Book a cheap car rental in Hamburg, Germany
Go for an affordable car rental service in Hamburg, choose from a wide fleet of cars at our website, VIPCars.com where you can book either short-term or long-term car rental at Hamburg’s popular locations such as HAM Airport, Central Railway Station or downtown. Confirm the booking in advance through our short procedure to save money and last-minute hassles of choosing a mode of transportation in a new location. Our wide fleet of rental cars in Hamburg include cheap economy models to modern luxury cars ideal for special occasions.
Rent a car in the downtown which is an easy-to-navigate area in Hamburg. A car rental will help you easily reach your destinations independently, avoiding the rush of the public means of transport. Usually, customers hire a car at HAM Airport, reach the city in a few minutes to enjoy their time in Hamburg.
Our car rental brands in Hamburg
- Alamo Rent a Car
- Enterprise Rent-a-car
- Europcar Car Hire
- Global Rent-a-Car
- National Car Rental
- Sixt rent a car
Our fleet of rental cars in Hamburg
Families must go for large spacious cars to explore Hamburg. You can also make a long-lasting impression in a luxury vehicle hired through us. Please remember that the exact car model might not be available but you will definitely get the type of car you request.
Hamburg car hire pickup locations
We have a wide network of car rental suppliers that have pickup and return points all over the city of Hamburg.
- Hamburg Airport- Rent a car at the international airport of Hamburg which is one of Germany’s busiest airports, 8.5 km away from the city center of Hamburg.
- Hamburg Train Station- Hamburg Hauptbahnhof or Central Station is the main train station of Hamburg, regarded as a category 1 railway station by Deutsche Bahn.
- City center of Hamburg- The center of Hamburg is famous for attractions such as Mönckebergstraße, the main shopping attraction. There are many paid car parks in the city center of Hamburg.
- Eilbek- Eilbek is a quarter of Hamburg located in the Wandsbek borough.
- Wandsbek- Urban quarter in the second-largest borough of Germany i.e. Wandsbek.
Driving around Hamburg
- Autobahns of Germany are famous all throughout the world.
- The scenic routes of Hamburg make driving a pleasurable experience.
- The orderly roads of Hamburg are well-maintained.
- Routes A7, A1 and A24 lead to the well-connected city of Hamburg.
- For renting a car in Germany, the minimum age is 21 years.
About the city of Hamburg
Hamburg is an economic hub in Germany, inviting traders from all around the world. This German city is a happening tourist destination. There are many family attractions and romantic getaways or group activities in Hamburg. Shopaholics are in for a treat at the many markets of the city. Hamburg has the most number of bridges in the whole wide world.
Do not miss visiting the 4 km bridge known as Köhlbrandbrücke for the mesmerising views. Another attraction that shouldn't be missed is St Michaeliskirche, known by its green dome, gorgeous interior and attractive views from the top.
Nature lovers must visit the botanical gardens in Hamburg especially the largest Japanese garden of Europe where you can indulge in tea ceremonies and more. Visit the Tierpark Hagenbeck zoo, a one-of-a-kind animal park where animals can roam around freely.
Known for boating, the charming port city is ground for many events like opera shows and sport matches. Hamburg is a place that demonstrates historical architecture as well as modern wonders.
Places to visit in Hamburg
- Elbphilharmonie - Elbphilharmonie, a modern concert hall, is the tallest building in Hamburg by architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron.
- Speicherstadt - Built in the Gothic style, Speicherstadt is the largest warehouse district in the world where buildings are on wooden foundations.
- Reeperbahn - Reeperbahn is a street cum entertainment district in St. Pauli’s district and one of the few nightlife hubs as well as a red-light area in Hamburg.
- Port of Hamburg - Port of Hamburg is a sea port situated on Elbe river, a hot spot for trade of products related to pharmacy and more, one of the busiest container ports in Europe.
- Miniatur Wunderland - The largest model railway museum in the world, Miniatur Wunderland is located in the Speicherstadt district of Hamburg.
- St. Michael's Church - A landmark Lutheran church built in Baroque style, simply known as Michel by locals.
- Planten un Blomen - A city park with themed gardens, Japanese tea house and lake, in the inner portion of Hamburg, where the entry is free of cost.
- Tierpark Hagenbeck - An ancient zoological garden in Stellingen quarter, Hamburg, since 1863 with elephants, penguins, camels and giraffes.
- Kunsthalle - Kunsthalle is the largest and a great art museum in Germany covering all the 7 centuries of art.