Embassy of Switzerland in Israel

Roads closed to the Embassy on Friday, February 27th 2015

The annual Samsung Marathon is scheduled to take place in Tel Aviv on Friday, February 27th 2015 from 05:00 am till 01:00 pm.

On this occasion, many roads in Tel Aviv (including Hayarkon Street on which the Embassy is situated) will be closed to traffic.

People who have business at the Embassy on that date will have great difficulty reaching the Embassy premises and are invited to reschedule their appointments.

For more information regarding the marathon and its itinerary, please consult the following website: tlv marathon 

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