Holon is a city in Israel and a subrub of Tel Aviv.


The name of the city in Hebrew meaning "(little)sand". Holon was founded in 1940 after a merge of 5 neighborhoods.

Get in

By bus

The easiest way to get to Holon from Tel Aviv and other nearby cities is by bus. Egged and Dan operating sereval bus lines from Tel Aviv to Holon, most of them have high frequency. There is now intercity service in the city except bus lines 404 and 406 from Jerusalem but these lines only have very few trips a day each direction. The price of a trip is 5.90 ILS.

From the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv

There is no direct bus line from inside the central bus station to Holon.
from Levinsky street: Line 89.
from HaHagana train station: Lines 71, 75, 76, 171, 271.
from Har Zion street: Lines 126, 189, 289.

From Arlozorov train station and Azrieli Center in Tel Aviv

Lines 71, 75, 76, 171, 271.

From Central Tel Aviv

from Ibn Gabirol street: Lines 89, 126, 189, 289.
from Carmel Market: Lines 3, 72, 88, 129, 172.
from Dizengoff street: Lines 72, 129, 172.

From Rishon LeZion

Lines 2, 20, 71, 72, 95, 126, 129.

From Bat Yam

Lines 11, 43, 87, 88, 99, 143.

By train

There are 4 train stations at the western border of the city with Bat Yam. The train is fairly expensive.

By car

Get around

Although the city is city of nearly 190,000 inhabitants, The territory of the city is quite small and most places are reachable by foot although sometimes you will need to use a bus or a car.
Inside the city, Egged operates 3 internal bus lines(Lines 2, 4, 5).




The city has a single shopping mall and some small outdoor shopping centers.




There are no hotels in Holon but you can stay at the hotels in the cities Bat Yam and Tel Aviv that located very close to Holon.

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