Going on a trip to Israel, tourists try to consider all the details. The most important thing in trip is a precious time. In fact, for a short period there is so much to do and see. Of course, you can save money and choose urban transport as transportation, but it will not help you to save time.
The best option is a taxi from the company Emun Taxi — that is easy, comfortable, safe.
You can book a taxi to Ramat Hasharon, by phone or via the contact form on the website. Our operators in the shortest possible time will process your application.
You will definitely know:
Making an order in advance, you can save your time and nerves.
Ramat Hasharon is located in the Northern part of the Tel Aviv district. It has the highest standard of living compared to other cities in Israel.
Why do you need transfer from Emun Taxi?
We guarantee the comfort and safety of our professional passenger transportation. Our clients who have used our taxi service, know about all the amenities of the transfer.
You will be able:
We will do everything to take you to Ramat Hasharon with great comfort, and make a return journey from this magnificent city as comfortable too.
The company Emun Taxi has been in the market of passenger transportation for about 20 years. During this time, a large number of people began to trust us. All who have used our services, dial the number of our agency arriving in Israel to get qualitative and affordable taxi service. Many customers book the transfer in advance on the website. Our service works online. You can place an order at any time.
Advantages of booking the transfer via the website:
1. You know which car you will drive.
2. You can get a discount for the transfer service.
3. You know the final cost of your trip.
In addition, you can ask our managers and couriers to stipulate special conditions for the delivery of luggage and other trip details.
Call the company "Emun Taxi" and you will forget about the difficulties that you may encounter on a trip to Israel. You will only have to enjoy the journey through this Holy Land.