How to go to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is a major international transportation hub, and there are several ways to get there:

    By plane: Tel Aviv is served by Ben Gurion International Airport, which is located about 20 km southeast of the city center. The airport is a hub for several major airlines, and there are direct flights from many cities around the world.

    By train: Tel Aviv is connected to other major cities in Israel by train. The Israel Railways system operates frequent trains from Jerusalem, Haifa, and other cities to Tel Aviv.

    By bus: Tel Aviv is also connected to other cities in Israel by bus. Several bus companies operate regular services between Tel Aviv and other cities, with frequent departures throughout the day.

    By car: Visitors can also rent a car and drive to Tel Aviv from other cities in Israel. The country's major highways connect Tel Aviv to other cities, and there are several car rental companies located at Ben Gurion International Airport.

Once in Tel Aviv, visitors can use the city's efficient public transportation system, which includes buses, trains, and taxis, to get around the city and explore its many attractions.
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