Visit Ramla – A Fascinating Day Trip

Visit Ramla – A Fascinating Day Trip, Ramla, Israel (B)

Ramla is an ancient city in the centre of Israel, and a great place to visit as a day trip. It’s got a rich history, a mix of cultures, a market you will definitely love and some interesting activities and unique architecture.

I spent a day in Ramla on a tour with the city’s tourism board Go Ramla and discovered its fascinating history, views and flavours.

You can visit Ramla as a day trip from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem. It’s located somewhere in the middle between the two cities.

From Tel Aviv you can take a train or the several bus lines that go to Ramla. Bus number 455 will take you from Tel Aviv’s central bus station to the main street in Ramla in about 30 minutes.

From Jerusalem take a bus from the central bus station and you will be in Ramla in about an hour. For train timetables and fares check the Israel Railways website and for buses check the Moovit app (iPhone / Android).

When not to visit… : Public transport in Israel stops working on Friday afternoon and resumes on Saturday night. Most places will be closed on Saturday. Best plan your trip between Sunday and Thursday. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Visit Ramla – A Fascinating Day Trip
Guide Location: Israel » Ramla
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tal Hayoun
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Ramla Museum
  • Ramla’s Market
  • clock tower
  • White Tower
  • Pool of Arches