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Car hire Israel
Car hire Israel

From the ancient synagogues and crusader castles to the historic walks along the Old Quarter, Israel offers visitors a glimpse of the country’s past, present and future. With a picturesque location along the Mediterranean Sea, the eastern shore enjoys cool summer breezes and offers long rides along the coast with cheap car hire in Israel.

Quite possibly the liveliest city in Jerusalem and definitely the hub for culture and the arts, Tel Aviv is the oldest established city in the country. With 14kms of coastline, the city offers the best parts of a metropolis and seaside town. Gan HaPisga, the Summit Garden, is a haven for visitors and locals alike interested in soaking up the vibrant nightlife and café culture.

Israel’s capital city of Jerusalem also offers a mix of history and modernity, from its historic and archaeological sites to its chic restaurants and contemporary museums. Considered to be the holiest city in the world, Jerusalem consists of a number of historically documented sites. With cheap car hire in Israel, visitors may journey out to the Kidroon Valley which houses Mary’s tomb.

The Dome of the Rock and Mount of Olives are also sights worth visiting while trekking around the city. Perhaps the most monumental of sights is the Old City, which is divided into four religious corners: Christian, Muslim, Arab and Jewish.

Israeli is no exception when partaking in the rich Mediterranean customs of cafés and bistros. Its location along the sea affords the country the opportunity to fuse Turkish, French, Spanish, Greek and Italian influences into its local cuisine.