So, Jerusalem is located directly in the center of the universe, right in the middle, as shown on the historical map:
There's Europe, there's Africa and Asia, there's also what's-its-name America somewhere on the edge (Australia has not yet been opened at the time of publication of the document). However, I personally have never been to this America and therefore doubt its existence. Not to mention Australia.
How to get to Jerusalem? There are no trains to Israel, you can only get there by plane. However, pilgrims report that ferries from Limassol (Cyprus) go to Haifa, but it costs twice more than a plane.
So what is next? We must first go to Tel Aviv. From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem 70 km. The bus from the central bus station Takhana Merkazit takes 50 minutes (not counting traffic jams), costs 29 shk. The train costs about the same, but it takes an hour and a half to the Molha station in Jerusalem. I haven't tried it. A taxi is much faster, but costs three hundred. I haven't tried it either.
There is a minibus from Ben Gurion Airport from the 3rd terminal to Jerusalem, it costs 58 shk. with delivery around the city. Oddly enough, there is no direct bus from the airport; you have to take No. 5 to 'Airport City', and then take No. 405, 945, etc.
IPS: Important! On Saturday you can’t go anywhere here at all, since Shabbat. Keep an eye on the calendar.