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Dusseldorf is the capital city of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia and center of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region. Dusseldorf is an important international business and financial centre and also renowned for its fashion and trade fairs. Even though only among the ten most populous cities in Germany by population within city limits, Dusseldorf ranks as one of the country's five global cities.

As a city by the River Rhine, Dusseldorf is a stronghold for Rhenish carnival celebrations. Every year in July more than 4.5 million people visit the city's Groste Kirmes am Rhein funfair.

Dusseldorf International Airport, also referred to as Rhein-Ruhr Airport, is located eight kilometres (5 mi) from the city centre and can easily be reached by train or the S-Bahn urban railway. There is a long-distance train station served by regional and national services, which is linked to the airport by the SkyTrain, an automatic peoplemover. The (old) local station situated under the terminal building carries the S-Bahn line (S11) to the city's central station and to Cologne as well as a few selected night services.

After Frankfurt and Munich, Dusseldorf International Airport is Germany's third largest commercial airport, with 18.6 million passengers annually. The airport offers 180 destinations on 4 continents, and is served by 70 airlines.

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At, we have pick up points at remote locations throughout the German countryside and 4WDs, minibuses and minivans are also available from some of these pick up points. We welcome clients from all over the world and you are able to obtain a German car rental quotation through our web site in 27 different currencies and 11 languages.

Germany has certainly come a long way in recent decades. Going from the aftermath of the first and second world wars, to one of the most powerful members of the European Union, it also does a roaring trade in tourism. Consisting of 16 states, most people have heard of its capital city Berlin, which is famous for the large wall, which separated the country into east and west.

To the joy of thousands of citizens around the country, it was knocked down in 1989. Stories from those days are told in museums all over the country, and indeed, if you are planning a road trip, Germany is an ideal country to choose, whether traveling solo, as a family or couple, or with groups of friends. Here are some fun facts about traveling in Germany to help you get in the mood for a fantastic road trip.

German Travel Facts

  • Germans takes art and culture very seriously. Across the country, they have approximately 300 theatres, 130 orchestras, and 630 art galleries.
  • Bach and Beethoven are the two most famous musical composers of Germany. Beethoven was born in the German city of Bonngasse, and the house where he grew up, is now a popular museum. Bach was born in Eisenach, and the same concept has been applied to his childhood home.
  • The Oktoberfest is the world’s biggest beer festival. Occurring in Munich every year, it is advisable to book your table many months before, because this festival is not only popular with locals, but international travellers as well.
  • The most popular cities to visit are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, and Frankfurt.
  • The highest mountain in Germany is called the Zugspite at a massive 2,930 metres. Do not worry about climbing it though, because a cable car will take you to the top to see an amazing panoramic view of the countryside.
  • The longest river is the Rhine that also flows through Cologne, a city that is famous for its Christmas market.
  • The country is full of places that are protected for their beauty and wildlife; this includes 14 national parks, and 116 nature biosphere reserves.
  • The average temperature in summer is 18 to 20 degrees making it ideal for exploration.
  • German is a favourite European destination for camping because there are 1200 campsites scattered all over the country.
  • During the month of June, Berlin has a pride festival for the LGBT scenes
  • There are many theme parks for families and kids. Popular ones to visit include Heide, Skyline and the Funny World in Kappel-Grafenhausen.
  • Animal lovers can visit all the zoos, however if time is limited, go to the two best which are in Berlin zoo and Augsberg.
  • Throughout Germany, there are 200 official cycling routes to take bicyclists through vineyards, old towns and even the Alps. Get your camera ready for some magnificent photos.

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