Transportation and parking
Transportation & Parking Lots

Intercontinental Hotel's Address

12 Kaufman Street, Tel Aviv 61501, Israel

Transportation


By Train
Get off at the Tel Aviv Ha'agana station. From there, take a taxi or bus (see below).  
For information on schedules and fares call the Israel Railways Information Service: *5770 from any cellular phone. Israel Railways website

By Bus (within Tel Aviv)
From the Hahagana train station Tel Aviv: Dan bus line no. 16.
From the Arlozorov train station Tel Aviv: Dan bus line no. 61 or 66.
From the Central bus station Tel Aviv: Dan bus lines 16,17 & 31.
All Dan bus lines stop at the Carmelit station which is within 5 minutes walk from the Intercontinental Hotel, the Summit’s venue.

By Private Taxi
All taxi companies at Ben Gurion Airport operate under supervision of the Israel Airports Authority.
The taxi dispatcher's counters are located at Terminal 3 on Level G of the Multi Level Road.

Parking at the InterContinental Hotel 
The hotel has ample parking facilities, available to both hotel guests and conference attendees, at an additional cost.
Additional parking lots are available at the vicinity of the hotel. Price range between 15-30 NIS per day.

For further information please click here

Driving directions from Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) 
Go west on Ayalon Highway (RT 1). Take exit 12A toward K Galuyot Rd. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Holon/Bat Yam/Ayalon South/Kibbutz Galuyot Rd/Route 20. Turn left onto Qibbutz Galuyot Rd/Route 461 and keep right to stay on Qibbutz Galuyot Rd (towards Yafo). Slight left onto Shalma Rd, then right on Yerushalayim Ave. Continue onto Kaufman St and turn right at the 3rd traffic light.

Parking Lots

1. Gan Ha – Kovshim Parking Lot - 5th Yosef Levi St., Tel-Aviv
Up to 15 minutes – No Charge. Single entry for 24 hours – 20 NIS

2. Gan Ha – Kovshim 2 Parking Lot - 80th Ha-Kovshim St.,Tel-Aviv
Sun-Thu between 7AM until 7AM the next day (24 hours), Single Entry – 20 NIS

3. Ein Yaakov Parking Lot - 16th Kaofmann St.,Tel-Aviv
Sun-Thu between 7AM until 4PM – 12 NIS per hour (or part of it).
Every extra 15 min (or part of it) – 3 NIS
4PM until 7AM the next day – 20 NIS for single entry

4. Ha-Tkuma  Parking Lot - 36th HaMered St.,Tel-Aviv
Up to 15 minutes – No Charge. Single entry for 24 hours – 20 NIS

5. HaMered Parking Lot - 32th HaMered St.,Tel-Aviv
Sun-Thu between 7AM until 4PM – 12 NIS per hour (or part of it)
Every extra 15 min (or part of it) – 3 NIS
4PM until 7AM the next day – 20 NIS for single entry

* All prices listed above were taken from the "Ahuzot Hahof" website and may change at any time*

 

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.
For further details please contact Ms. Merav Rothschild, merav@ortra.com or +972-3-6384446/473.

 

Airport Transfers 

In addition to the on demand taxi service available at the airport, Private Airport Transfers are also available, on a pre-arranged basis.

Private Arrival Transfer US$95 (up to 2 passengers)
Upon arrival, you will pass through immigration, collect your bags, pass through Customs, and then proceed to the Arrivals Hall. On the right side of the Arrival Hall (near the 'Erroca' counter) your personal chauffeur will welcome you, holding a sign with your name.

Private Departure Transfer US$95 (up to 2 passengers)
Your driver will be waiting for you in the lobby of the hotel, holding a sign with your name.
Pick up for return transfer will be 3.5 hours prior to flight departure time.

VIP Arrival Service & Transfer US$240 (up to 2 passengers)
This service operates from the plane, where you will be greeted on landing at the end of the flight sleeve. A representative will escort you all the way through passport control, luggage collection, directly to the awaiting car transfer which will take you to your hotel.

Book Your Airport Transfer Here

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