Travel to Israel
The best way to travel to Israel is by air. There are regular direct flights from major cities in Europe and North America, as well as from a number of Asian cities to Tel Aviv, Ben-Gurion International Airport.
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Taxis are readily available at the airport. They operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a private or shared service.
Taxis can be found right outside the Arrival Hall of the airport.
Taxi services are regulated and the Taxi companies at BGN operate under permission.
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The train station is located on Level S of the Landside Building, adjacent to the Arrival Hall. The train will take you to the Hagana Station in Tel Aviv from where you will need a Taxi to reach your hotel. The cost of the train is about 15 NIS and the cost of the Taxi is about 40 NIS.
Public transportation services are located in the three-storey bridge on the second floor, next to Gates 21 and 23. Line 476 runs from Ben-Gurion International Airport, Terminal 3, to the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv from where you will need a Taxi to reach your hotel. The cost of the bus is about 10 NIS and the cost of the Taxi is about 40 NIS.
The car rental companies’ counters are located on the first floor of the East Gallery in the Arrival Hall. The service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Kindly take into your consideration parking fees of about 50 NIS per day in Dan Panorama Hotel parking lot.