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Minibus Rental Dusseldorf

Cheap Multi Seater Car and MPV Hire Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf is the capital of the North Rhine-Westphalia and often hailed as a great place to drive along the River Rhine and get views of this gorgeous Germanic City. The city itself has an abundance of different roads extending in every direction, making it a great place to branch out and make trips to all sorts of destinations around the country as well as the continent. With a population over 11 million people and history dating back to around the 7th century when it was just farmland, the area has transformed into a melting pot of a little bit of everything. Most people who do come here to visit often enjoy the beer drinking and sightseeing along the river, as well as getting to know a true German city.

People Carries, sometimes referred to as People Movers provide a roomy mode of transportation. Select from Diesel or petrol with option of automatic gear shift. Vehicles in the 9 seater minibus range include the Mercedes Vito GPS, Mercedes Traveliner, Opel Vivaro and the funky Renault Trafic. The 7 seater car range includes the Opel Zafira, VW Touran, VW Sharon and VW Caddy all provide 6 or 7 seaters with comfort but limited storage so do consider the larger 9 seater vans even if only 7 in your group.

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Recommended Car and MPV drives in Dusseldorf

Oddly enough, one of the most popular drives from Dusseldorf actually ends in another country. The drive from Dusseldorf to Amsterdam is quite popular among locals and travelers alike. As it is only around 220-kilometers and you get to see the landscapes of Germany as well as the Netherlands. It only takes around 2 and a half hours!

The World Heritage Site of Augustusburg Palace is 70-kilometers away using the A57 and A1 and is not only a Palace but has a theme park known as Phantasialand.

If you hop on the A57 and A555 you’ll find yourself in the former capital of West Germany. Just 71-kilometers away and you’ll be at the house of Beethoven himself. Not too far away also you have the city of Cologne, which is around 40-kilometers along the A57.

Nothing compares to the drive along the River Rhine, though. The river itself actually runs over 1200-kilometers and begins in the Swiss Alps and ends in the North Sea. If you follow the river, you’ll find yourself in places like Upper Middle Rhine Valley which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This area has one of the oldest and largest landscapes on the entire continent of Europe. If you drive for long enough down the Rhine River, you’ll not only see over 30 castles but find yourself standing at many churches from the Middle Ages. The drive absolutely cannot be missed.

Best time to visit Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf in Germany is busy every month of the year, peaking during Easter, Christmas and the summer months.

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