All visitors entering Israel must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date they will leave Israel.

Visitors are allowed to remain in Israel for up to 3 months from the date of their arrival.

Please check to see if your country of origin belongs to the Visa Waiver Program which entitles citizens of certain countries to enter Israel without having to arrange a visa ahead of time.

To see the list of countries click here.

Visitors from countries that are not members of the Visa Waiver Program must make a request for an entry permit/visa from the Israeli consulate in their country or region before they arrive to Israel.

Travel to and from Ben Gurion Airport
By Bus: Bus stops are located in Terminal 3 on the second level of the multilevel road, across from Gates 21 and 23. Buses are frequent to Tel-Aviv Central Bus Station and to Tel-Aviv’s Arlozorov Train Station. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes. For more information click here.

By Train: The train station is located on Level S adjacent to the Greeters’ Hall.

Train tickets can be purchased through automatic ticket machines on Level G of the terminal. Tel Aviv has four train stations. For best access to the city center, use either “Tel Aviv Merkaz” (officially named “Savidor”), or “Hashalom”. For more information click here. Journey time is approximately 20 minutes.

By Taxi: Taxi  Stations are located are located on Level G of the Multi Level Road. Journey time is approximately 20 minutes