saturday, if I started walking at 5 p.m., what time would I get to Jaffa for dinner? And I'm a fast walker...
Thanks, and open to suggestions about how to spend my first evening in Tel Aviv!
Do bus drivers in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem provide change if you do not have the exact fare?
What about sheroot drivers? Also do taxi drivers in Israel accept credit cards?
I will be arriving in Tel Aviv in a couple of days and I just found out that the person who was suppose to meet me at the airport has other plans so I have to arrive at the house by my own. I am arriving at 3.15 in the morning and I was wondering if there are busses at this hour? If there arent, what time do they start circulating and which is the bus that can take me to Holon (Vatikim)from the airport. I should arrive at Amal street or maybe Eilat street which I understood is near by. How much is the ticket and is it allowed to pay in other currency then shekel? If there is no bus that can take me to the destination, what other options do I have other than taxi? If I have to consider taking a taxi,which is a secure company that will not rip mi off and how much would it cost approximatly?
I have many questions, and I need a fast answer just to get rid of the panic attack.
Tanx in advance. Any info regarding any of the questions will be appreciated and helpful.
I am intresting to spend the New year`s Eve in Tel Aviv with mine girlfriend. I want to ask you how safety is to go in Israel if you`re orthdox christan cos mine coutry is christian? Is it apsolutly safe? What about the new year`s eve celebration? Are there parties as we do on our squares? How is the night life in Tel Aviv? The food? And also we would like to go to Yerusalajm? What about the safe there? Thank you and all the best from rainy Macedonia
we arrive in tel aviv airport at 02:30 hours and then need to get to Rehovot. The hotel will pick up for 200 shekels - is this reasonable - what are the alternatives please.
Hi, I'm traveling to Israel for the first time in October. I'm a bit worried about my flight arriving late at night and having to travel alone to join a group in Tiberias. Originally, I wanted to save some money by using public transportation, but had to scrap that out in favor of private transfers from BEN GURION Airport to Tiberias. Is74 per car per way overpriced or reasonable, given my circumstances? How long does it usually take to get out of the airport with Immigration and everything? I'm holding a Japanese passport. Any tips or advice would be much welcomed.
Hi everyone! I recently looked up Park HaYarkon on Google Maps, and it seems that the park is divided into two sections. One appears to be a grassy area right beside a huge lake; the other appears to be a large open field near a water park.
Here's my question-
Where in Park HaYarkon do they usually hold large-scale concerts by international music stars?
In other words- Where specifically in the park do they usually set up the stage for these big events?
For example- Madonna had two concerts at Park HaYarkon last year. What part of the park did they set up the stage for her concerts?
Are these big concerts staged beside the large lake, or beside the water park?
Does anyone know for sure?
I heard that it is much ceapier to rent an aprtment rather bookink an hotel.
Will be happy to receive any recommendation of a reliable place to book an apartment from based on personal experience.
What is the best means of transportation to Nof Ginosarto Hotel, Ginosar (Sea of Gailee)and what is the approximate cost?
I will be traveling to Cairo from Tel Aviv (and vice versa) in August. It is my understanding the best way to do this is by crossing via Eilat / Taba.
My question is what is the best way to get to Eilat from Tel Aviv? If by bus, is there a recommended transit provider? Thank you :)