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Hameln Car Hire

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  • Hameln

    Sixt Car Rental
    Kluetstr. 78A
    31787 Hameln

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 18:00
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Vans & Trucks

Car Rental with Sixt in Hameln

With a large fleet to choose from and great deals, car rental with Sixt in Hameln is easy and economical. Their office is centrally placed within this attractive city in Germany. They have a wide range of vehicles, including 4x4s, luxury brands and convertibles which will suit every budget and size of party. Unlimited mileage and comprehensive insurance are standard and for worry free driving, LDW insurance can be purchased. You can also rent extras such as satnavs and child safety equipment with your car hire. They are happy to rent a car to younger drivers under 25 and make it easy to add additional drivers to your contract. Get your holiday driving under way in Germany with your car rental.

Things to see and do in this area of Germany with your car hire.

Hameln is the city of the "Pied Piper" who first appeared in legend in the 13th century. He is now the city's symbol and as you explore this attractive city in Germany by foot you will find evidence of him everywhere from fountains to stained glass windows. See him, followed by rats and children, three times a day in the bells of the Hochzeitshaus. Or visit the Town Museum, where there are displays relating to the legend. The town is compact enough to walk around on foot, with charming narrow side streets, cafes and beer gardens and thousands of rats to show you the way. When you have finished in the city jump in your car hire and visit the Weser Mountains. In this peaceful mountain region of Germany you will come across villages, with half-timbered houses, nestled in valleys and rivers meandering through the countryside.