How to get from Ben Gurion Airport to Yerushalaim Street 96 in Yafo in an hour or a half hours and for almost $ 8. A detailed route of instructions and life hacks, just follow the navigator and descriptions of what to do at each stage. At the end of the route BONUS! Apartment number and intercom code. Translated with Google Translate
Before leaving the central hall, turn left and stay in the airport building. There are cars to remove money from the wall. This is important to do, because the path will go by train and by bus. A train ticket can be paid by card, but a bus ticket can only be paid in cash. There are two cars - one in red - the Hapoalim bank and the other - in green. One that green takes a higher percentage for the service. In addition, judging by the small queue at the cash desk of the bank, it can be understood that the cheapest way to get shekels is with the cashier. Translated with Google Translate
Here, follow the TRAIN sign and exit the airport lounge, turning right through gate number three.
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Immediately after the exit through the third gate on the left you will see machines for buying a train ticket. Above these cars hangs a timetable. Pay attention to the inscription highlighted in red at the bottom of the scoreboard. It says that any train departing from the SECOND platform passes through Tel Aviv station. In any case, you need a train leaving from the second platform. A touch screen, by definition, "speaks Hebrew." Below you will very quickly see ENGLISH and will be able to freely purchase a ticket. You need to select Tel Aviv Center then Adult, then Single Ride, then confirm (or add another ticket, or change the type of ticket and then confirm). After choosing a ticket and the number of tickets, payment is made. If on the card, it must be drawn from top to bottom with the magnetic code to the right in the protruding reader, if in banknotes - in a special slot. The cost of the trip is displayed on the screen. This is about 4.5 dollars. Wait for the ticket to print and take it in the lower tray. SAVE THE TICKET. On your ticket, arrows will be visible - showing the direction in which you need to insert a ticket into the turnstile machine. Translated with Google Translate
To open the turnstile, you need to not only insert and push the ticket in the arrow into the yellow slot of the machine, but also pick up the ticket after reading it. You will need a ticket at the turnstile exit from the destination station. Translated with Google Translate
Behind the turnstile, before descending to the platforms, you will find a spacious hall with a piano. You can play the piano - which is often what passengers do a lot. After all, you came to a country where almost every mother wanted her child to become a famous pianist. Translated with Google Translate
From the hall with the piano down stairs and an escalator, platform number TWO to the left of the stairs. Translated with Google Translate
Departure platform. Please note that the car doors may not open automatically. If the doors do not open next to the doors there is a round green button - click on it. A pleasant surprise awaits you in the carriages of the train - 220 volt sockets and free WI-FI. Welcome to the Israeli Railways. You need to go to the second station after the start of movement. It is called Tel Aviv haShalom. Translated with Google Translate
The first station on the way will be called aAgana. We are going further. Translated with Google Translate
At the station aShalom - you go out. Please note that the exit is on the left side. Walk forward along the platform in the direction of the train to the escalator rising to the redevelopment of Tel Aviv haShalom. Translated with Google Translate
After rising from the platform to the station, immediately after the escalator, turn left and follow the Azrieli Center sign. Here you will find another climb up the stairs or on the escalator. Translated with Google Translate
From the Shalom station to the center of Azrieli, a bridge leads over the largest highway through the center of Tel Aviv. It lies in the Ayalon riverbed. The track itself is called the Ayalon track. Translated with Google Translate
Walk deep into the center to the central square with a glass dome. To your right is the Samsonite store, head to the gallery, which turns right. Let the big soccer ball installed in this gallery be your guideline. Translated with Google Translate
Near the counter with Carolina Lemke glasses, turn left and go towards the exit from the center of Azrieli. Translated with Google Translate
Exit from the center of Azrieli to the bridge connecting the center with the Ministry of Defense. Translated with Google Translate
The bridge of the Ministry of Defense. Cross the bridge to the opposite side.
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Descent over the bridge of the Ministry of Defense. Here you need to turn left and get off at the bus stops. Translated with Google Translate
You need a bus stop number 83 or 44. Both of these routes stop close to the cherished house at 96 Sderot Jerushalaim, with some changes in the route.
Egged Route 83 - The green color of the buses. On weekdays, from Sunday to Thursday inclusive, buses run on this route from 6:00 a.m. to 24:00 p.m. with a frequency of 12-15 minutes. On Friday from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - until the start of Saturday and Saturday after the Saturday from 20:30 to 24:00. Route 44 of Dan is the blue color of the buses. On weekdays, from Sunday to Thursday, buses run on this route from 5:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. with a frequency of 12-15 minutes. On Friday from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - until the start of Saturday and Saturday after the Saturday from 20:30 to 24:00. Translated with Google Translate
At the beginning of 2019, a public transport reform took place in Israel, according to which it is now impossible to buy a paper ticket for cash. Instead, you can buy a transport card charged for 1 trip from the driver. The cost of the card is 5 shekels, the cost of the trip is 5.90 shekels - total 10.90 shekels payable to the driver in cash. The card should not be thrown away: it is necessary if the controller comes in to prove that you paid for the fare. The application will tell you which stop to go to, because you are in navigation mode. The GPS signal works all the time, unless you turn it off in the settings. If you turn it off, turn it on; will help. You can ask the driver or passengers to tell you when to get off. Translated with Google Translate
From here, crossing the road and moving along Jerushalaim Avenue, you will be at the address within a few minutes. Translated with Google Translate
So they came. There is no intercom, floor two first apartment. Translated with Google Translate