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Car Hire Cologne

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£13 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 14/02/2017-21/02/2017 at Kolonie
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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz at Cologne

Cologne is as popular with business travellers as it is those who are visiting for pleasure. If you’re on a work-related trip you’ll find it’s an efficient, modern commercial centre with great infrastructure. If you’re here for fun, you’ll discover one of Germany’s most popular historic attractions and a fascinating riverside city.

Our offices are well placed so you can quickly pick up a hire car wherever you are in Cologne. You’ll find us in the centre in Breslauer Platz, at the airport and in convenient commercial districts, like Rovert-Perthel Strasse.

We offer a wide choice of vehicles, including luxury cars, vans and economical hatchbacks.

Pickup Locations Kolonie

  • Cologne Main Railway Station

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0900-1100, Su closed

    Address:Breslauer Platz 2, Wyndham Koeln Hotel

    Phone:49-0-221-13970941

  • Cologne-Bayenthal, Bonner Strasse 536

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0730-1800, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed.

    Address:Andre-Citroen-Strasse 24

    Phone:49-0-2203-977350

  • Cologne, Robert-Perthel Strasse 14-16

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0700-1800, Sa 0700-1200, Su 0900-1100

    Address:Robert-Perthel Strasse 14-16

    Phone:49-0-221-9498960

  • Cologne-Bonn Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0700-2300, Sa 0900-1730, Su 0900-2300.

    Address:Terminal 1 - Car Rental Centre

    Phone:49-0-2203-61085

  • Cologne-Poll, Max-Glomsda-Strasse 4

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0730-1800, Sa 0800-1100, Su 1000-1100

    Address:Pauline Christmann Strasse 5

    Phone:49-0-221-83008817

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A quick guide to Cologne

Cologne is big; it’s Germany’s fourth largest city. But if you have a hire car it’s easy to get around, thanks to a motorway ring road and an efficient network that includes a series of bridges so you can drive across the Rhine.

Beneath the twin spires

Cologne’s enormous gothic cathedral is the distinctive landmark of the city. The twin-spired Catholic Church was once a major destination for pilgrims due to its shrine that is said to contain the remains of the Three Kings who visited Jesus after his birth. Now a World Heritage Site, it has once again become one of Germany’s most visited buildings, thanks to tourism. First gaze up at the enormous façade – it’s the biggest of any cathedral in the world. Then step inside; it’s so large that there’s room for 20,000 people.

Just slightly taller

Today the cathedral is Cologne’s second-tallest structure, surpassed in 1981 by the city’s 873-foot telecommunications tower. Both structures dominate the skyline. The TV tower, known locally as Colonius, is currently closed to visitors so if you’re after spectacular views of the city and river try the new Cologne Cable Car instead. This exciting gondola ride carries you high across the Rhine from the Rheinpark to the city zoo.

The art of the matter

With more than 100 different galleries to browse, there’s more than enough art to inspire any visitor to Cologne. The Ludwig Museum has a fantastic collection of Picassos, while the Schnutgen Museum showcases medieval religious art. Look out too for the Roman-Germanic Museum, a striking modern building offering a well-presented view of life during the Roman occupation of Cologne.

Bonn voyage

If you have a hire car in Cologne you’ll be able to drive down to the neighbouring riverside city of Bonn, just 20 miles south. The capital city of the former West Germany, it’s full of mansions and important landmarks including the birthplace of Beethoven, which is now a museum. Bonn Minster may not be as big as Cologne’s huge cathedral but is still worth visiting- the grey stone basilica being one of the country’s oldest churches.

Sail away

Some of the most popular excursions from Cologne involve the River Rhine. You’ll find a wide choice of cruises that include visits to vineyards, castles and churches along the river. Cruise to the family-friendly Konigswinter Sea Life Aquarium or to the Drachenfels, a hill known as ‘Dragon’s Rock’ that was formed from the remnants of a volcano. Here you can take the cog railway to a castle overlooking the river.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.