No aterrice en una ciudad extraña sin saber cómo va a encontrar su hotel. Reserve el traslado privado desde el aeropuerto de Ben Gurion de Tel Aviv hoy mismo si desea una llegada sin complicaciones a una ciudad complicada.
Llegada sin estrés en Tel AvivTraslado privado de puerta a puerta entre el Aeropuerto de Tel Aviv y su hotel ubicado en el centro de Tel AvivAsientos cómodos con espacio para las piernas, aire acondicionado y depósito de equipajesDisfrute de un servicio de traslado cómodo, agradable y libre de problemasSu conductor profesional se encarga de recibirloTraslados privados operan las 24 horas, 7 días a la semana
En realidad no debería calificar este punto, pues no se dio el traslado. Cuando llegué al aeropuerto no vi a ningún representante del operador con un cartel con mi nombre, como se suponía según el anuncio.
No tenía un teléfono internacional ni dinero del país para llamar al operador. entonces, como viajero frecuente que soy, solucioné el problema por otros medios.
Cuando días después solicité el reintegro del dinero el operador alegó una y otra cosa para no pagarlo. Pero Viator, como empresa seria que es, entendió que mis explicaciones tenían sentido y aceptó hacerme el reintegro. Bien por Viator, mal por el operador
My driver was VERY late and had the nerve to tell me he had been outside for 20 minutes. a lie by the way
Bein Harim had my flight info arrival details and they confirmed via email that my driver would be in the Arrivals area of Ben Gurion with a sign with my name on it.
My plane landed at 4:30am 15 minutes early and I was through Customs/Immigration within minutes. I walked out into the Arrivals area of the terminal before 5am and found that my driver was not there. I had checked every person with a sign and no one had my name. I even went outside where some taxis and cars were waiting and my driver was not there either. I finally called Bein Harim and they didn't know where the driver was.
Long story short, the driver a young Israeli man FINALLY came around 1 hour after my scheduled arrival time. He didn't have a sign with my name, but somehow, he figured out I was his pick up maybe because I was the only one left on my flight still standing there and not looking local. He did say my name, so I followed him out to the waiting 'van', which by the way was not very clean looking on the outside or inside. Oh, and he had the nerve to tell me he'd been waiting outside for 20 minutes. That was a lie as I had checked inside and outside the arrivals terminal and he was not there.
The good thing was it was only a 20 minute drive to my hotel in Tel Aviv, as there was no traffic at 6am.
Given that I did not want to start my first visit to the Middle East on a bad note, I still gave the driver a tip. He didn't say 'thank you', nor did he get his late and lying butt out to open the door for me.
Instead of wasting time waiting for their driver, I recommend taking a cab/taxi and just make sure they have the meter on.