Tel Aviv Transport Guide
Tel Aviv’s Manshia Train Station was built in 1892 and after years of non-use its Ottoman-era structures have been restored and the area transformed with galleries, shops, cafes and markets.
How to get around Tel Aviv
There are plenty of bike paths and walking trips to enjoy the year-round sunshine in Tel Aviv. The public transportation system is overall affordable and reliable. Taxis are more expensive, but a shared taxi service is handy and more affordable for some tourist destinations and getting to the public transportation network. There is a train in service and a light rail system scheduled to open after 2020. Private operated bus companies service the city and interconnect popular destinations further afield. Be warned, a lot of services do not operate during Jewish Sabbath, with services ending Friday afternoon and re-opening on Saturday evenings as well as Jewish holidays. An international student card might get you cheaper travel.