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National Car Rental Munich Airport

National Munich Airport Car Hire

National Munich Airport’s car rental desk can be found in the central area between the two terminals terminal buildings, the Airport Centre.

Customer wishing to make a reservation or an enquiry can contact National car hire Munich Airport by telephone on tel +49 180 5 46 25 26 and from the airport business centre on fax +49 89 975-9 76 86.

Bookings and enquiries can also be made online at National’s official websites or at At the airport, the National car hire desk is serviced by Europcar teams, the partner company of National Alamo.

The office hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. every day of the year. Most National Alamo offices only accept returns during office hours, which means customers with late returns must discuss this with the service team at the time of making the reservation.

Bavarian King Ludwig II had a mania for building palaces and castles. The Free State of Bavaria is positively littered with the “mad king’s” former homes, some of which are more famous than others.

Castle Herrenchiemsee may not ring a bell with every foreign visitor, perhaps more familiar with the fairy-tale castle of Neuschwanstein, but Herrenchiemsee and its park are a splendid example of romantic architecture. Ludwig II bought the island Herreninsel, on which the New Palace stands, in 1873. His ideas were inspired by Versailles in France and Ludwig dedicated his New Palace to the memory of Versailles’s former owner, King Louis XIV of France, a monarch the Bavarian king much admired. The gardens are utterly splendid and incorporate amazing views over Herrenchiemsee (Lake Herrenchiem)

There is also a baroque Augustinian Monastery nearby that is well worth seeing. The convent tract of the east wing, containing the monk’s cells, was built between 1645 and 1649, while the brewery tract, a favourite with many tourists, was constructed in the years 1661 to 1665.

Motorists from Munich should take the motorway A8, the Munich to Salzburg route, leaving at the Bernau exit for Prien and Herrenchiemsee. There are regular boats that take visitors over to the island.

In the Economy class National Alamo customers can select cars like the 3-door Opel Corsa 1.0, which can seat up to 5 people and features space for 2 suitcases, power steering, air bags and abs brake system. Also in the Economy class is the 5-door Opel Corsa 1.2. Neither of these two cars have air conditioning, but both have a manual transmission. The latter can also offer seating for 5 passengers.

National Alamo Munich can supply Compact range cars like the 3-door Seat Leon 1.6, which has space in the boot for 3 large suitcases and can seat up to 5 passengers. Compact range station wagons feature the Opel Astra Caravan 1.6, a vehicle with space for 4 large suitcases and seating for 5 people.

For even more space National Munich Airport can provide vans like the Opel Zafira 1.8, which can seat 6 people comfortably. Business travellers might look to the Luxury range for something to impress and perform well on long distance routes.

The 5-door, automatic transmission Mercedes-Benz E class 2.2 and the 5-door, automatic transmission Audi A8 4.2 are class acts that provide a unique driving experience on Bavaria’s fast moving motorways. Both vehicles can seat up to 5 people and have space for 3 suitcases in the boot.

For more information on National Alamo car hire Munich, please visit the company’s website at

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