Car rental in Germany
Germany: "on wheels" in the country of carsWhatever brings you to Germany, try to get yourself a vehicle immediately after you get off the plane. The car is necessary both for a long business trip and for a holiday trip, especially if you are coming to the country of Schiller and Goethe with your family or friends. The employees of the Avis car rental station will try their best to provide you with a car corresponding to the purposes of your visit. And all issues related to moving around the country will be resolved.
Routes and attractionsThe best route for a tourist trip will depend on which components of its program you consider mandatory. Apparently, this is what you will be focusing on when buying an airplane ticket.
BerlinTourists from Russia are literally attracted by the names which they could have heard in our country for decades. These are the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin TV Tower. With a car you can see all these places rather quickly.
Art lovers should visit the Museum Island, and shopping lovers should stop by one of thousands of shops with seasonal sales. Clothing and accessories of the famous German brands can be purchased here much cheaper than at home.
Well, it's impossible to leave the capital of Germany without visiting the Tropical Islands - the world's largest water park.
If you were initially planning to go south, for example, to drive on the German Alpine road and stop at one of the luxurious ski resorts, then you have the cities of Dresden and Leipzig along the way.
DresdenThere is a famous art gallery, which miraculously (and not completely) survived during the Second World War.
The Dresden Castle is the former residence of the Saxon princes, the Dresden Cathedral, and a unique Bastei Bridge, which has clearly become a source of inspiration for set decorators for fantasy movies.
LeipzigHere an art lover will need a week even for a short visit to the museums, there are plenty of them. Others can be entertained with the coffee museum and the museum of musical instruments of the Leipzig University - to broaden the mind.
Raphael, Titian, Rembrandt, Rubens, Velazquez and others.
Shopping is another great thing to do in Leipzig. In addition to boutiques, there are huge outlets where you can buy clothes of the world’s best brands literally for peanuts.
Baden BadenFor many years this place has been a favorite resort of the Russian aristocracy and artistic intelligentsia. Empress Elizaveta Alekseevna was a Baden princess. At different times, such outstanding representatives of Russian literature as Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Gogol, Chekhov, and Turgenev visited this place.
In addition to its healing waters known since the times of Ancient Rome, you can find here magnificent examples of architecture: Hohenbaden Castle, the most famous German casino in the Kursaal, the Russian Transfiguration Church. The St. Christopher Road Church, the patron saint of travelers, has a special courtesy of the drivers.
South of Germany. BavariaBavaria is Munich, but Munich is not the whole of Bavaria. The castles of Altenburg, Linderhof, Neuschwanstein, the historic mile of Nuremberg, Lake Constance, and the magnificent German Alps are a five-star paradise for skiers and snowboarders.
Some of the most famous resorts are: Garmisch-Partenkirchen with 50 km of trails; Berchtesgaden with 62 km of trails and the third highest mountain in Germany - the peak Watzman, with a height of 2713 m; Reit im Winkl with 50 km of trails; Oberstdorf with 44 km of trails.
You can return the car you have rented in Munich or at Memmingen Airport.
All these are just a few of many options for traveling in Germany by car. Wherever you are planning to begin your journey, pedantic Germans will provide you with a wide choice of routes and a detailed description of each.