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Minden Car Hire
 
 

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  • Minden
    Friedrich-Wilhelm-Str. 2
    32423 Minden

    Mo. - Fr.07:30 - 18:00
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00
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  • Minden

    Sixt Car Rental
    Friedrich-Wilhelm-Str. 2
    32423 Minden

    Mo. - Fr.07:30 - 18:00
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s, Vans & Trucks

Car hire in Minden with Sixt

When you need reliable car rental options for trips in and around Minden, Sixt has the answer. As the biggest name in Germany's car hire market, we offer the expertise and availability you need, to ensure you start your trip in the best possible way. Located conveniently close to the main railway station, our branch offers total flexibility on your car rental, with the option of round-the-clock pick-up and return. And if you're looking for something extra for your road trip to Germany, our friendly staff can advise on additional driver options and a range of sports cars, convertibles and 4x4s. With Germany's autobahn network a few minutes' drive away, you'll soon be on the road. But before you go exploring, there's plenty to discover right here.

Westphalia's best-kept secret

Park nearby for a relaxing stroll around the old town centre, including the traditional Weser Renaissance architecture and half-timbered houses, a 1,000-year-old cathedral and the former defensive walls - the Glacis - now restored as a little ribbon of parkland. Lively but not hectic, it's a lovely place to explore and unwind. You could also make time to visit the Wasserstrassenkreuz - the 'crossroads' of the Mittelland canal and the Weser river. A small marvel of Germany's engineering, a few kilometres away, it remains a local point of pride; cruises are popular in summer. Once you're ready to explore further afield, why not drive out to Porta Westfalica - the "Westphalian Gate". Perched on a wooded hilltop, Germany's first emperor, Wilhelm I, looks out across the plains and rolling hills from his imposing monument, built in a less problematic age of Germany's national pride. It's the perfect point to start a wider road trip around the region.