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Relish one of Germany's most beautiful harbour cities in Hamburg. The second largest city in the country, Hamburg is located in Germany's north. Walk along the peaceful canals and stroll along the famous Reeperbahn, or visit the 11th century St. Petri Church, the 13th-century Jakobi Church, the History Museum and the Hamburg Art Gallery. Take a cruise on the Elbe River and see the sights of Hamburg from the water, a unique perspective few visitors get to see. For a great day out with the whole family, check out Hamburg Zoo, which was founded in the 1800s, and home to over 2,500 animals.
Take a day trip out of the city to Lübeck, a medieval city listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, just 60km from Hamburg. Also worth a visit is Stade in the Altes Land region of the country. Known for being the largest connected fruit growing area of Central Europe, farmhouses in Altes Land are elaborately decorated and amusing to look at. From Hamburg, you can move on to Berlin, the cultural capital of Germany while enjoying the country's picturesque scenery along the way.
Our car hire suppliers in Hamburg include Europcar, Hertz, Enterprise and Budget.
Our supplier depots are conveniently located at the main Hamburg airport: Hamburg Fuhlsbuettel, as well as the Hamburg Rail station. Depots are also located at nearly 30 downtown destinations. Explore the interactive map in the search form to find a Hamburg depot which is convenient for you to pick up your car hire.
Meter parking in the city centre costs about €1.50 per 30 minutes in Hamburg. Outside of the city centre, charges are reduced to €1.00 per 30 minutes. There is a maximum cost of €12 for 24 hours. For those who don't mind a bit of walking, parking at the train station is €5 per day. Car parks are located throughout the city and generally charge €2.50-4.50 per hour. Park and Ride stations are available on the outskirts of the city and offer free parking with transport into the city centre.
It is important to note that many cities in Germany require cars to be low emission. All vehicles in this zone must display a green emission badge, and there is no exception for foreign plates. Find more information on Low Emission Zones and what you need to do to comply.
All autobahns in Germany are toll-free, though some private roads in the Bavarian Alps may have tolls.