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Moovit - Alongside You Throughout Passover 馃嵎馃尲

April 24, 2024

Dear riders,

In celebration of the Passover holiday, Moovit app is assisting you in planning your journey to family-friendly attractions using public transit.

Moovit, the leading provider of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), with over 3 million users in Israel, is exploring how you can navigate to family attractions using public transportation with the Trip Planner feature. As part of this exploration, we examined routes from central points to various leisure destinations and their arrival times.

With Moovit, you can plan your arrival times and the most suitable route from your departure point to your destination, incorporating all types of public transportation – buses, trains, light rail, walking, shared scooters, and more.


馃尭 Jerusalem

The Israel MuseumTo reach the Israel Museum, you can arrive at Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Railway Station from anywhere in the country. From there, you can take bus line 66 or 66讗 and get off at the Israel Museum/Wise stop, followed by a 7-minute walk to the Israel Museum.

Israel Aquarium & Jerusalem Biblical Zoo (讙谉 讛讞讬讜转 讛转谞”讻讬)You can arrive at Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Railway Station from anywhere in the country. From there, take the light rail line number 1 to Mount Herzl Light Rail Station, then transfer to line 26讗 to the Aquarium or the Biblical Zoo.

City of DavidYou can reach Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Railway Station from anywhere in the country. From Central Station/Yafo stop, take line 1, 3, or 3讗 to the Ma’ale HaShalom/Ma’alot Ir David stop, and then a 2-minute walk to the City of David Visitors Center.

Bloomfield Science Museum (诪讜讝讬讗讜谉 讛诪讚注)You can reach Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Railway Station from anywhere in the country. From Central Station/Yafo stop, take bus line 66 to the Science Museum/HaMuze’onim Blvd stop.


馃尭 Holon

The Israel Children’s Museum (诪讜讝讬讗讜谉 讛讬诇讚讬诐)The museum is easily accessible from all regions of the country. For those interested, Park Peres, a leisure and recreational area, is located nearby the museum, allowing you to enjoy two attractions in one trip. If you’re arriving by train, you can get off at Tel Aviv Haganah Station, and from there take bus line 38 to Yerushalayim Boulevard/Mifrats Shlomo stop. From Arlozorov Light Rail Station, you can take bus line 271 to Mifrats Shlomo/Ramat HaGolan stop. For those coming from Jerusalem, you can take the direct lines 406 or 404. From Tel Aviv, the available lines are 89, 189, and 172.

Japanese GardenThere are several bus lines from Tel Aviv that reach the Japanese Garden: lines 89, 189, and 289. Get off at the Holon Junction Rail Station/Levi Eshkol stop.

Holon Mediatheque (诪讚讬讟拽) You can board either bus line 178 or 176 at Arlozorov Light Rail Station, and get off at the Holon Mall/Golda Meir stop.


馃尭 Tel Aviv

Luna Park and Yarkon ParkLuna Park and Park Hayarkon 鈥 Situated in a prime location, the Ter Aviv University Train Station is within walking distance. Those who prefer to arrive from Jerusalem, for example, by bus, can take Line 480 and transfer at the Arlozorov Train Station to Line 47.

Steinhardt Museum of Natural History (诪讜讝讬讗讜谉 讛讟讘注)Travel by train to the University Train Station and from there, you can switch to Line 45 or 7 until the Jewish People Museum/Klausner stop.

Museum of illusions (诪讜讝讬讗讜谉 讛讗砖诇讬讜转)For those coming from outside Tel Aviv, arrival will be via train, getting off at Tel Aviv University Station, then taking Line 2 to Dizengoff/Ben Yehuda stop and a short walk. Alternatively, exit at Tel Aviv HaShalom Train Station and take Line 8 or 36 to the same stop.


馃尭 Haifa

Madatech (诪讚注讟拽)In this case, it’s actually preferable to travel from Jerusalem by bus. Bus line 972 from Jerusalem Central Bus Station offers a direct ride, and you just need to alight at the Hertzel/Sokolov stop and walk from there. Another option is to take bus line 960 and alight at the Merkazit Hamifrats stop, then take the Metronit line 3, getting off at Beit HaKranot. From Tel Aviv, the recommended way is actually by train to the Haifa Bat Galim station, and from there, take buses 37, 37A, 28 and get off at Madatek/Balfour, or buses 18 and 36 and get off at the City Hall stop.

Stella Maris PromenadeArriving at Haifa Center HaShmona Railway Station, take bus line 58 from there to the Cable Car/Stella Maris stop. From Jerusalem, it is recommended to take bus line 960 and getting off at the HaMifrats Central Station, then transfer to bus line 115 to the Tchernichovsky/Gordon College of Education stop.

Louis PromenadeA breathtaking viewpoint overlooking Haifa Bay, you can take bus line 58 from Haifa Center Railway Station to the HaNassi/Iris stop, or bus line 960 or 136 to the Dan Carmel Hotel/HaNassi stop.


It is recommended to plan your trip in advance 馃殽. *There might be unexpected changes.*

Moovit is updated with latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and the Ministry of Transportation.

Happy Passover and Safe Travels! 馃尰馃А

The Moovit Team

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