Jerusalem's old city: a bright car trip

Jerusalem's old city: a bright car trip

The old city of Jerusalem is one of the oldest in the world. A huge number of legends and historical facts attract tourists and pilgrims from all over the world. The official representative of Europcar Holyland Cars offers to visit the legendary places in comfort. Rent a car in Israel is an opportunity to pave the route from the airport to Jerusalem at a convenient time and at a convenient speed.

The branch in Jerusalem is located on the street. King David, 19. Tel: + 972-52-3414669

The journey begins with the choice of car

Renting a car in Israel is appropriate for anyone who wants to combine rest and movement in memorable places. And the fact that one of the oldest cities in the world is littered with significant objects, no doubt. Therefore, car rental in Israel is in demand and offers excellent conditions: low prices, a wide choice of car models, seasonal discounts, more than 20 offices around the country, at any of which, at the end of the trip, you can return the car without surcharges. The traveler only needs to choose a car that is suitable for him to get acquainted with cultural and historical monuments - and go!

Historical Routes

Renting a car in Israel is an opportunity to visit the Kidron and Hinn valleys, visit the Damascus Gate, see the Scopus Mountains and the Olive, which are east of Jerusalem. Each of these locations has its own historical references. And within the city, which is developing so dynamically today, you can visit the Israel Museum, the Museum of Biblical countries, Mount of Memory, Jerusalem Bible Zoo and much more. Here, car rental in Israel will be just in time, as traveling around the numerous attractions of the city will be carried out in a comfortable atmosphere. In addition, Jerusalem is located near the two seas - it is simply not possible to resist the temptation to travel to the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. Bright rest and pleasant impressions from trips will be remembered for a long time.