Logistics: There are a few ways to get from Meitar to Tel Aviv Airport (TLV): by bus, train, taxi, car or towncar. For more information, you can check this link.
You can take a bus from Meitar to Tel Aviv Airport (TLV) via Be’er Sheva Central Station/Alight and Be’er Sheva Central Station/Interurban Platforms.
Another option is Israel Railways which operates a train from Be’er Sheba – Center to Tel Aviv Haganah hourly. Tickets cost €8 – €12 and the journey takes around 2h.
Accommodation: Here is the link to the Airbnb accommodation list in Meitar.
Travel Documents: Visa requirements can vary depending on your nationality, so take it into account.
Local Currency and Payment Methods: The currency in Israel is the Israeli New Shekel (ILS). European Central Bank exchange rate is here.
Credit cards are widely accepted, but it’s a good idea to carry some cash for small expenses and places that may not accept cards.
Language: Hebrew and Arabic are the official languages of Israel. English is commonly spoken, especially in tourist areas.
Electricity and Plugs: In Israel the power plug sockets are of type C, H and M.
For Israel there are three associated plug types, C, H and M.
Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins. Type C is known as the standard “Euro” plug.
Type H is unique to Israel but it also works with plug C. Type H has three pins in a triangular shape.
Type M has three round pins. Israel operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
Time Zone: Israel operates on Israel Standard Time (IST), which is UTC+2.
Emergency Contacts: 100 for police, 101 for medical emergencies, and 102 for fire
Local Cuisine: Israeli cuisine includes dishes like falafel, hummus, shawarma, and various Middle Eastern specialties.
Do you need any further assistance? +34 633 862 193 😉
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