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GERMANY

Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Language: German

Capital: Berlin

Currency: Euro

 

 

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"We were picked up at our hotel in Budapest, right on time. Our driver was polite and helpful. Everything went exactly according to plan. When he couldn't park close to our hotel in the old town, he helped us take our luggage and guided us to our accommodation. It's the best way to travel when train and plane aren't the best options. I would highly recommend this service"

 

Tania Freeman
Melbourne, Australia

 

 

 


STOP ALONG THE WAY

Save time traveling door-to-door by private vehicle
Spend time with a local and learn about the culture
See ancient castles or taste local food along the way

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GERMANY

 

Due to its size and location in Central Europe, Germany boasts a large variety of different landscapes. In the north, Germany has an extensive coastline along the North Sea and the Baltic Seas in a vast area known as the North German Plain. The landscape is very flat and the climate is rough with strong winds and mild, chilly temperatures. Due to the south-easterly winds that press water into the German Bight, tidal variations are exceptionally high, creating the Wadden Sea. Vast areas of the seabed are uncovered twice a day, allowing one to walk from one of the numerous islands to another. The East Frisian Islands just off the coast are very picturesque, although mostly visited by the Germans themselves. Favourite white sand resorts along the Baltic Sea include Rügen and Usedom. The central half of Germany is a patchwork of the Central Uplands, hilly rural areas where fields and forests intermix with larger cities. Many of these hill ranges are tourist destinations, like the Bavarian Forest, the Black Forest, the Harz, the Ore Mountains, and Saxon Switzerland. The Rhine Valley has a very mild, amenable climate and fertile grounds, making it the country's most important area for wine and fruit growing. In the extreme south, bordering Austria, Germany contains a small portion of the Alps, Central Europe's highest elevation, rising as high as 4,000 m (12,000 ft) above sea level, with the highest summit in Germany being the Zugspitze at 2962 m (9,717 ft). While only a small part of the Alps lie in Germany, they are famous for their beauty and the unique Bavarian culture. Along the country's southwestern border with Switzerland and Austria lies Lake Constance, Germany's largest fresh-water lake.

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Special needs

We offers full help and comfortable transport for elderly people, children, disabled or special needs passengers. Our friendly and experienced drivers will be pleased to assist you in and out of our vehicles, to ensure your ride is a smooth and happy one. Please let this know for customer service when booking, so we can prepare and offer maximum help needed for no extra fee.

 

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Beside regular transfers to big airports and cities, we also takes you to smaller towns that are poorly connected by public transport. Here you can order a customized transfer that will be organized according to your wishes and demands. Sending an inquiry does not oblige you to purchase the service. You can make your decision after we send you a price offer.

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