Explore the traditional seat of the Prussian royalty with a Sixt car hire in Potsdam. Our extensive fleet of vehicles, from economy hatchbacks and luxury saloons to 4x4s and commercial vans, allows us to cater for all and every requirement at affordable prices. Whether your visit is for business or pleasure, let Sixt help make your journey stress-free.
Sixt Car Rental
|Mo. - Fr.||07:00 - 19:00|
|Sa.||08:00 - 12:00|
24 h return
Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s, Vans & Trucks
Sixt Car Rental
|Mo. - Fr.||08:00 - 18:00|
|Sa.||09:00 - 12:00|
Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s
At Sixt we strive to ensure your car rental in Potsdam is delivered with an individual touch. After choosing your vehicle, you may wish to enhance your experience by adding one of our appealing extras. Opting for a Sat Nav will help your journey through unfamiliar areas run as smoothly as possible and an additional driver will allow for more flexibility in your trip. Please note that we cannot guarantee a specific model of vehicle, but rather the category of car booked.
The capital and largest city in the state of Brandenburg, Potsdam is best known for the 17 palaces and their surrounding parks which make up part of Germany's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most famous of these is Sanssouci Palace, the former summer residence of Frederick the Great, while those with an interest in modern European history will be drawn towards Cecilienhof Palace, location of the 1945 Potsdam Conference. The Dutch Quarter, just a short drive from the parks, is one of the city's most visited districts and the three surviving gates from the original city walls offer a glimpse into the region's grand Prussian past. A fifteen mile drive north-east will take you to the centre of Berlin. The German capital's renowned art and nightlife scenes create a vibrant atmosphere that is complimented by a unique architectural heritage shaped by the city's turbulent history and position at the heart of German culture.