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Rent a car at Frankfurt Airport with Europcar
Serving one of the world’s busiest financial centres and popular tourist destinations, Frankfurt Airport is a lively hub welcoming over 60 million business and leisure travellers annually. Offering the most direct routes in the world, Frankfurt Airport is at the centre of modern day travel and is a great place from which to begin an onward adventure.
If you’re eager to explore from the moment you touch down, you will find our Europcar Frankfurt Airport at the Airport City Mall just a stone’s throw from the main terminal building. We open 24 hours a day for your convenience serving a city that doesn’t sleep.
The Europcar car hire experience at Frankfurt Airport
Whether you’re travelling to Frankfurt for a conference or plan to tour Germany extensively for pleasure, our safe, comfortable and stylish hire cars will help you to get from A to B with ease. We have vehicles to suit all preferences from small and compact like the Volkswagen Polo to family-friendly SUVs like the Mazda CX-5. If you’re looking for a high-quality ride for business purposes, don’t miss our prestige selection which features marques such as Audi and BMW.
When you book with Europcar via our intuitive online system you can expect a service that’s both friendly and efficient. Our customer service representatives will be there to help you on arrival and if you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to ask.
As our car hire packages are flexible, you can book a vehicle for a one-off road trip or an extended stay – the choice is yours. Simply select the dates you require and look forward to a great adventure.
Discover Frankfurt and surroundings by car
With a hire car you can travel as much (or as little) as you like, admiring all the best attractions along the way. The lively city of Frankfurt is an absolute delight with top spots including the Iron Bridge which spans across the River Main connecting the city to the district of Sachsenhausen. Dating back to 1868, the Eiserner Steg (as it is locally known) is one of several bridges crossing the river.
If you want to enjoy splendid views across the city, you may also want to climb the Main Tower – the only skyscraper open to the public. The building is named after the river which flows through the city with an elevator shooting guests up to the viewing platform which stands at 650-feet high.
Other unforgettable places to visit include Goethe House – where Germany’s most famous writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, was born – as well as the Senckenberg Museum which is the largest museum of natural history in Germany. Here you’ll find everything from fossils to mummies as well as one of the museum’s most-loved features: the largest dinosaur skeleton in Europe.
While those longing to find out more about the region are sure to love the Museum District which is comprised of 12 different museums, those in need of some retail therapy can head to the pedestrian only shipping district of Zeil – also known as the Fifth Avenue of Germany.
Frankfurt will undoubtedly keep you entertained but for those with a passion for adventure, you’ll find Bonn, Cologne, Dusseldorf and Duisburg all to the north-west. Stuttgart is just over 200 kilometres to the south and how about continuing south-east to Munich?
If you want to experience Germany’s enchanting capital, why not also take a leisurely drive south-east to Berlin?
Driving in Frankfurt
Throughout Frankfurt and the rest of Germany you will find that all major routes are well-maintained and well-signposted. As Germany is at the forefront of the automobile industry, the roads are packed with state-of-the-art vehicles which glide along the roads at a fast pace. Be careful not to break speed limits, however, as fines can be heavy.
Germany is also dotted with environmental zone – Frankfurt included. These are clearly signposted with the text “umwelt” encircled in red.
With regards to parking, leaving your car on the street can be really difficult. Spaces are limited making it easier to use one of the off-street parking garages in the city. Alternatively you can make use of the cheap Park and Ride services which operate from the outskirts of Frankfurt.