Car Hire Hamm, Roemerstrasse 18

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Hamm, Roemerstrasse 18

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Mo-Fr 0730-1800
Sa 0730-1200
Su 1000-1100
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Roemerstrasse 18, 59075

Telephone: +49 (0) 2381 480391

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Hertz at Hamm, Roemerstrasse 18

Hamm is a city in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany, just a few miles North East of Dortmund. The city is an important transport hub for the region being at the confluence of two major motorways and an important rail link. Pauluskirche is the landmark building of the city centre and the Sri Kamadchi Ampal Tempel marks the eastern perimeter. On the way east, you'll find the city's much-loved Maximilianpark – a tranquil inner-city haven for those seeking rest from the hustle and bustle of city life. This is best accessed by hiring a car, as it sits 6km from the centre.

When in Hamm, why not visit one of Europe's biggest Hindu places of worship - the Sri Kamadchi Ampal Tempel. Following that, you may wish to make your way to Maximilianpark, just off Braamer Straße, where you will find the large metal elephant statue that has become something of a symbol for the town. Hiring a car will allow you to explore the Ruhr Valley in its entirety. Dortmund is a short drive west on the A2, and there's no better way of seeing the Ruhr than by climbing the Florian Tower. You can also enjoy the city's close proximity to Munster, which lies to the North on the A1.