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hello everyone.

anyone knows how to get from Sheikh Hussein crossing to tel aviv? Possibly by bus?

Thanks for your answers.

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Take a taxi to Beit Shean, then a bus to Tel Aviv. You will probably have to connect in another city. You can find out bus schedules here: bus.co.il/otobusim/Front2007/homepage.asp…

NB Israeli buses do not run on Saturdays (until the evening) and Jewish holidays.

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When are you planning this trip. The month of September is full of holidays and in addition to Saturday there are 4 other days with no buses .

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It´s going to be sep 17th early in the morning

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As advised, take a taxi to Beit She'an's public transportation terminal.

From there, you have direct buses only early in the morning - at 08:00 bus #843 and at 08:15 bus #829.

Other than that - take any bus to Afula central bus station (#411 or #412) and from Afula take any bus to Tel Aviv (there are many buses frequntly going all day long).

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September 17 is a normal day (not a holiday) so there will be plenty of buses.

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6. Re: jordan-israel

Sept. 17 is not a holiday. You'll be fine. Rather than the website mentioned above--look at egged.co.il--for the direct early AM bus! It IS run by Egged and the site is easier to follow.

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7. Re: jordan-israel

The 411 and 412 are operated by a company called Kavim, and the only website where you will find them (apart from the Kavim website which is not available in English) is at www.otobusim.co.il. They go every 20-30 minutes, taking about half an hour, so you hardly need a timetable. Just get on the next bus (Egged) to Afula, and from there take a bus (also frequent) to Tel Aviv.

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