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Discover Israel.

Whether you’re here on a pilgrimage or sightseeing, Israel is a fascinating and politically controversial country. Religious tourists should make the most of their time here by visiting Jerusalem’s sacred sites, while those after a beach holiday will find the Dead Sea a unique experience.

There are also the old cities of Tzfat and Nazareth for those hoping to take a step through history, as well as cosmopolitan Tel Aviv with its cafes and beaches.

Why book with Zest Car Rental in Israel?

Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Israel. Booking a car through us is simple and hassle-free because we believe in making things easy. We won’t charge any amendment or credit card fees or try to confuse you with unnecessary jargon. We’ll just be open and honest.  

We work with carefully selected and trusted car hire suppliers in Israel to ensure you get the best customer service. If you need to talk to us, our UK based head office is open 6 days a week and we also operate a 24/7 emergency phone line.

We realise that sometimes, accidents happen. That’s why we give you peace of mind with breakdown assistance throughout the Holy Land as well as offering top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered.  

Exploring Israel

What Israel lacks in size, it more than makes up for when it comes to variety. Once you land here, it’s likely you’ll be heading to one of these locations:

The capital of Israel, Jerusalem, is a fascinating city and represents the meeting point for three of the world’s main religions – Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. The most important religious buildings are to be found in the Old City and include the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Temple Mount, Hurva Synagogue, Dome of the Rock shrine, the Western Wall, and Al-Aqsa Mosque. 

If you’re after a sightseeing tour of the landscape, head to the Dead Sea. The feeling of floating on water 10 times saltier than the sea is peculiar to say the least, while rocky deserts and rolling hills make for a spectacular backdrop. Alternatively, head to the Golan Heights, the mountainous northern region is one of the most beautiful and travelled areas in Israel. If you can, make sure you visit the mountains and valleys of Galilee as well.

If you’ve arrived via Tel Aviv Airport you’re well placed to explore the local wonders as well as the crisp, clean architecture of Tel Aviv’s business district. This popular city by the seaside is perfect for showcasing the cosmopolitan side of the country and is always bustling with activity.