Book a car and visit these seven places
Auto Europe would like you and your clients to know that Germany has always been a top destination. They have compiled a list of the top seven destinations in Germany for North American visitors who are exploring by car:
The gateway to some stunning landscapes, the Bavarian capital of Munich is host to the world’s largest Oktoberfest. The self-drive adventures are virtually limitless from Munich. A journey through the Bavarian Alps, or to the area’s storybook villages and castles, are all within easily driveable distances.
It’s located along Germany’s Fairy Tale Road, Wine Route and the ‘Romantic Road,’ one of the oldest touring roads in the world. Many North American travellers choose Frankfurt as a top self-drive destination.
A global city of politics, media, culture and science, Berlin is home to some of the world’s most fascinating historic attractions, culturally significant monuments and modern amenities.
Recognized as the centre of German advertising and fashion, Dusseldorf has a lively energy that offers an exciting nightlife, fun carnivals, shopping and trade fairs. From Dusseldorf, travellers can easily drive to explore Belgium and the Netherlands as well as other locations along the Rhine.
A charming port town and Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg offers travellers much to do and see, and its location makes it a great launching point for a European road trip.
Stuttgart is filled with great architecture, culture, dining and art. It’s also home to the Cannstatter Volksfest, which is an ideal spot to enjoy traditional German Oktoberfest celebrations with less tourist traffic.
This city is known for its malty red-beer and a maze of sandstone cellars. Nuremberg’s now revived urban centre is well situated between Frankfurt and Munich, making it an easily accessible driving destination.
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