Tel Aviv is Israel’s second most populous city and an ever-increasing popular destination for a number of travellers from all over the world. The city is known for its warm Mediterranean climate, coastal location, and excellent beaches, as well as its renowned culture that offers 24-hour entertainment, an irresistible draw for many. Getting around the city to enjoy its countless attractions and many places of interest is best done with the use of a private car. Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers many options when it comes to renting a car hire in Tel Aviv, including luxury saloons and versatile multi-purpose vans. Having your own transport is highly recommended as it enables you the freedom to get out and go, wherever and whenever you choose. The Enterprise branch in Tel Aviv is conveniently located near Frishman Beach. The friendly and helpful English-speaking staff are always eager to help visitors choose an ideal vehicle that will suit their specific needs while staying in Tel Aviv.
Enterprise hire cars and vans are available in a wide range of styles and classes, so you can choose one that suits your purpose. Smaller compact and economy cars are ideal for couples or families who plan to use their rental car in Tel Aviv mostly for city driving, but if you need more passenger or luggage space, or if you want to explore rural areas further afield, you should consider something larger, like a 4x4 SUV or even a 9-seater people carrier. For transporting goods, Enterprise’s in-city branch offers a fleet of various modern vans, ranging from sleek and small to Luton vans.
In addition to the Enterprise's in-city Tel Aviv branch, they also have a convenient car hire service available at Ben Gurion Airport. Located 12 miles southeast of the city, you can easily drive from the airport to Tel Aviv via toll road Route 1, which takes about 40 minutes. Alternatively, you can take the toll-free Route 4, but it will take a bit longer. Don’t hesitate to ask the friendly, English-speaking Enterprise staff for advice on routes or any other concerns. They’ll be happy to help in any way they can to ensure your experience in Tel Aviv is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Tel Aviv is famed for its 24-hour parties and entertainment lifestyle. There are countless dance clubs, live music venues, and restaurants, as well as numerous bars and cafes that offer entertainment, great food, and refreshments throughout the many districts of Tel Aviv. Cultural venues include Eretz Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The city is also known for its many parks and green spaces, where you can relax in a much calmer atmosphere and enjoy the natural surroundings. Yarkon Park is the city’s largest park and offers sporting facilities, a water park, and botanical gardens. The park also stages many live music concerts, often featuring international stars.
Enterprise’s car and van hire services offer unbeatable value for money. Offering affordable vehicle rentals without compromising on quality is what makes Enterprise stand out, and they continue to attract returning customers who appreciate great deals and great service. The cheapest deals can be found by booking online, and special weekend rates can be especially tempting. Enterprise also ensures that your fuel costs will be as low as possible by only renting vehicles that are modern and expertly maintained to be as fuel-efficient as possible.
Even though Israel is a rather small country, you’ll find that with a reliable Enterprise car, it's very easy to explore further afield. You can easily take a trip to Jerusalem city, which is about a 90-minute drive from Tel Aviv via Route 1 and Route 431. It makes for a great day trip, as you can spend hours admiring Jerusalem’s great historical sites and return to Tel Aviv at your leisure. Alternatively, the coastal resort of Netanya, with its superb beaches, lies just 20 miles north of Tel Aviv.
Roads in Tel Aviv are in reasonably good condition and most of them are signposted. If you plan your trips around peak traffic hours to avoid morning and evening rush hours, you’ll find driving in Tel Aviv a rather pleasant and interesting experience. Parking lots are common in the city, and both free and paid roadside parking is available. Colour-coded kerbs will indicate parking restrictions if any apply, and also whether or not that particular area is free or needs to be paid for. To be sure, simply check the parking information sign that's placed at the street's entrance.