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How to get here?

Fly to: Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) which is closest airport (60 km) to Jerusalem

How to get to Jerusalem from the Airport?


Taxis operate 24/7 and can be found outside of Terminal 3.

Cost: around $70 , duration: 45 - 60 minutes

Taxi Shuttle (Sherut):

A sherut is a minibus that operates as a shared taxi. From the airport, sheruts run to Jerusalem 24/7. They can be found on Level G outside Arrivals. They are minibuses that take about 10 passengers to the main bus station in the city or directly to your destination.

Cost: around $20, duration: 50 - 80 minutes


Israel Railways trains run to and from the Ben Gurion Airport station right outside Terminal 3 to Jerusalem's main station downtown.

Cost: around $7, duration: 45 minutes

Bus Shuttle:

The shuttle bus from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem (#485) is available 24 hours a day, 6 days a week (not on Shabbat). The journey time to Jerusalem is approximately 1 hour.

Cost: around $7, duration: 60 minutes

Where to Stay in Jerusalem?

We highly recommend you stay inside or within a walking distance to the Old City as most the historical sights and attractions are within the walls of the Old City.

Hotel Recommendations:

Inside the Old City:

New Imperial Hotel

Gloria Hotel

Austrian Hospice

Around the Old City:

Jerusalem International YMCA, Three Arches Hotel

Notre Dame Guest House

Jerusalem Hotel

National Hotel Jerusalem

Saint George Hotel

Holy Land Hotel

Ambassador Boutique Hotel

Sergei Palace Hotel

Mamilla Hotel

The American Colony Hotel

David Citadel Hotel

Dan Panorama Jerusalem

Orient Isrotel Exclusive Collection Jerusalem

Where to Eat in Jerusalem?

Local Foods:

Lina Restaurant


Borderline JLM

Taboon & Wine By Rewined Jlm

European, American, Fusion:

Cheese & Wine Rooftop Restaurant


Azzahra Restaurant

Deja Bu

Rooftop at Mamilla Hotel


Do you Recommend Renting a Car?

If you are planning on visiting different cities and tourists attractions in the Holy Land, we definitely recommend you rent a car. However, if you're planning on spending the majority of your time in Jerusalem and the surrounding area, you will manage without a car as public transportation is fairly reliable and available.