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Israel at a glance

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Israel is a place with many names, many stories, and many different climates. Expect to get hit in the face with thousands of years of (oftentimes tumultuous) history, even after simply stepping out of the airport. The easiest thing to say in order to describe this country is that you may feel both out of breath and reenergized after your visit. Tel Aviv is the cultural and economic center of the country, with a lengthy and beautiful beachside. It's a city that doesn't stop moving with much of its population being made up of young people. Go from exploring the Art Museum to eating the best pita and falafel on Ibn Gvirol, to tasting your way through the colorful Carmel market. Make sure to see Jerusalem during your journey through the Holy Land. A lot has changed in the thousands of years since the city's rise. On the other hand, many places have remained "stuck in time" like the Western Wall or the City of David. Various visionaries left their marks on the land, including King David, King Solomon, and Judah the Maccabee. If you have some extra time, take a few days for exploring of Israel's south and the Negev desert. Especially, explore the Mitzpe Ramon crater.
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Minivans in Israel


The minivans which are bookable in Israel usually are quite luxurious! They are perfect for family travel, with enough seating for up to eight people. The interiors are cushy and tidy. Drivers will help you with any questions you may have. Many Israelis speak English so don't be nervous about possible language barriers (they are close to non existent). Keep in mind that there are difference in prices in case you need a night time transfer. Roads in Israel are super developed, even in the most rural of areas.


Cars in Israel


If you're looking to book a car in Israel to get you from point A to point B, you'll most likely be getting a private transfer. Drivers in Israel are known for their talkativity, they will definitely recommend what to see and where to spend time. Cabins are pretty comfortable and always air conditioned (an important factor for the hot, Israeli summers). Virtually, the [famously] white colored cars will get you anywhere in Israel, to any accommodation, at any time. Keep in mind that there are difference in prices in case you need a night time transfer. Roads in Israel are super developed, even in the most rural of areas.