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South Germany by car: Munich Airport as a starting point
If you are looking to hire a car at Munich Airport, then you are at the right place. Because of its growing importance for the south of Germany, more and more car rental companies are opening offices at Munich Airport.
Munich Airport is located 35 kilometres from Munich. The state capital of Bavaria is best reached from the airport via the A9 autobahn.
With so many places of interest in the area, you are well advised to hire a car, especially in terms of flexibility. Munich Airport is also a good starting point for a trip to other south German cities and rural stopovers. TUI Cars has a car hire office directly in the airport.
Discover Munich and the south of Germany – flexibly by car
If you are traveling in the Munich area, then your best bet is to hire a car. Munich Airport is an excellent starting point for trips to the towns of southern Germany. You can easily reach Munich and many other cities by car from this airport. For instance, a trip to Karlsruhe is well worthwhile. This journey takes three hours. On the other hand, Augsburg, Ulm and Stuttgart are closer and can be reached taking the A8 autobahn.
If you are exploring southern Germany by car, you will get to know many of the large cities in Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg. Indeed, you can easily explore the southern part of Germany in a hire car in a few days. Munich Airport is also only 160 kilometres away from Nuremberg, and to the south over the border the town of Salzburg is waiting for you.
Traveling by car – Munich Airport as a starting point to discover the southern German idyll
Often tourists are less attracted by large cities in south German, but rather by the idyllic countryside. Germans from other regions also see southern Germany as a holiday destination. This is not least due to the mountainous landscapes, warm summers and snow-rich winter months. From Munich Airport in a matter of 100 kilometres to the south you can step out for an alpine hike on the Herzogstand.
You can also put Munich behind you and drive to the north to the tranquil yet well-known medieval town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Because it is so well-preserved, Rothenburg is often used as a film set and is an attraction in its own right to tourists from all over the world. So much so, you can even find signs catering to Asian clientele. Wherever you go, it always worthwhile touring southern Germany by car. Munich Airport is the ideal starting point for many unforgettable tours through the hills and dales of Bavaria’s beautiful countryside.