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What is the cheapest way to get to Israel: by taxi, train or car? We checked - voila! Tourism


Is it to take a taxi, or maybe a train, and what about a private car that stays in the parking lot in the SDA? Details here! tourism

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What is the best and cheapest way to get to Israel:

in your car, by train or maybe by taxi? The "Mobit" app compared the ways to get to Israel from different cities in Israel, and according to that the expensive parking in the airport parking lot and waiting for shuttles makes the private car option less attractive, in addition for the need to drive after the flight home.

The cheapest way to get to our airport is by bus/light rail + train.

However, the fastest way is by taxi, but it will cost you much more.

The cheapest way to travel to Tel Aviv - from cheap to expensive:

1. Bus/light rail + train

2. Taxi + train

3. Taxi

4. Private car

The fastest way to travel to Tel Aviv - from fast to slow:

1. Taxi

2. Private car

3. Taxi + train

4. Bus/ light rail + train

The cheapest from Jerusalem: light rail.

The fastest: taxi + train (photo: Walla! system, Mobit)

The cheapest from Haifa: bus+train.

The fastest: taxi (photo: Walla! system, Mobit)

The cheapest from Be'er Sheva: bus+train.

The fastest: taxi (photo: Walla! system, Mobit)

The cheapest from Tel Aviv: train.

The fastest: taxi/car (photo: Walla! system, Mobit)


●The calculation is made for a trip for a three-night, four-day vacation.

●The price is for the trip to the airport only.

●The routes were calculated according to the departure time of 8:00 am.

●The price of a taxi ride is calculated according to rate A, including ordering a taxi NIS 5.12 excluding traffic congestion, each

additional minute adds NIS 1.74 to the bill.

●There is no extra charge for cargo.

●A return trip by taxi from Tel Aviv is an additional five shekels.



train fare is for one passenger.

● Senior citizens are entitled to a 50% discount on public transportation - buses and trains


●The data was taken from moovit app, waze app, taxitariff website and decollator website.

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Source: walla

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