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You cannot get a recipt for a single fare. You can get a recipt from a Rav-Kav issued by a specific service (The train, Egged, etc.) for the entire purchase (e.g. if you purchased a 50 NIS top off to your card). If you need it for a record, a driver can print the last few rides you made with the card (but he/she does not have to - it's for dispute ...


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As answered to the question Is it possible to travel to Israel if it's not recognised by your passport's country? Israel allows citizens of all countries to enter its borders, as long as they have an appropriate visa. There are countries for whose citizens Israel doesn't require a visa for a tourist stay of no more than 90 days. Pakistan specifically ...


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Just as a follow up: Absolutely no problems arriving or departing Tel Aviv. Security was a breeze - definitely the best, most efficient, and fastest security I have ever seen in an airport, and indeed the only airport where I would agree their security is appropriate. And I loved my visit there, spending time in Tel Aviv and Jaffa, and a superb day trip ...


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Though Pakistan itself is not mentioned, recently an Israeli newspaper published an article on Muslim and Arab tourists in Israel. More than 250,000 Muslim and Arab visitors from countries which have no diplomatic relations with Israel have arrived in Jewish state since 2009. Most of the tourists came from Indonesia and Malaysia, which have no better ...


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Yes. You can, but it is not certain. Israel does welcome tourists. For three months. That said, Israel known to have very tight security, especially around airports and borders. You should be prepared for prolong security interview upon arrival, and could be prevent entry to Israel if the security personnel have any doubt about the purpose of your visit. ...


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The long way around: It may be possible to get to Israel overland from Europe via a ridiculously circuitous route that avoids the current (2016) trouble spots in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Saharan Africa. The first step is to get to Iran, by one of the following routes: From mainland Europe to Turkey, thence west to Iran, crossing the border into Iran ...


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According to their website, in 2016 Salamis Cruise Lines operates an occasional roundtrip cruise from Limassol, Cyprus to Haifa, Israel and back. You would need to contact them to see exactly what happens if you decided not to get back on the ship (assuming you want to visit Israel for more than a day), and it's probably substantially more expensive than ...



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