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For further information and registration
please contact 

edo.in.Jerusalem@gmail.com
Registration fee:
50 NIS for non-members

Students and AIJS members - free

The workshop: Will be held at the Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace (5 minutes walk from hotel Beit Maiersdorf).

                                            

Location:  Mount  Scopus Campus of the Hebrew University. For all locations mentioned - see map.





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TRANSPORTATION

Taxi: can be ordered at the hotel reception or by phone (02-5821111, 02-6421111). It costs 40-50 NIS (10-15 USD) to the Jerusalem city center.
Drivers mostly speak some English, use meter by law, and supply a receipt. They are allowed to request extra charge for the third passenger and luggage ($1-$2)
Bus: Buses leave from the university bus station located 1 floor below the "Forum" center on campus
To the Central Bus Station: Bus # 68
To City center: Bus # 19 or 4A, fare: 6.60 NIS (you pay as you get on the bus from the front door. Exact change is more convenient, but not mandatory. Tickets can be used for 90 minutes both on buses and tram).
Please note that public transportation ceases between Friday afternoon (1 hour prior to sunset) and Saturday evening after dark.
To/From Airport
Shuttle service to Jerusalem leaves the airport approximately every one hour (24/7).
The price is 60-70 NIS/person, and the driver will drop you at the hotel or pick you up (pick up by reservation).
For further details:
Nesher tours

Taxi:
can be ordered at the hotel reception or by phone (02-5821111, 02-6421111). It costs 40-50 NIS (10-15 USD) to the Jerusalem city center.
Drivers mostly speak some English, use meter by law, and supply a receipt. They are allowed to request extra charge for the third passenger and luggage ($1-$2)
 
Bus:
uses leave from the university bus station located 1 floor below the "Forum" center on campus
 
To the Central Bus Station:
Bus # 68 or 69
 
To City center:
Bus # 19 or 4A.
Alternatively, bus (65/68/69) to the light train station. The light train stops at Damascus Gate, city center, central bus station, and Yad Vashem.

Fare:
6.60 NIS (you pay as you get on the bus from the front door. Exact change is more convenient, but not mandatory. Tickets can be used for 90 minutes both on buses and tram).

for further information about ttransportation in Jerusalem,please visit Egged website and Citypass (light train) website.
 
Please note that public transportation ceases between Friday afternoon (1 hour prior to sunset) and Saturday evening after dark.
 

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation to the Workshop's participations and guests can be managed upon request:
edo.in.Jerusalem@gmail.com


DINING
                                
 

On Campus

  • Aroma Café (Starbucks style). It is located just outside campus (10 minutes walk from Beit Mairsdorf) and is a popular hangout with good salads and sandwiches.  
  • Commercial center with a supermarket, burger bar, pizza, and a coffee shop in the "Givah Hatzorfatit" (French Hill) neighborhood, a 20-minute walk from campus, or bus #4A or 68.

Outside Campus

For more lively food scenes take bus #4A to the "Moshava Hagermanit" (German Colony) or (same buses) to the City Center (light train), home to many popular establishments including:

 

Tmol Shilshom – book shop and restaurant, $$. (personal favorite).

 

Pinati – Middle Eastern, $- 13 King George St. Tel: 02-6254540

 

Focaccia Bar  - Italian, Seafood, Steak,$$ - 4 Rabbi Akiva St., 02- 625 6428

 

Spaghettim – Italian, $$ - 35  Hillel St. Tel: 02-623-5547

 

Adom  - French, $$$ - 31 Yafo St. Tel: 02- 6246242

 

 

Closer to the old city (open on Shabbat):

Lavan (at the Cinematheque) – great view from balcony. Italian. $$-$$$.

 

American Colony (restaurants and bar) – Favorite among the foreign press, for atmosphere and style. $$$.

Askadinya (Mediterranean/Palestinian)

11 Shimon Ha Tsadik Street, Jerusalem. $$.

 

Tips – 10% are expected, although service is often not of the best quality.

 

During Shabbat, many restaurants and cafes in Jerusalem are closed. Places would be opened in the old city, and several around the city center and German Colony. Please check in advance.

 

 

 

 

 


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