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Germany is an all year round destination as it offers a great variety of choices in terms of short break locations, during winter and autumn alike. During summertime it is best if you take a longer vacation and really spend time in the country. From its cities which are famed for their high street specialist shops, local festivals, and buzzing local markets to the most impressive castles and its architecture, Germany can please even the most demanding of its visitors.

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Total area: 357 021 km² (137,847 sq mi)

Population: 81,799,600 million (2010 estimate)


Officially known as the Federal Republic of Germany, Germany is a federal parliamentary republic in Europe. The country is made up of 16 states while the capital and largest city is Berlin. With close to 82 million inhabitants, it is the most populous member state and the largest economy in the European Union. It is also one of the major and weight-carrying political powers of the European continent and showing technological leadership and progression in many fields.

Germany has a social market economy with a highly qualified and skilled labour work force, a large capital stock, considerably low levels of corruption, and a high degree of innovation. The service sector contributes approximately 71% of the total GDP, industry 28%, and agriculture 0.9%.[52] The average national unemployment rate in 2010 was about 7.5%

It is also the world's fourth largest economy by nominal GDP and the fifth largest by purchasing power parity. It is the second largest exporter (after China and followed by the US) and third largest importer of goods (this time behind the US and China). The German economy focuses on industrially produced goods and services. In particular, German mechanical engineering products, vehicles, and chemicals are goods which are consistently good in quality and precision and highly valued internationally. Around one euro in every four is gained from exports and more than every fifth job depends directly or indirectly on foreign trade.

Due to utmost organisation and thorough long-term planning, the country has developed a very high standard of living and a comprehensive system of social security. Germany has also been the home of many influential scientists and inventors, and in addition, is known around the world for its cultural and political history.

Green Technologies

Germany is also one of the leading countries in developing and using green technologies. Companies specializing in green technology have an estimated turnover of 200€ billion. The expertise in engineering, science and research of Germany are very much respected throughout the world. The lead markets of Germany's green technology industry are -amongst others- material efficiency, power generation, energy efficiency, waste management and recycling, sustainable water management and mobility.


Sources: Wikipedia, Tatsachen-ueber-Deutschland

Constituent states

Germany comprises of 16 states that are collectively referred to as Länder Each state has its own state constitution and is largely autonomous in regard to organising its own affairs. Due to differences in size and population the subdivision of these states varies, especially between city states and states with larger territories. Below the 16 State’s capital areas and populations:

State                                                        Capital Area (km²)                         Population

Baden-Württemberg Stuttgart                          35,752                                 10,717,000
Bavaria Munich                                                 70,549                                  12,444,000
Berlin Berlin                                                           892                                    3,400,000
Brandenburg Potsdam                                     29,477                                    2,568,000
Bremen Bremen                                                    404                                       663,000
Hamburg Hamburg                                                755                                    1,735,000
Hesse Wiesbaden                                            21,115                                     6,098,000
Lower Saxony Hanover                                    47,618                                     8,001,000
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Schwerin              23,174                                     1,720,000
North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf                34,043                                   18,075,000
Rhineland-Palatinate Mainz                             19,847                                      4,061,000
Saarland Saarbrücken                                       2,569                                      1,056,000
Saxony Dresden                                              18,416                                      4,296,000
Saxony-Anhalt Magdeburg                               20,445                                      2,494,000
Schleswig-Holstein Kiel                                   15,763                                      2,829,000
Thuringia Erfurt                                                16,172                                      2,355,000


Most of Germany largely offers a temperate seasonal climate, where humid westerly winds predominate. The climate is somewhat moderated by the North Atlantic Drift, and more specifically, the northern extension of the Gulf Stream. This warmer water flow affects the areas bordering the North Sea; consequently in the north-west and the north, the climate can best described as oceanic. Rainfall occurs year-round, especially in the summer. Winters tend to be on the mild side and summers tend to be cool, though temperatures may sometimes exceed 30 °C (86 °F).

The eastern parts of Germany have a more continental climate; winters can be very cold and summers very warm, and long dry periods are frequent. Central and Southern Germany are transition regions which vary from moderately oceanic to continental. In addition to the maritime and continental climates that predominate over most of the country, the Alpine regions in the extreme south and, to a lesser degree, some areas of the Central German Uplands have a mountain climate, characterized by lower temperatures and greater precipitation.

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Germany received 28.8 Million tourists in 2010 (source: World Tourism Rankings) According to Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Reports, Germany is rated as one of the safest travel destinations worldwide. Germany is also the sixth most visited country in Europe, with a total of 369.6 million overnights during 2010. This number includes 56.5 million nights by foreign visitors, the majority of foreign tourists in 2009 coming from the Netherlands, the United States and Switzerland. In 2011, overnight stays in Germany reached 63.8 Million overnight stays (source: German Federal Statistical Office)


1.    Netherlands            – 9.96 million
2.    USA                          – 4.29 million
3.    Switzerland             – 3.86 million
4.    United Kingdom     – 3.70 million
5.    Italy                          – 3.10 million
6.    Austria                     – 2.57 million
7.    Belgium                   – 2.54 million
8.    France                     – 2.51 million
9.    Other                     – 22.29 million

More than 30% of Germans spend their holiday in their own country. With more than 133 million foreign visitors (2008) Germany is ranked as the 7th most visited travel destination worldwide. A total of 27.2 billion Euros is spent on travel and tourism: this is equivalent to 3.2% of Germany's GNP.

Sources: Wikipedia, Tatsachen-ueber-Deutschland


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Renting a self drive hire car in Germany is an exciting way to visit and explore the most modern and latest architectural buildings in Berlin, Dresden, Munich, Hamburg and others, as well as travel around its countryside and marvel in its majestic castles and most idyllic locations such as Bavaria in the South. The central parts of Germany combine a mixture of forested areas with all sorts of mountaineous dwellings for short stays, whereas the modern attractions such as the adventure parks are mostly found in the west. As your exploration drive is set entirely by you, you can allow shorts breaks in areas of interest, such as museums, art galleries, arrange to see the Operas and concerts taking place all year round. From 2 star small family run motels over to the most luxurious dwellings of desire, Germany has the comforts for either overnight or longer stays. Combine that efficiently with your MisterHire.Com car rental and you’re in for a perfect holiday or a well-scheduled and timely business trip.


Rental Locations In Germany and Confirmation of car Rental

We offer great car rental pick up locations all over Germany where it will be arranged to collect your rental car with the most simple of paperwork procedures. Locations such as the capital Berlin and the cities of Hamburg, Bremen, Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne and Dresden along with their (nearby or other) airports, are just some easy access locations where you could choose to start your trip in Germany with one of our cars.

Following the initial entering of location, age, dates and times on our safe and secure car rental Search Engine (Step 1 of our Booking Process), you will then be shown a choice of vehicles to choose from (Step 2 of our Booking Process). You may click on “Rate Details” to view what each and every car includes in its very own insurance package. After selecting your vehicle based on your needs and our most competitive pricings, you can then add on any optional extras you might need such as baby seats, sat nav, and ski rack which are usually paid locally. That's it! As soon as you have received your Car Rental Voucher via email confirming your rental, print it out and you are ready to go!


Speed Limits

In general, speed limits in Germany are:

•   50 km/h (30 mph) within Urban Areas;
•   80 km/h (50 mph) outside Urban Areas;
• 130 km/h (80 mph) on Autobahns and Express ways.

It is also worth mentioning that in some (designated) Autobahns and/or parts of them, there are literally No speed limits!

Source for more info: Brian's Guide to Getting Around Germany

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