a. Nesher is the ONLY sherut service
b. it is 58NIS
c. check the top question section, I am blanking.
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You will have no problem in finding the sherut when exiting the arrivals terminal but may need to wait a bit until the sherut fills up - usually no more than 10-15 minutes.
Sherut runs all day long even on friday and saturday, right?
The Sherut runs 24/7 - as long as the airport is open and planes are landing and taking off the service is available.
Please advise whether the sherut drops off at a particular place in Jerusalem or whether they will drop you at your hotel. Also do you know how much it costs from Ben Gurion to the Jerusalem. Thank you.
The Sherut from Ben Gurion int'l to Jerusalem has 2 taarifs:
39.80 NIS - drop you at the city center.
61.90 NIS - drop you at your address (i.e hotel).
Price is per person.
so for 4 of us should we take a taxi to Jerusalem? Is so are they large enough to accommodate us with luggage?
The Nesher minibuses are designed for passengers with luggage, hardly surprising since this service exists ONLY from the airport to Jerusalem. They seat 10 passengers so you will be travelling with six others. Whether you are delivered to your accommodation first or last depends on where you and the others are staying. The driver will decide based on a logical route to the various localities.