Cheapest car hire in Tel Aviv

  • Mini
    Suzuki Alto
    4 |
    2 |
    3 |
    From € 24.31
  • Economy
    Hyundai Getz
    5 |
    2 |
    3 |
    From € 26.55
  • Compact
    Hyundai i20
    5 |
    3 |
    3 |
    From € 29.84
  • Standard
    Hyundai i25 Accent
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 32.77
  • Suv
    Nissan Qashqai
    5 |
    4 |
    5 |
    From € 63.35

*daily rates in Tel Aviv based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Customer questions about Tel Aviv car hire

Hello, our reservation for Tel Aviv juct came through but it's not the car we booked, can you advise please?

Hello, thanks for getting in touch. All of our cars are booked on an 'or similar' basis. This means that we will supply a car of equal or higher specification / capacity to that shown on the quote stage. As we work with a number of rental agents who have complex fleet arrangements we are unable to say 100% the make and model we display will be supplied. However we do guarnatee that it'll be at least the same specification or higher, of course at no additional cost.

Useful things to know about Tel Aviv

  • Tel Aviv is Israel’s second largest city.
  • The inhabitants of Tel Aviv are called Tel Avivim.
  • The city was founded in 1909.
  • It merged with the Arab town of Jaffa in 1950.
  • The city is famous for its UNESCO credited Bauhaus White City.

Tel Aviv Mini Guide

What can you Tell me About Tel Aviv?
If you think Middle Eastern cities are all about dust, smells and religion then Tel Aviv will make you think again. It’s the most western thinking of the cities of the area and has a vibrancy that is unmatched in the region. Skyscrapers dot the skyline and top restaurants and bars cater for the young and rich of the city. It’s very much a 24 hour city and a powerhouse of Israel’s economy. It has a great beach which is very popular with the citizens and tourists, upon which you can do water sports, meet friends, eat, drink or just relax.

Tel Aviv Skyscrapers

How do I Get to Tel Aviv?
Tel Aviv is home to Israel’s biggest international airport, Ben Gurion. Last year over 12 million passengers used it to travel to and from the city. Nine miles from the city centre, the airport is connected by buses, train links, taxis and more to the centre and was voted best Middle Eastern airport for its facilities and service. Many airlines fly from the UK to Tel Aviv including BA, El Al and budget carrier easyJet.

What is There to See and Do in Tel Aviv?
For anyone interested in the origins of the city, head to Old Jaffa, the biblical city and departure point of Jonah before he was consumed by the whale. The city is an ancient monument in itself and carefully protected by the Ministry of Antiquities. Back in the city, take a walk down Rothschild Boulevard, considered to be the prettiest street in Tel Aviv and lined with stunning, protected Bauhaus designed buildings. For a poignant afternoon, visit the Museum of Israel where, whatever your viewpoint on Middle Eastern affairs, you can’t help being moved by the sacrifices made by the Jewish nation in order to establish and protect their identity and country.

Tel Aviv Rothschild Boulevard

What can I buy to Take Home With me?
Shopping is fabulous in Tel Aviv, whether it’s the modern air conditioned malls or the ramshackle bazaars and narrow streets, there’s a great selection. Many go there especially for the diamonds and diamond jewellery that are made by experts and turned into exquisite and often unique pieces. Elsewhere, the huge art scene in the city means that there are some great works for sale at very reasonable prices with a good chance you’ll pick up a piece by a future genius.

What is There to eat in Tel Aviv?
Much of what there is to eat in the city is based on international cuisine although there are many outlets that serve traditional Middle Eastern food such as falafel and hummus. With its eclectic mix of cultures, much of the food on offer is a fusion of different styles and the food aficionado will be in heaven in the city.

How do I Party in Tel Aviv?
Matching its 24 hour lifestyle is Tel Aviv’s 24 hour party scene. Parties can begin with a group of friends relaxing, drinking and chatting on the beach followed by a great meal in one of the city’s top restaurants. After that, maybe one of the city’s bars, before going on to some of the best dance clubs in the Eastern Mediterranean. When that finally closed in the small hours, many then retire to coffee shops.

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Tel Aviv is a surprising city. You’d imagine a large commercial centre like this would be low on attractions but Tel Aviv has a lot to keep the tourist busy. Old Jaffa, which merged with Tel Aviv in 1950, is one of the world’s oldest ports and the site from which Jonah set sail for his encounter with the whale.

If you’ve got a hire car, take a look at Rabin Square, the largest square in Israel and the place where Israeli Premier Yitzak Rabin was assassinated by a right wing Israeli protesting at the terms of a peace treaty.

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