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Why Hertz

  • Hertz offers quality cars at competitive rates to make your journey more affordable
  • No booking fees or cancellation fees(exceptions may apply on special car groups).
  • No hidden charges - All charges are displayed upfront
  • With a strong network, you can enjoy the flexibility and freedom to rent from one location and return it at another

Hertz in Germany

Bordering the North and Baltic Sea as well as the Alps, Germany is a country with a whole host of things to do and see. Made up of 16 states, Germany offers visitors a chance to explore different landscapes, from low land to forests to mountains. With a population of over 80 million, the country is large in size, so hiring a car in Germany will enable to get round as much of the country as possible. Berlin is the capital and offers visitors a chance to see sights such as the Brandenburg Gate, while Hamburg and Munich are also home to many famous places of interest.

GermanyGÇÕs cities are home to some of the most famous landmarks in the world. Take a trip to its largest city, Berlin, which has a vibrant nightlife and is home to the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Fernsehturm. The industrial city of Cologne has a stunning Gothic cathedral, with its spire towering 157 metres into the sky, and in the south, Munich is home to the Nymphenburg Palace and the Marienplatz. Renting a car in Germany means that you can venture out of its many urban centres, and explore its famous countryside. Make sure to take in the beauty of the Berchtesgaden area of the Alps, while the magnificent fairy tale Schloss Neuschwanstein is also located in Bavaria, along with the Black Forest.

When driving in Germany there are many rules to be aware of. On many sections of the Autobahn there are no speed limits but when entering an area which is heavily travelled, limits will be imposed so make sure to look out for speed limits. German laws also require you to carry a portable reflective red triangle and first aid kit in the car and you must stop for any preparing or using a zebra crossing.