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About the Edmund J. Safra Science Campus : Nature Park & Galleries
The Hebrew University 360° tour
Walking tour of the Edmond J. Safra Campus
More about the Manchester House, Einstein Institute of Mathematics building
By Bus (In Jerusalem):
From the Jerusalem central bus station : Line number 66, 68 or 14
Get off the bus at The Hebrew University, Edmond J. Safra Campus in Givat Ram,
Walk to the Manchester House through the Magnes Boulevard as on the map above.
(Line 9a was cancelled as of 29.6.12 Line 69 was cancelled as of 21.2.14)
From other parts of town:
line 7 route (in Hebrew) From Ramat Rachel through Bak'aa (Geulim), the downtown area (New as of 29.6.12) line 9 route (in Hebrew) From the Chords Bridge through the northen neighborhoods and the downtown area (Updated route as of 1.7.13) line 9 route (in Hebrew) From Giva'at Mordechai through Nayot (Updated route as of 1.7.13) line 14 route (in Hebrew) From the Malcha mall through Old Katamon (Gonen) line 35 route (in Hebrew) From the Malcha mall through Kiryat Yovel, Beit Hakerem (New as of 29.6.12) line 42 route (in Hebrew) From Mount Scopus campus through Ramot junction line 42 route (in Hebrew) From Hadassa Ein Karem through Kiryat Yovel line 66 route (in Hebrew) From Pisgat Ze'ev through Morasha (Musrara), the downtown area, central bus station (New as of 21.2.14) line 68 route (in Hebrew) From Mount Scopus campus through Bar-Ilan, central bus station (Line 69 was cancelled as of 21.2.14)
- Map of station locations at the entrance to the Edmond J. Safra Campus
News (As of Oct. 27th, 2016) : Temporary changes in the station locations at the entrance to the Edmond J. Safra Campus
שינויים בהסדרים בתנועה ובמיקום תחנות האוטובוס בכניסה הראשית לקמפוס אדמונד י' ספרא החל מ-27.10.16
- עלון סטודנטים Information booklet : New routes to the Hebrew University (as of 21.2.14), and route map of all the available routes
- Jerusalem journey planner
- CallKav: Israel transportation search engine
The HUJI shuttle bus:
A shuttle service (schedule) is available to Hebrew University staff and students between the Mount Scopus and Safra campuses.
Please note that the shuttle doesn't run during semester breaks.
Givat Ram Parking Details (map)
Park and walk to the Manchester House as on the map above
- Parking is available outside the campus
- Parking in the parking lot next to the main gate of the Edmond J. Safra Campus, Givat Ram, is restricted to Hebrew University personnel
- Parking within the campus requires a car entry permit
If the driver doesn't know the location of the Institute of Mathematics, tell him to go to the Belgium house (pronounced "Beit Bélgia" in Hebrew) and then proceed uphill (to the East) as far as he can go. This should put you about 50 meters from the entrance to our building.
By Bus (from outside Jerusalem):
Egged Ta'avura line 100 from the Shapirim interchange and Mitzpe Modi'in (New as of 22.2.15)
More details (in Hebrew)
There is a free shuttle service between Tel-Aviv and the Shapirim interchange.
For security reasons, the Hebrew University campuses are shielded against incoming hyper-jumps. Beam yourself to the parking lot at the right end of the map, pass security, and walk to the Manchester House. Beware of the buses! They are large rectangular metal frames moving at high speed, and collision with them is best avoided.
Getting from the airport to JerusalemThe Ben Gurion (AKA "Tel Aviv") International Airport is located roughly 50km (40 minutes drive on a clear road) from Jerusalem.
The two main ways of getting from the airport to the hotel are:
- Taxi: Finding one should be easy as soon as you step out of the terminal building (at the arrival level).
The price should be roughly 325 NIS.
We strongly recommend to ask the driver for the price BEFORE getting on the Taxi.
- A door-to-door shuttle service (Sherut): "NESHER"
One of the alternatives to a private taxi is called a "sherut" which is essentially a shared taxi (van). The sherut service at Ben Gurion Airport is operated by a company called "Nesher". These taxis are available 24 hours a day.
Their service is a bit spartan (they usually insist on filling the shuttle and sitting is a bit crowded), but effective.
They are located near the Taxis (just step out of the terminal building at the arrival level and look for a sign or ask around). Make sure you located the shuttles going to Jerusalem (there are also shuttles going to other areas).
Transportation to and from the Airport (information from the Israel Airports Authority site)
N. Levin, email: naavah at math.huji.ac.il
Design, construction & editing: N. Levin
Background image © copyright 1997 by Xah Lee, used with permission.
Last updated: Feb. 11th, 2016