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    Cheap Multi Seater Car and MPV Hire Munich

    Rental partners in Munich include CARO,AVIS, Budget and Europcar. These supplier provide a range of reliable self drive MPV’s People carriers, minivans and minibuses. All minivans can be collected at airport arrivals or central Train station if arriving by train. If you need to rent a car at Munich airport also known as Franz Josef we can provide not only 5 seater cars but the full range of self drive People Carries with seating arrangements for 7,8 and 9 passengers.

    The capital city of Bavaria has a population of just over 1.4 million people and is the third largest city in the wonderful country of Germany. The Bavarian area of Germany has long since been famous for Oktoberfest as well as being one of the most scenic parts of the entire country. The Bavarian Alps are but a drive away and draw in thousands of visitors a month who want to navigate their way and twist and turn through one of the beautiful paths that are picture perfect. Munich’s wonderful location on the Isar river has made it one of the most fun places to visit in Germany mostly due to the beautiful architecture that lines its banks.

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    Recommended Car and MPV drives in Munich

    No trip through Munich could be perfect without the drive through the Bavarian Alps, which is why so many of the drives seem to one way or another provide great views of the mountain tops. One such drive is The German Alpine Road, which stretches 450 kilometers from Lindau on Lake Constance to Berchtesgaden on Lake Königssee. The drive itself is only a quick 2 hours drive from Munich itself on the A96. The German Alpine Road passes over 21 mountain lakes and 25 castles, making it an astonishing drive from start to finish. You’ll also get great views of all of the snow-capped mountains that tower above you, as well as Germany’s highest peak: Zugspitze.

    On that note, if you are a lover of castles, how about seeing over 70 of them along the infamous German Castle Road? You’ll also get to see the UNESCO city of Bamberg? This drive runs from Mannheim in Germany to Prague in the Czech Republic and is around 1200-kilometers long. The starting point of Mannheim is 3 and a half hours along the A9 and A6, but the drive there itself is quite wonderful and passes many small tiny towns.

    If you are up for a super long road trip, look no further than The Sisi Road. The drive is 2000 kilometers long and begins in Italy and ends in Hungary. However, parts of it stretch through Bavaria. Most people begin the journey while in Germany in Augsburg and head to Regensburg, where they’ll get to see the Black Forest. Augsburg is only an hour away on the A8. Whether you drive the whole distance is up to you! But the Black Forest is quite lovely.

    Best time to visit Munich

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

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