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* The prices were calculated on 01/27/2023 for a 4 days prepaid rental at Jerusalem Mamilla Mall starting on 02/03/2023. Our prices fluctuate daily and this offer is not guaranteed.

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Jerusalem car rental deals

Jerusalem car rental deals

SIXT makes car rental in Jerusalem easy with our affordable rates and premium vehicles. We have a variety of rental cars to suit just about any budget and mobility needs. You can rent a car in Jerusalem and either of our two convenient branches. We can get you behind the wheel at our Jersualem North across from David Citadel Hotel branch near the Old City or in Romema at our Jerusalem Shamgar branch. Both locations host a top quality fleet featuring an array of up-to-date vehicles from some of the best car manufacturers in the world. Let us help you get around Israel in ease and at your own pace with a reliable rental vehicle!
You can rent from one of our two Sixt rent a car locations in Jerusalem that is closest to where you need to go. Choose where you want to rent a car in Jerusalem and then to our online booking page. There you can do a price comparison of the models on offer during your desired dates. Please be aware that we can only guarantee reservations for the selected car category and specific car models are subject to availability at our Sixt branches.
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Our Service

Besides the attractive rates on our premium fleet we also offer plenty of ways for you to customize your car rental in Jerusalem to your needs. Our flexible rental time periods allow you to get a great deal no matter if you are renting a car for a weekend or a longer stay in Israel. We also have attractive rates on extras to help you have an optimal experience with your rent a car in Jerusalem. Include a GPS, additional driver coverage or a child seat when booking online or through our other channels. Please note that Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Theft Protection (TP) are mandatory in Israel. If you choose to have these covered by your credit card company it is your responsibility to notify your credit card company and verify its terms and conditions. If declining CDW and TP coverage then it is mandatory to purchase Third party Liability Coverage/Third party Liability Damage waiver (TPLC/TLDW) and it can be added to your rental agreement when collecting your rental vehicle. For further information regarding these conditions you can read through the Rental Information Terms and Conditions.
Traffic Information

Traffic Information

When heading out of Jerusalem highways will have signs in both Hebrew and English, making road trips rather easy. Route 1 is the main road leading from Jerusalem to destinations west on the Mediterranean such as Tel Aviv in West and east to the Dead Sea. It is also a convenient route to downtown and West Jerusalem. If heading to East Jerusalem the Route 443 can be a better, less congested option.
Driving in Jerusalem often means navigating narrow streets and tight parking spaces. Parking on the street in Jerusalem is strictly enforced so be careful not to overstay at a paid parking space or you will likely return to find a fine on your windshield. Red and white painted curbs indicate parking is prohibited, blue and white painted curbs signify a legal, paid parking spot. Parking lots and garages are always a good option even if their hourly rates tend to cost more.
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Sixt Tips

A rent a car in Jerusalem is perfect for having the means to travel independently and make your own itinerary to see top attractions. Besides all the sights of religious significance you can explore other sides of the city as well. Check out the thought provoking exhibitions at the Museum on the Seam located on the border between East and West Jerusalem or spend a relaxing day in the Jerusalem Botanic Gardens. Walking through the Mahane Yehuda Market is always fun and it will only increase your appetite for the fantastic offerings of the Jerusalem food scene.
Sightseeing Destinations

Sightseeing Destinations

One of the most popular day trips from Jerusalem is to the ancient Jewish fortress of Masada. The UNESCO listed site, a towering mesa that overlooks the Dead Sea, was the last holdout to fall to Rome in 73 CE. It is recommended to arrive early to avoid too much sun and many visitors choose to plan their trip to coincide with the sunrise. Besides the breathtaking views, once you have ascended you can tour around Herod's palace complex and other ruins. You can also combine the road trip with a stop at the Dead Sea itself and book some time at the spa in Ein Gedi for the full experience.

Distance to Masada

  • From Jerusalem North via Route 1 and 90: 60.3 miles, 1 hour and 40 minutes
  • From Jerusalem Shamgar via Route 1 and 90: 62 miles, about 1 hours and 35 minutes
Take a ride to the Mediterranean coast and spend the day in Ashdod. You can relax on its less crowded beaches, check out some ancient sites or drive a bit further north to play in the sand dunes.

Distance to Ashdod

  • From Jerusalem North via Route 1: 42 miles, 1 hour and 10 minutes
  • From Jerusalem Shamgar via Route 1: 38 miles, about 1 hour
Business Travel

Business Travel

Jerusalem is a capital of high tech and startups with an ever growing network of entrepreneurs. The city also plays a big role in the field of biomedical research and development with the support of institutions like the Hadassah Medical Center Hebrew University Biotechnology Park (JBP) in Ein Kerem. A lot of activity relating to startups, technology, and creative and social projects happens around the JVP Media Quarter located in Jerusalem's so-called Cultural Mile close to the old train station. The complex has taken over and renovated the former national Mint of the British Empire and the Ottoman era warehouses next door.

Distance to JVP Media Quarter

  • From Jerusalem North via Yitshak Kariv/Route 60: 1.1miles, about 10 minutes
  • From Jerusalem Shamgar via Route 60: 3.2 miles, about 30 minutes
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Good to know when renting in Jerusalem
What's the minimum age to rent a car in Jerusalem?
To rent a car with SIXT at Jerusalem you need to be at least 21 with a valid license. Some car categories have a higher minimum rental age, and an underage driver fee may apply.
Can I modify, extend, or cancel my reservation?
At SIXT you can either pay online or when you pick up your car at Jerusalem.
Can I choose a different drop-off location in Jerusalem?
It is possible to rent a car one way between stations for pick-ups in Jerusalem. A fee may apply.
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