you rent a car, I
recommend to download the free navigator WAZE
getting off the highway, look for a sign "Old Talpiot" Just
follow it and you will get invariably onto Dev Hevron (see attached
maps). Follow it until you get to Ein Gedi - take a left there. Up
the hill, Ein Gedi becomes a one-way-street - take a left into Efrata
and then take a right twice and you are on Beitar Street. After Ein
Gedi, take a right after the second house.
entrance is on Carlebach Sreet, more a walkway than a street.
It is also the entrance to the parking lot which has free parking.
Please be sure not to park right at the house - you would risk
getting a ticket. The apartment is the last one on top of the stairs.
you are taking a sherut, a shared taxi, from the airport: just keep
walking straight after getting out of customs until you are on the
street. Sheruts are parked to your right. Your destinatination is
Beitar 22 Old Talpiot/2nd house after En Gedi. Fare is about 70 NIS, when I took it some
book a sherut return, call 6222553 from the apartment phone, one day
before departure (not earlier, not later)
use a bus, you now need a chip card which can be purchased at many
places. One place selling chip cards is in the shopping center on
General Pierre Koenig St down the street En Gedi a little further
down from Dev Hevron.
Using the bus, enter in google maps “ Beitar St 22, Jerusalem“ and where you want to start from.