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Travel Information

COVID-19 Safety Update

We intend to deliver a first class conference experience in a safe environment in compliance with all Israeli  COVID-19 safety and mitigation measures which are published here:

Global Radiology CME is not affiliated with any hotel or travel company. All travel plans and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the registrant. By booking a the conference hotel and this conference, registrants agree to all disclaimers and waivers here: Global Radiology CME Disclaimers

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Inbal Jerusalem Hotel View of Old City

Inbal Jerusalem Hotel View of Old City

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The Inbal Jerusalem Pool

The Conference Hotel:

As one of Jerusalem’s finest, most luxurious hotels, The Inbal is ideally positioned as your ultimate gateway to explore Jerusalem’s authentic atmosphere, a pure reflection of the city in which it resides. Combining a sophisticated elegance with warmth and comfort, The Inbal offers a range of rooms and suites to match every need. With service that always goes above and beyond what you expect, they promise that your visit will be unforgettable. 


Dining at The Inbal takes modern cuisine to the highest standard, with gourmet restaurants that offer five star service, a wonderfully warm atmosphere, and a wide variety of local and international tastes. The Inbal offers a wide range of culinary styles, reflecting the Chef’s passion for creating a wealth of new flavor combinations and delicious foods that are uniquely Jerusalem.

For the special group rates below book directly with The Inbal Hotel online and use the promo code: radiology. You may also call the hotel directly and use promocode: radiology. Phone:  +972 2-675-6666 Rates and booking are provided by The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel and subject to The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel terms and policies. A credit card is required for payment to guarantee the reservation.

Book Inbal Hotel here: Use Promo Code: radiology

Global Radiology CME Inbal Discounted Rates


Guest Room Rates Double occupancy:

US $350 for Standard Room
US $510 for Premium Patio View

Supplement for upgraded rooms, per night, net:

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  • Special requests: Please contact the The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel directly.
  • Guests staying in Premium Rooms and Suites receive complimentary access to the
    Executive Lounge.
  • Above rates are per night, for Standard New City view room, on bed and breakfast basis,
  • Above rates are for minimum 4 consecutive nights.
  • VAT will be applicable for Israeli citizens and according to the Israeli law.
  • Porterage in/out - $4 per person. Porterage will be charged automatically unless
    written confirmation will apply in advance.
  • Third adult sup 18+ Per room: $90
  • Credit for unconsumed breakfast: per person: $11
  • Book early as rates are subject to availability at time of reservation. 

  • Cut off will occur when the limited block of rooms is fully booked.

  • After the cut-off, it is at Hotel’s discretion whether to accept additional reservations, which will be subject to prevailing rates and availability. 

  • Rates do not include automatic or mandatory charges (e.g. resort charges) or tips, gratuities, or services charges for employees, unless otherwise expressly stated.

Additional Accommodations:

There are numerous hotels and B&B's with varying amenities and price ranges within 0.5 miles of the conference hotel. A few of these hotels include The Dan Panorama Jerusalem, The  King David Hotel, and Three Arches YMCA,


Global Radiology CME is not affiliated with any hotel or travel company. All travel plans and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the registrant. By booking a the conference hotel and this conference, registrants agree to all disclaimers and waivers here: Global Radiology CME Disclaimers

Jerusalem Information:


Most Europeans, Americans, and Australians do not require an entry visa for Israel. Participants are requested to consult the Israeli Embassy or Consulate in their home country for specific details related to visa requirements. All visitors to Israel must hold a passport that is valid for at least six months from the date they are departing the country. Of note, Israel does not require entry stamps on foreign passports.


General Passport and Visa Information

Tourist Visa Information for Each Country


Upon request, Global Radiology CME will send a personal letter of invitation to participate in the Conference. It should be understood that such an invitation is only meant to assist participants raise travel funds or obtain a visa and does not represent a commitment on the part of the Global Radiology CME.  If needed, participants can request an invitation letter by email to Global Radiology CME at

Travel from the Airport to Jerusalem


The shuttle bus from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem (#485) is available 24 hours a day, 6 days a week (not on Shabbat). Generally, it departs hourly during this time, and runs to several central points in Jerusalem, including Jerusalem’s Central Bus Station. The journey time to Jerusalem is approximately 1 hour. The central drop-off in Jerusalem avoids the city’s heavy traffic. While exiting the bus, you can easily transfer to the Light Rail or a local bus. You can grab a local taxi to anywhere in the city. These are all significantly cheaper than a taxi from the airport to Jerusalem.


A new high-speed train from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem also now operates with one stop in the middle at the airport. Now, transport between the airport and Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon Station in central Jerusalem is just over 20 minutes.

To see the train timetable, visit the Israel Railways website.


Using a Tel Aviv airport taxi, based on the official regulated fixed prices, your taxi trip should not cost more than €70 and take around 50 minutes, in normal traffic conditions. 


All meals at the Inbal Hotel are kosher. Please notify us if you have any dietary restrictions.


The State of Israel's currency is the New Israel Shekel (NIS) or shekel for short. There are 100 agorot in each shekel. International credit cards are accepted for payment in most hotels, restaurants and shops. Exchange offices and ATM's are available throughout the city and at Ben-Gurion International Airport. We recommend that you change some money at the airport for immediate needs.


When a restaurant bill does not include service, a 12% tip should be added. In hotels, one tips the bellhop or any other service provider. Taxi drivers are generally not tipped.


The Israeli power supply is single phase 220 volts at 50 Hertz. Most power sockets in Israel have three pin holes, and most work with double-pin European plugs. We will have charging stations available at the conference with 220 volt receptacles for Europe, UK, Asia, South Africa, and Australasia plugs. There will also be charging receptacles for 120 volt North American style plugs.


The seminar language is English.


No vaccinations or additional health precautions are required. More here:


Global Radiology CME does not accept liability for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are strongly advised to take out their own personal insurance policies in their country of origin.


The time in Israel is GMT+3

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