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Rent a car at Munich City with Europcar
With grand palaces, beautiful parks, bustling squares and fascinating museums, the city of Munich is a tourists dream. As the capital of picturesque Bavaria, this is the ideal place from which to begin a tour of Germany, so pick up a car rental from Europcar Munich City and hit the road as soon as you arrive. You’ll find our station on Marsstrasse 24, within easy reach of all top attractions.
The Europcar car hire experience at Munich City
At Europcar Munich City, we open around the clock for your convenience allowing you to collect your hire car at any time of the day or night. Not only does this make renting a vehicle incredibly straightforward, but it will also enable you to begin your adventure without delay.
Our fleet is comprised of many different vehicles from small and compact like the eco-friendly Volkswagen Polo to the spacious Volkswagen Passat Variant which can carry five people and three suitcases with ease. What’s more, our premium range is sure to put a smile on your face, with head-turners including the luxurious Audi A8 and the sophisticated Volkswagen Touareg – a mid-size, luxury crossover SUV perfect for families.
Whatever takes your fancy, simply book online in three easy steps and make the most of our short and long-term car rental solutions.
Discover Munich and surroundings by car
Munich is a culturally rich city that’ll have you captivated from the moment you arrive. Must-see attractions to pop onto your itinerary include the Munich Residenz which is undoubtedly one of Europe’s most-admired palaces as well as Nymphenburg which dates back to the 17th century and spans over 600 metres from wing to wing.
As well as regal buildings which radiate opulence and charm, you will also find an incredible selection of churches which boast exquisite detailing and a standout design. St Michael’s Church, for instance, is the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps which features a remarkable three-story high altar decorated by a famous piece of art called St. Michael Fighting the Devil which dates back to 1587. For another example of fine architecture, don’t miss the National Theatre which is home to the Bavarian State Opera and despite being destroyed during World War One has been completely restored to its former glory.
Whether you’re travelling with kids or simply love animals, Hellabrunn Zoo (Tierpark Hellabrunn) is also a hit with tourists and locals alike. Spread across 89 acres and ranked one of the best zoos in Europe, it is one of the most popular attractions in Bavaria housing over 19,000 animals from 757 species. It was the first zoo to group animals according to where they came from with must-see features including the Elephant House which is now a listed building.
While Munich will keep you busy, you may want to tour beautiful Bavaria more extensively. The Bavarian castles are certainly worth your time with Neuschwanstein being particularly impressive, or you might take a day trip to Salzburg – the birthplace of Mozart and the setting of the film The Sound of Music. If you want to learn more about the atrocities of the Holocaust, Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site is also just a short drive north of the city.
Driving in Munich
When in Germany, stay on the right hand side of the road and overtake only when it’s safe on the left. While the easy to use Autobahn expressway system will help you to travel around the city quickly and efficiently, be careful when you enter the city centre as you’ll be met by a network of narrow, one-way streets. Drive slowly and pay attention to local speed restrictions. As a visitor, it’s also worth noting that much of central Munich is a low emissions zone where strict access rules apply.
Parking your car is relatively straightforward. Both on and off-street parking is available, so be sure to check out all signage and look out for pay machines where necessary. You may also want to keep costs to a minimum by parking on the outskirts of the city and utilising the Park and Ride services.