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Car Hire in Germany.

Tour Germany.

Home to fascinating cities set among diverse landscapes and a variety of wonderful attractions, Germany is a pivotal European country to visit.

Take in beautiful national parks, majestic castles, festive markets, rolling vineyards, and much more with a hire car. Get off the autobahn and explore the hidden gems Germany has to offer.

Reasons to book with Zest

Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to hiring a car in Germany. Our booking process is simple and hassle-free so you can start your holiday knowing you’re in control.  We don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees.  

We work with carefully selected and trusted car hire suppliers in Germany who care about providing a great service as much as we do. Our UK based head office is open 6 days a week, past ‘normal’ working hours whilst we also run a 24/7 emergency phone line to help for more serious matters.

Should you run into trouble during your time in Germany, breakdown assistance is included and we also offer top-up insurance so you’re completely covered.  

Main airports in Germany

Whether you’re starting north and heading south, settling in just one city or touring this country in its entirety, you can be assured that we will be on hand to serve you. Choose to collect your hire car from any of the following, or take your pick using the quote form:

Berlin Tegel Airport is just one of several airports to serve the bustling capital city, however it’s considered Berlin's main airport. Dating from the 13th century, there’s much to see in Berlin from the older attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag Building to Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall memorial. Also worth a visit is the divisive Holocaust Memorial built to commemorate the 6 million Jews murdered in WW2.

Home to the annual Oktoberfest, Munich Airport allows you to explore the gorgeous region of Bavaria easily. Munich boasts some wonderful architecture including the modern Allianz Arena. Many of its historic buildings have been rebuilt after being damaged during the war. The city centre now appears largely as it did in the late 1800’s. On the arts side of the spectrum, Munich gives Berlin a good run for its money when it comes to museums, in fact many people argue Munich is the winner.

If you’re visiting Düsseldorf, you won't be disappointed. Located in western Germany on the banks of the Rhine, modern and revolutionary architectures mixes with the beautiful old town area of Altstadt. The vast Königsallee offers all the retail therapy you could wish for. There are a number of museums and numerous art galleries to choose from if you’re after a dose of culture before sampling Düsseldorf’s famous nightlife.

A captivating blend of modern city life and old, traditional buildings await once you land at Frankfurt Airport. The historical centre, Römerberg, is a fascinating place to explore whilst the Römer building itself has been the city hall for over 600 years and its façade depicts both Frankfurt and German history.  Don’t forget to visit the less visited areas of Bornheim, Nordend, and Sachsenhausen whilst here.