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As one of Europe’s most popular destinations, Germany is well known for its wide palate of beers, cultural charisma, fairytale castles and leafy forests. Impossible to see in just one trip, Germany is best discovered by renting a hire car in Germany and doing a bit of exploring from city to city.

As the nation’s capital, Berlin is a vibrant arts city full of culture and remarkable architectural structures such as the Nikolaiverterl, which is the oldest church in the city. Munich also speaks for itself with its famous Oktoberfest beer festival and renowned buildings like the Marienplatz and the pinnacle of Rococo architecture, the Asamkirche.

In a cheap Germany hire car, a drive out into the German countryside is often a breathtaking experience. The medieval picturesque town of Lubeck is a nice place to visit, as is Fussen in Bavaria, the former resting place of King Ludwig and also where his famous Neuschwanstein Castle still stands to this day.

When it comes to entertainment, the financial centre Frankfurt is renowned for its tech-house scene and is home to some of the best nightclubs in Europe. If you’re in Germany to do a bit of shopping, the city of Hanover is popular for its range of small shops and big plazas, namely Hauptbahnhof and Kropcke.

With a cheap Germany rental car, there are some excellent daytrips at your disposal. Most make the drive to the Rhine Valley and jump aboard one of the many popular boat cruises then onto the local wine lands. In Bavaria, the Black Forest is often visited for its captivating environment and the fact that is the setting of many stories made famous by the Brothers Grimm.