A car rental in Bnei Brak, Israel allows travelers to explore Israel's central Mediterranean coastal plain in comfort. A center of Ultra Orthodox Judaism, Bnei Brak is located just east of Tel Aviv and it is one of the most densely populated cities in Israel. To the out-of-town visitor, this means that public transportation is often overcrowded.
Bnei Brak's proximity to Tel Aviv makes it a popular destination for travelers on a budget who hope to spend time in Israel's thriving cultural mecca. Those interested in boutique hotels, contemporary art and high-end restaurants will want to tour Tel Aviv, a city where locals frequent beachside cafes after sunning themselves by the water. Of course there are plenty of cultural destinations for those interested in Israeli's history, including the Museum of the History of Tel Aviv. A thriving gallery scene featuring the work of contemporary Israeli artists is one more thing that makes Bnei Brak special.
It was in the year of 1924 when eight Hasidic Jewish families coming from Poland, arrived in Israel and founded the city of Bnei Brak. This is an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish city with a complex community. You may, of course visit whether Jewish or not, but it is important to realize it is essentially a religious city with a deeply religious culture and it is important to respect their customs if you visit. Naturally, if you are an Orthodox Jew, you will already feel very much at home and be pleased to be among so many others of your culture and religion. There are many must-see or must go-to scenes in Bnei Brak.
Getting around when it is not Shabbat, it is necessary to rent a car so you can easily get around to all the places to visit. There are only a couple mentioned here because there is literally too much about this city to describe you have to go there. You have to go there and rent a car and get around and keep up. So it is good to start with one of the best delis in the neighborhood. It is called The Chef Deli and they serve all sorts of traditional foods from fish heads to Kugel and Kishkes. The deli is immediately across from the Ponevezh Yeshiva. You can get a fish head for only 16 shekels! Finally, you must visit the Itxkowitz synagogue which is open and alive 24/7. It is one of the most famous synagogues in the world, located just aside Rabbi Shach Street.
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