Tricks and tips for everyone


How much is a sherut from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

How much is a sherut from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

around $5-6 USD one-way
A sherut is a minibus style, shared vehicle which can transport you from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. They leave from outside central bus station and cost around $5-6 USD one-way. This is a fixed fare to transport you from A to B, and if you want to disembark at another location you will still have to pay the full fare.

How do I get sherut from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

Monit sheruts, or shared taxis, travel between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Pick-up and drop-off is at the central bus station in both cities. There are no schedule departure times, rather they leave when the van fills up. The vans cost around NIS 50 per trip.

How much is a sherut from Ben Gurion to Jerusalem?

62-67 NIS
A single journey should cost you 62-67 NIS (US$ equivalent accepted). Sheruts run 24/7.

How do I book a Sherut?

To go to the airport, you can call the local sherut providers office 24 hours in advance to book a sherut to pick you up from where you are staying and drop you at the airport.

What is a Sherut taxi?

A sherut (in Hebrew ‘monit sherut’ – service taxi) is a shared taxi, typically a eight to ten seat minivan, which runs on one of three routes – from city to city, within a city (usually along a bus route), and from the airport to Jerusalem and Haifa.

Is there Uber in Israel?

You can get to many of them with a 15- or 20-minute Uber trip, making them perfect for short stopovers or quick trips. Accommodations in Tel Aviv are also readily accessible using Uber, with a 30-minute ride from Ben Gurion Airport to the city center in ideal driving conditions.

Is there a direct train from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem?

Is there a direct train between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem? Yes, there is a direct train departing from Tel Aviv Center and arriving at Yerushalayim/Yits’hak Navon. Services depart hourly, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 47 min.

What is the difference between a shuttle and a taxi?

The shuttle offers much of the convenience of a taxi, although taking longer, at a price which is significantly lower for one or two passengers. Scheduled services between an airport and a hotel, usually operated by the hotel, are also called shuttles.

Related Posts