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Things To Do In Germany

  • Take A Rhine River Cruise
  • Enjoy Munich's Beer Garden's
  • Visit The Historical Sites In Berlin

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   Top Places To Visit In Germany  

Germany is a relatively small country, it is filled with many unique cities and neighborhoods to visit.  As a result, the best way to explore Germany is with a rental car.  By hiring a rental car, you will have the flexibility to see all that this diverse county has to offer. 

   Frankfurt Rental Car 

Once you pick up your rental car, you will have the flexibility to see all that this diverse city has to offer. Sights worth driving to is the Museum District, Romer District, Romerberg, Deutsches Architektur and the Kaiserdom Museums.  Hop in the car and drive out Zeil Street in the Zeilgalerie to spend an afternoon shopping and eating in one of the electric eateries.   The Porsche Factor is only an hour away by car from Frankfurt.  History buffs will want to drive to the Palmengarten, Goethe Tower and Liebieghaus.  Frankfurt is a perfect starting point for day trips to a few of the traditional German Villages such as the medieval city of Heidelberg, Wiesbaden and Maiz. There are many other areas outside of Frankfurt to see including the Mosel Valley where many vineyards are known for their Riesling.  Frankfurt is also located two hours by car from the spa town of Baden-Baden, Black Forest and the stunning Eltz Castle.  

   Berlin Rental Car 

When traveling to Berlin a rental car offers flexibility to visit all that Berlin has to offer.  Start your visit with a stroll down the Unter de Linden, to trace the city’s evolution, from the Hohenzollern dynasty through to the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the GDR. Mitte is without a doubt the most important district in Berlin.  It has the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, the Jewish Memorial, the Column of Victory, and the Berliner Dom.  You should consider driving out to the Tiergarden or Grunewald Forest where the Teufelsee Lake is located just outside of Berlin for fun outdoor activities in Berlin.   

   Munich Rental Cars 

Munich is the capital of Bavaria and is the third largest city in Germany.  As a result of the expansive nature of Munich and its surrounding countryside, the best way to get around is with a rental car.  Notable tourists’ sights worth driving to are the Deutsches Museum, Nymphenburg Palace, St. Peter Church, Neues Rathaus, Englischer Garten, Neue Pinakothek Museum, Theaine Church, Bavarian National Museum, Asam Church, BMW Museum, Glyptothek Museum and the Munich Residenz. The Munich Olympic Park and the Hellabrunn Zoo are perfect for those traveling with kids. Drive to the Old Town of Munich during the month of September and October during Octoberfest for true German experience.  It’s here you can drink great German Beer out of large steins, eat Pretzels and sing along with the tourist and locals to the Oompah Bands playing traditional German folk songs.  Munich is located right on the outskirts of the Black Forest which is a beautiful area that is the location for the traditional Bavarian villages that this part of Germany is known for.  While you are in this area, take a drive to the famous Neuschwantstein Castle which is one of the most magnificent castles in Europe and which the Disneyland Castle is modeled after. Other places to drive to from Munich is the walled medieval town of Wurzburg, or the beautiful Bavaria Alps. Wherever you drive your rental car in Germany, you are sure to have the time of your life.