Würzburg is in a part of Germany called Franconia, and has a regional dialect, Franconian, which is quite different from standard German. It is close to both Frankfurt and Nuremberg, and the town dates back to the Bronze Age. There was a Bronze Age castle on the same site a more modern fortress, and the town is awash with history. Car hire in Würzburg is a great idea as it's incredibly well connected to the rest of Germany as it is links up with two Autobahns, the A3 and the A7. Hiring a car inWürzburg also means you can explore the local area, or hop on the Autobahn and go further afield.
Würzburg is the home of a huge palace compound called the Würzburg Residenz.- It was ordered by two bishops, and took twenty years to build. It was finished in 1744, and though it was damaged during World War II, it has been restored to perfect condition. It has its own church, and a huge hall called the Kaisersaal. Hiring a car in Würzburg will also take you to the nearby Julius Spital, a Baroque hospital, where you can see how far medical care has come since the 1500s. The Main river travels through some gorgeous countryside, which you can take in at your leisure if you rent a car in Würzburg.
Opening Hours:Mo-Fr 0730-2000, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed.
Address:Bahnhofsplatz 4, c/o Deutsche Bahn Reisezentrum / ticket office.
Opening Hours:Mo-Fr 0730-1800, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed.
Address:Nuernberger Strasse 86
Opening Hours:Mo-Fr 0500-1900, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed
Address:Rottendorfer Strasse 40-42
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
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