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Where to pick up your car
There are over 30 car hire locations in Israel, and the most popular city is Tel Aviv.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Israel are Alamo, Thrifty, Hertz, Europcar and Enterprise.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Israel are December and January.
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Israel is a passionate country, filled for both religious pilgrims and voyagers alike.
This holy land is more than just a religious destination. It is made up of both modern cities and ancient sites as well as breath-taking landscapes – some quiet and eerie, others lively and colourful.
Hire a car to reach the outer edges of the country and venture into its desolate, yet beautiful, deserts. easyCar compares the top car hire brands in Israel for you, so you can pick the right supplier for your travel needs.
Travel and car hire tips
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From Friday sunset to Saturday sunset each week, Israeli cities observe the Jewish Shabbat. This is practiced in different degrees throughout the country – in Tel Aviv there will cars on the road and some shops will be open, while in Jerusalem no work will be done and everything will be closed.
Israel is fairly relaxed towards western-dress. However, if you are visiting religious sites you must dress conservatively. Women are to cover their legs and upper arms when entering both mosques and synagogues and men are to wear a kippah (hemispherical shaped cap) to synagogues.
Some might state the falafel as the heart of Israeli cuisine. You’ll find these little deep-fried balls of fava beans and chickpeas being sold at high end restaurants as well as street food stalls.
Alongside falafel, this thick dip of smashed chickpeas has spread across the Middle East and the West. You’ll find a number of different varieties of hummus in Israel, commonly served as a starter or side dish.
A traditional Mizrahi Jewish sandwich, which has become an iconic Israeli street food. Made of aubergine, onion, boiled eggs and tahini, everyone has their own opinion on the best place to get it.
Start your morning off with this traditional Israeli breakfast. Eggs are cracked into a mix of tomatoes and peppers, and served up smoking hot.
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The ultimate Israel road trip
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport TLV
Tel Aviv Airport is the busiest airport in Israel, serving the coast and Jerusalem.
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Leave the arrival hall and enter the main hall, then take the escalator or elevator down to the first floor.
A legendary port town and national park with ancient Roman ruins and stunning beaches.
An easy town to fall in love with, enjoy its famous winery and views of the Mediterranean.
This historic city is believed to be one of the longest continuously inhabited cities.
A spiritual holy mountain town where architecture is accented in blue and many artists congregate.
Israeli National Parks
Just west of the Dead Sea, Beit Guvrin-Maresha features archaeological ruins, an ancient village and an amazing 480 caves. Quarried during the 4th to 9th century, the bell shaped caves are the main attraction here, some of which are linked by tunnels and reach heights of 1.28 metres.
Ein Gedi Reserve
One of the country’s most popular hiking destinations, Ein Gedi is a landscape of varied formations, flora and fauna. Close to Jerusalem, the reserve offers a variety of walking paths that will take you past springs and greenery, which contrast with the surrounding desert.
Masada National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, situated on a flat plateau 1,500 feet above the Dead Sea. The fortress, built in 30 BCE, and was once a strong hold for Jewish zealots, is an impressive well-preserved structure. Walk the famous snake path or travel up the mountain by cable car.