Israel is a great holiday destination to experience by car, and Europcar has three locations in the country to help make that happen, with one in Tel Aviv and one in Ben Gurion Airport, as well as a location in Haifa, to ensure that whichever route you take into Israel there will always be a branch on hand to help with all your car hire needs. Each location has access to Europcar's vast fleet of safe, comfortable and modern vehicles, with a choice of models to fit any size of party or budget. Choose from options like child seats, satellite navigation and extra driver cover, and services like 3-step online booking and express pick-up, as well as daily, weekly, monthly, long and short term rental.
Being both the intersection between Africa, Asia and Europe, as well as the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, the State of Israel is a country filled with cultural, ethnic and spiritual diversity. Whilst being popular among pilgrims and religious tourists, the country's archaeological attributes, beaches and climate, and historical significance attract nearly four million visitors a year. Israel has the highest number of museums per capita in the world and an extremely friendly and welcoming populace. It is also a relatively small country, by land area, so travel times are not great. This allows visitors to sunbath on a Mediterranean in the morning and visit Bethlehem, the birthplace of Christ, in the afternoon, or experience the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem one day, then float in the salt-waters of the Dead Sea the next.
The City Of Jerusalem - One of the oldest cities in the world, and of deep religious significance to Christianity, Islam and Judaism, Israel's capital city is one of the world's foremost pilgrimage destinations, filled with countless sacred buildings and relics. A place where the term 'part of living history' really does apply, visitors can walk in the footsteps of prophets, enter buildings constructed on the orders of ancient and legendary kings, and stay in accommodation that crusaders and cardinals may have slept in before. The constant sounds of church bells, the muezzin's call and the shofar, combined with the 24-hour culture of a never-sleeping city doesn't make for the most peaceful of getaways but, added to the vibrancy of the city, does mean you will never be bored.
The City of Tel Aviv - Israel's second-largest city is a modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolis, and one of the country's greatest assets. Incorporating a sun-kissed strip of coastline, where the café culture rules and culinary innovation is a local obsession, along with dozens of modern museums, art galleries, and the Bauhaus-era architecture that gives the town its nickname 'The White City'. Officially ranked as one of the world's ten best beach cities, and famous for an exotic and bustling bar, club and nightlife scene, Tel Aviv is among the most exciting destinations in the Middle East, with the nearby port of Jaffa climbing along with it.