Yitzhak Navon Railway Station

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Yitzhak Navon is one of Israel’s newest railway stations, and one of the world’s deepest at 80 meters below ground. Sometimes called Hauma, this station has multiple levels, a sleek modern design, vaulted glass ceilings, and mosaics on the walls. With over 5,500 square meters of space underground, it can also serve as a refuge for 5,000 people in an emergency situation. It’s named after Yitzhak Navon, a Jerusalem native and Israel’s fifth president.

Yitzhak Navon Railway Station

Traveling To and From Yitzhak Navon

Because it is such a new station, it currently only uses routes from Jerusalem to Herzliya. It stops at Ben Gurion airport and stations throughout Tel Aviv. Learn more about getting to and from Ben Gurion using other methods with our guide. We have a more detailed article on the Yitzhak Navon line from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv. I

t’s faster than the other trains or forms of transport, and goes directly from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, or back, in about 30 minutes. It’s located directly across from Jerusalem’s central bus station and the light rail. In our opinion, it’s the best way to quickly and easily get from these two cities, and gives you a number of choices for further travel. To ride these lines, you can purchase a ticket in advance online if you’re using a Rav Kav. You can also purchase single or multi ride tickets at any train station.

Things To do on both ends

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are two of the country’s most popular cities to visit, and with good reason. Jerusalem is historic, iconic, and layered with a rich complexity that makes it endlessly compelling. Our Jerusalem day tour covers the city from corner to corner with a local guide.

It’s also the starting point for a number of tours outside the city. Jordan is a popular destination, and we offer a single day tour of Petra, or a 2 day tour of Petra and Wadi Rum. Or you can also combine a tour of the city with a visit to Bethlehem to really immerse yourself in biblical history. Tel Aviv is a modern bastion of culture, art, and the finest Israeli dining. Explore the city with a Tel Aviv street art tour or the urban tour that explores the city’s architecture, food, and street art. Or escape the city and head north on a day tour to Capernaum, Yardenit, and the Galilee to experience a more historic side of the country.

Yitzhak Navon

This incredibly convenient station runs between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in only 30 minutes! It’s the perfect location for starting adventures in either city. Its super modern facilities and beautiful design make it a delight to visit.

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