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Commutting between train station ans kottel/ben huda

which bus would one take..thank you

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answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Ra`ananna

Hello, Bus # 6 Connects the railway station, the city center near Ben-Yehuda pedestrian zone, and the northwest section of the Old City Wall. To go to the Kottel (Wailing Wall) you can either walk from there (about 20 min through the Old City markets, an experience not to be missed!), or take bus # 1 which circles the Old City Walls on the outside and will bring you to the Kottel.

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Jerusalem

Why would you find yourself in Jerusalem's train station? Currently it is totally impractical to reach Jerusalem by train, as it takes at least double the time and the Jerusalem train station is in the middle of nowhere - far from anywhere a tourist may want to be.
OTOH, if you are going for the train ride itself (quite scenic) that's another story. :)

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Jerusalem District

If you are in the city center, King George/Ben Yehuda or King David or so you can pick the bus route No. א38.

Below you can find the Stops of the bus route No. א38

Total Fare: 6.60 NIS

Here is Egged Trip Planner site in English:">

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Vildbjerg

Get on bus number 4 or א 4 at Malkha Parking Lot near Jerusalem Malkha Train Station to Ben Yahuda Street and get off at the stop "King George / Ben Yahuda".

Http:// (map link), which shows a bus terminal to the right of Malkha train station.

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Vildbjerg

Jerusalem Transportation Map:

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