Follow the link to the official page in English for traveling restrictions (frequently updated):
There are several possibilities: bus (485), train, collective taxis (Sherut-Nesher), taxis, etc. They are described here (some services might be reduced because of the Covid limitations).
The train is perhaps the most convenient possibility if it fits the schedule:
Departure station: Ben Gurion Airport
Sunday to Thursday - Every 30' from 6:29 am to 23:29
No trains on Friday & Saturday
Destination station: Jerusalem - Yitzchak Navon
Once in Jerusalem, public transport is available except for Shabat (from Friday evening to Saturday evening). Google-maps works well to find the proper line.
It might be useful to get a Rav-Kav card for public transport at the Airport (Terminal 3 - Reception Hall) or the Central Bus Station of Jerusalem.
The Institute is located in a central area: 5 minutes walking to the City Hall and 5 minutes to the Old City walls. It is connected with all the city areas with a modern tram and many buses (see the map here).
We are contacting them to get special offers for the conference participants.
- Legacy Hotel: Nablus Road 29, Jerusalem
- Villa Brown: Ha-Nevi'im St 54, Jerusalem
- Jerusalem Inn: Yohanan Horkanos St 7, Jerusalem
- Albright Institute: Salah e-Din St 26, Jerusalem (it is a research institution; they accept guests for the Conference)
The Polis Institute: +972 (0)747011048
- Information Center in the Central Bus Station (3 Shazar Avenue Yitzhak Navon Station).
- Information Center in the Old City (1 Jaffa Street - just inside Jaffa Gate).
- Websites for tourists and pilgrims: