Expo Tel Aviv (Tel Aviv Exhibition Gardens)
Address: 101 Sderot Rokah’ Tel Aviv
Map: Expo Tel Aviv
Arriving by Public Transportation:
- Israel Railways (Rakevet Israel): The University Train Station is located near Expo Tel Aviv. Israel Railways
- Egged Bus Company – Bus number 521. Egged
- Dan Bus Company – Bus numbers 12, 22, 40, 89, 189, 389. Dan
- Metropoline Bus Company – Bus numbers 47, 48, 247 from Central Tel Aviv and Raanana/Kfar Saba/Herzliya/Ramat Hasharon. Metropoline
- Kavim Bus Company – Bus number 137. Kavim
Arrival by car:
The Tel Aviv Expo (Tel Aviv Exhibition Gardens) is located at the most strategic point in the metropolis, allowing its quick and convenient access. The Ayalon Highway, Geha Interchange, Hwy 2 and Hwy 5 have direct access to it.
Navigation by Waze.
- Ayalon Highway: To those arriving from the North turn to the Rokach intersection then take a left turn.
- For those arriving from the South turn to the Rokach intersection then take a right turn.
Expo Tel Aviv includes approximately 2,500 parking spaces, located within the Convention Center area, the Sports Arena parking lot and the nearby train station parking lot. Additional parking (2,000 spaces) is available at the nearby Ganey Yehoshua parking lot.
Getting a discounted parking ticket:
As in past years, discounted parking tickets have been arranged for the convenience of the participants of the convention for 29NIS for the entire day.
Attention! The parking ticket must be validated before paying for it.
Parking ticket validation instructions:
- Please access the parking validator (the machine is located on the right side at the lobby) with the parking ticket that you have received at the parking lot.
- Put your ticket into the parking validator.
- Once the ticket has been validated, place it into the payment machine which is located next to the validator and pay the ticket. You can pay by credit card or cash.
Please note! The ticket is good for one time entrance only (you cannot enter and exit using the same ticket more than once).
The Tel Aviv Expo is accessible to people with disabilities.
By-laws of the 2020 World Kabbalah Convention
- Entrance to the convention is for persons 18 years and older. You may attend the convention with infants up to two years of age only at the infant compound. In case parents enter the convention site with children, the children are under the responsibility of the parents at all times.
- Registration for the convention does not bestow accommodation and/or transportation arrangements. To the extent such arrangements are needed, they should be taken care of independently.
- Cancellation requests will only be accepted prior and during the three days of the convention. No cancellations and refunds will be issued following the convention.
- By registering to the convention, I declare that I know that the convention will be filmed and recorded in its public areas, and will be used by the "Bnei Baruch – Kabbalah La’am" Association or anyone on their behalf for distribution through the media. If I appear in these photographs or recordings, I hereby give my prior consent to any publication that may use them, without any compensation.
- Admission to the convention is permitted on presentation of an approved bracelet, which corresponds to the day of admission.
- Management is not responsible for loss of items; personal items should not be left unattended.
A safekeeping compound can be found in the convention complex.
- It is strictly prohibited to bring liquor, animals, hookahs, glassware, firearms of any kind, including knives, gas cylinders, etc. into the convention area.
- The convention is a private event of the "Bnei Baruch – Kabbalah La’am" Association. The management of the association reserves the right to prevent any person from attending the convention.
- Participants are expected to know and respect the rules of conduct used in the activities of the "Bnei Baruch – Kabbalah La’am" Association, as set out in the Student By-laws.
- Participants in the convention are asked to maintain modest and respectful attire as is customary in the Jewish tradition.