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Land at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport, pick up your Avis car rental and hit the road … There’s no time to waste when Israel lies ahead.
Take Route 1 from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport and reach downtown Tel Aviv in just 20 minutes. An incredibly modern and cosmopolitan city with year-round sunshine, Tel Aviv is an ideal getaway destination. The second most populous city in Israel, Tel Aviv is full of tall skyscrapers, busy clubs, posh restaurants, popular cafes and non-stop entertainment. With beautiful beaches, it also offers the opportunity to relax and unwind.
To see the city’s most vibrant and bustling area, head to the Yemenite Quarter and Rothschild Boulevard, where you can sit and enjoy a coffee at a cafe overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Learn about the city’s complicated and fascinating history at the Museum of the History of Tel Aviv.
The Dizengoff Center is a must-visit destination for shoppers, where you’ll find everything from designer labels to vintage clothes, as well as restored furniture. Roam the streets and admire the Bauhaus architecture of the White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Tel Aviv has much to offer. To see the best of it, get behind the wheel of your Avis rental car and drive.
Frequent renters get upgraded – and additional days for free – by signing up for Avis Preferred loyalty benefits. Simply choose a date and time and we’ll prepare your quality hire car.
Energetic cities, scenic landscapes, rich history … Israel offers everything you could dream of for a truly unique road trip. Outside of Tel Aviv, there’s plenty more to discover from the comfort of your hire car.
Just a 40-minute drive on Route 1 from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem is often the primary reason for visiting Israel. Considered the spiritual centre of the world, Jerusalem is a holy place for Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Even if you’re not religious, you’ll appreciate attractions like the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Western Wall and the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Beyond the religious highlights, explore Jerusalem’s vibrant streets and bazaars.
About 50 minutes from Tel Aviv along Route 2 is Caesarea, an ancient Phoenician port city conquered by Alexander Jannaeus. Explore the ancient fortifications from the Crusader occupation of this city, as well as the impressive Roman theatre. Caesarea is settled right on the Mediterranean coast, making the drive here extremely pleasant.
Floating in the Dead Sea is a must when visiting Tel Aviv. Drive 140km to Masada (via Route 1 and Route 90) to experience this fascinating attraction, which is actually a hyper-saline lake containing so much salt it’s impossible to sink in.
To make it a journey you won’t forget, pick up your Avis car hired from Israel’s Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport and get out there.