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Preset configuration of the white form above - search for an exotic car or a cabriolet at 'Munich - Airport'. Address: Arrivals Hall, Munich International Airport, Munich, Germany.

In Munich, we provide vehicles at 27 different rental locations. Cars with a folding roof are rather of a rare type, so they are mostly offered in airports and railway stations.

We advise booking a cabriolet in Germany in advance (several weeks or even several months prior to your trip), since the availability of convertibles in our car park is quite limited.

Munich: 27 rental offices

Munich, Germany: cabriolet rental hints
The most widespread cabriolet models offered for rent in Germany are: BMW 3 series Cabriolet, Peugeot 206 Cabriolet, Renault Megane Cabriolet, Audi A3 Convertible, Audi A4 Convertible and BMW Z4 Roadster.

At the booking time, please check the rental conditions carefully. Quite often, rental offices in Munich require two credit cards to guarantee issuance of a cabrio or a roadster.

We recommend ordering additional no-excess insurance that covers your risk (franchise), since the franchise amount for cabriolets in Germany is quite high.

Make sure to inspect the rental invoice issued at the office in Munich and compare it with the information indicated in your voucher. Sometimes, rental officers make 'unintentional' mistakes in rental invoices.

In parking garage, examine the vehicle for defects and scratches carefully. If you find any of them, check whether they have been specified in your rental document.

When parking a cabriolet in Munich, it is recommended to unfold the roof and close windows in order to prevent theft or robbery. wishes you an exciting journey with an open roof around Germany!

Help on the rental process convertibles rental locations nearby Munich
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Driving Advices for Germany – Traffic Regulations and Road Usage Peculiarities
Previous hints
There is a lack of parking space in major cities of the country. Moreover, in many streets only local residents are allowed to park their cars (Anliegerfrei). Parking in a wrong place will result in a large fine, and parking against the traffic is considered one of the most serious violations of traffic regulations.
In order to use some free public parking, you will need a special Parkscheibe disc, which can be purchased at petrol stations. The disc is secured under the windshield and before you leave the car, you will need to mark the time of arrival to the parking lot on it. The disk must be clearly visible.
The Parkschein type of parking is also very common in the country. When entering their territory, you will need to take a special card or a plastic coin, and when you’re about to leave the cost of parking is paid through a special machine. Typically, these machines are located near the exits for pedestrians.
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Rental, parking and other info on Munich - Airport
Munich Airport, also known as Franz Josef Strauss Airport, is an international airport situated in the territory of Upper Bavaria. The air terminal began operation in the '90s of the previous century. It was named in honour of one of Bavarian politicians, who influenced the decision on its construction. Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic, as it services about 40 million people a year. The airport consists of two passenger terminals and 2 runways. Terminal 1 is subdivided into five modules designated A, B, C, D and E. This terminal also comprises the central area Z. Hall F is separate and is located closer to Terminal 2. Terminal 2 has a satellite terminal. A fully automated people mover transport passengers between T2 and the satellite terminal.

Munich suburban railway (S-Bahn) line runs from the city via the terminals. The city of Freising can be reached by bus MVV 635. Railway trains run from this city in various directions, including Munich. Lufthansa Airport bus takes passengers to the city underground station and Munich Central Station. Read all...
Enjoying sights of Munich in cabriolet
Many tourists prefer to visit Munich only during famous Oktoberfest festival. But Munich is not only about beer events and Bavarian sausages, here you will also have a wide choice of active entertainment. The first thing you must do to burn some calories after delicious German cuisine - is to visit an original endless staircase. This masterpiece of modern art is located in the inner courtyard of the KMPG business center. The stairs have a name - "Rewriting", and it is a closed figure, corresponding to the outlines of DNA. On weekdays the object is accessible to tourists, you can walk along the stairs and make excellent memorable photos. If you are looking for the adrenaline rush, then visit the Flying Fox attraction on the Olympiapark. In the Olympic Park in Munich, there is a stadium, which is no longer used for its intended purpose, but mainly for concerts and other cultural events. But the enterprising Germans strained a steel cable over the stadium and let the all eager for extreme sports to fly on the cable over the stadium. Sounds nice, do you agree?

The next must-see sight in Munich is the English Garden. This is a huge park, which serves as a perfect place for recreation, picnics and various summer games. Here you will also find numerous small trucks with street food and other munchies. Before entering the English Garten, on Prinzregentenstraße and Widenmayerstraße, stop near the bridge and pay attention to what is going on under it. This local nonsense will make you wonder. Here in the middle of the city, a number of surfers practice their skills on small waves. If you are the fan of this sport, ask the guys to assist you and they will not refuse definitely. The outskirts of the city are not about extreme as the downtown is, but you can rent a bike and explore the two incredibly beautiful lakes Starnberger and Ammersee. You can stroll along the waterfront, meet a romantic sunset on the pier or relax in the park. To get there you will need 20 minutes drive or about 40 minutes on a bike. The perfect recreation and activity to discover the city and burn some calories.
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Rental locations in Germany
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 » Munich: 27 offices
 » Hamburg: 23 offices
 » Cologne: 22 offices
 » Dusseldorf: 15 offices
 » Frankfurt: 14 offices
 » Stuttgart: 9 offices
 » Bonn: 8 offices
 » Hannover: 8 offices
 » Leipzig: 7 offices
 » Rostock: 7 offices
 » Münster: 7 offices
 » Freiburg: 7 offices
 » Dortmund: 7 offices
 » Essen: 6 offices
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