Car Rental Bremen Airport

Starting from
27 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at Bremen Airport
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Bremen Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-Fr 0730-2300
Sa 0800-2300
Su 1000-2300
Address
Flughafenallee 29-31, 28199

Telephone: +49 (0) 421 555350

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Make the most of your time in Germany with rental car. We’re open 7 days a week so that you can hit the road as soon as you arrive at Bremen Airport. 
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Hertz in Bremen Airport

Bremen is a Hanseatic trading port in northern Germany, home to Gothic cathedrals, medieval town squares and plenty of popular attractions. In this enchanting part of the world, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained on your vacation. Located on the banks of the River Weser, Bremen Airport is an international transport hub located close to the city

If you’re considering car rental at Bremen Airport, you’ll want to get behind the wheel as soon as possible. From the urban bustle to the fairytale countryside, there’s so much to explore. Our pick-up center at the airport is easy to find, located opposite the check-in area in Terminal 3. We also have numerous other pick-up points in the Bremen area, including one at the railway station.

Whether you're traveling to Bremen on vacation or business, we'll make sure you get to your destination. You can either pre-pay for your hire car or pay on arrival, and our car collection covers all bases, from SUV’s perfect for a family vacation to smaller city cars for solo travelers and couples on a city break.

Driving in and around Bremen

Here in the north-west of Germany, there’s no shortage of things to see and do, both in Bremen and close by. From the cities to the North Sea, and the town’s own rich history, it’s all at your fingertips.

The airport is just over two miles from the center of Bremen. You can get there by following the A281 freeway for one mile and then connecting onto the B75 - the journey will only take 15 minutes.

Once you arrive in Bremen city center, you’ll find plenty of parking lots with spaces available for use 24/7 - from Monday to Sunday. Usually, there are rates to pay in central parking lots, however free options found further out of the city.

Leave Bremen Airport on the Flughafenallee route, connect onto the A281 autobahn and you’re on your way to Hamburg with its long maritime history. Follow the signs directed to Obervieland for just under two miles before joining the A1 and drive 70 miles straight into Hamburg city center.

Most German highways – called autobahns - are toll-free, but some private roads in the Bremen area will have fees. The speed limit on most major roads is 81 mph (130 km/h), however you’ll find that a few stretches of the autobahn don’t have a limit at all. Keep an eye on the signs for guidance whenever you’re behind the wheel. Limits in built-up areas are much lower, at 30 mph (50 km/h). As at home, you’ll be driving on the right-hand side on the road but, in Europe, there are no free right turns on red lights at junctions.

A quick guide to Bremen and beyond

Bremen - officially the "Free Hanseatic City of Bremen" - is a maritime port which dates back to the Middle Ages and is also Germany’s smallest state. Historically, Bremen has played a dominant role in the nation’s commercial sector, owing to its riverside location. Today, the airport welcomes visitors from all over the world to explore the history of the area and to enjoy a vibrant selection of attractions and entertainment.

Step back in time

Bremen’s illustrious history as a port was first popularized by the Grimm brothers – the authors of famous fairytales including Cinderella. You can visit the locations which inspired these fantastical tales, such as the Bremer Marktplatz. A stone’s throw from the river, you’ll find this UNESCO World Heritage Site, bordered by the Gothic, copper-roofed Bremen Cathedral and the 600-year-old town hall.

During the winter months, the German Christmas market fills the Marktplatz and the surrounding streets. A highlight of the cultural calendar, a trip to the market is a must during the festive season.

Around the corner, you’ll find the Böttcherstrasse - a romantic lane of Art Nouveau architecture, with a museum dedicated to the Bremen impressionist Paula Modersohn-Becker. Continue strolling through the narrow, red-brick streets to the Glockenspiel Haus and listen as the church bells ring across the city every hour between 12noon and 6pm.

A wonderful windmill

Muhle am Wall – translated as the Am Wall Windmill - is a picture-perfect building nestled in the greenery of Wallanlagen Park. The windmill dates back to 1699 and is one of Bremen’s top heritage sites. Located on the northern fringe of the city’s old town – the alt stadt – the mill has an authentic German restaurant tucked inside.

Beyond Bremen

Having your own set of wheels here is convenient for visiting some of Germany’s most exciting cities. Hamburg is a great place to start, only an hour’s drive eastbound along the A1 freeway. This is Germany’s third largest city and, like Bremen, is a trading port.

Best known for its industrial river promenade, Beatles heritage tour, and the magnificent Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Hamburg is a fantastic place to visit when you’re in the area. The dazzling Hamburg State Opera house will certainly leave a lasting impression. This sparkling glass temple, built upon a former docklands warehouse, hosts a star-studded line-up of the world’s finest classical singers and musicians.

Northwards, a road trip to Norden and ferry ride over to Norderney will open the door to rustic beaches, kitsch German cafes and watersports galore. South-west of Bremen Airport, you can travel 125 miles and enjoy a couple of days in the historic university town of Münster. This is a remarkable place to visit, with a rich intellectual and trading history dating back over 1200 years. The medieval cathedral, cobblestone streets and wooden beam homes promise an enchanting end to your German adventure.

From the riverbanks of Bremen to the Hamburg opera house, car rental at Bremen Airport puts you within easy reach of some truly wonderful attractions. Whether you want to stay close or drive further afield, it’s the most convenient way to explore this spell-binding part of Germany.