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Budget Car Rental Munich Airport

Budget Munich Airport Car Hire

Several well-known car rental firms have their counters in the Airport Centre (MAC), the central area where customers with a reservation can collect their car keys and documents. The car rental centre is located between the two terminal buildings. Budget Munich Airport has their car rental station there.

It is possible to make reservations in advance either by visiting the German website at www.budget.de or by visiting the international website at www.budget.com.

Budget car hire Munich Airport can supply a wide selection of rental cars from a mini Fiat Panda 1.2 to an easy to drive Fiat Punto Evo 1.4 or a Renault Megan 1.6. For business travellers or tourists wishing to add a little luxury to their driving experience in Bavaria there are the Mercedes A or C class rental vehicles.

It is usual for the service team to hand over the chosen hire car with a full petrol tank, but some local customs apply and customers should enquire at the time of booking, what the petrol arrangement is going to be.

Among the mini 2 or 4-door options from Budget Munich are cars like the Fiat 500 1.2, which features air conditioning. The rental deal includes collision damage waiver and third party/property damage insurance coverage. Personal accident insurance is recommended and can be booked for the driver and passengers for an additional charge of around £4.81 per day.

The Economy range from Budget can offer cars like the 3-door Ford Fiesta, a popular car with air conditioning and manual transmission. The Compact class offers 4-door cars like the Opel Astra 1.6, which has room for up to 5 passengers and features air conditioning and manual transmission.

Full-size passenger vans for groups of travellers are also available from Budget car hire Munich Airport. However, the VW Caddy Maxlife 2.0 is only available on 5 day rental terms, as is the premium van option of the Fiat Scudo, a 9-seater with 5 doors.

Although there are perfectly convenient train and bus connections to the lovely town of Erding, driving there offers far more possibilities for “proper exploration”. The small town lies around 35 miles or 55 km north-east of Munich. After visiting the wonderful Bauernmarkt, a regular farmers’ market, the zoo and the town’s lovely park, the day can be rounded up with a visit to one of Germany’s best thermal spa complexes.

Therme Erding Water Park has no fewer than 20 slides and the world’s largest sauna to offer. Two hours pampering cost EUR 15.00 per person, a day ticket costs EUR 26.00 per person.

Even closer to Munich lies the lovely town of Starnberg; the gateway to the 5 lakes country, Starnberg lies to the south-west of Munich and Lake Starnberg is the most popular attraction to the town has to offer in summer. There is boat hire and a multitude of water-based activities for visitors to enjoy. During the rest of the year the Buchheim Museum with its imposing collection of fine art is well worth spending an afternoon.

For more information about Budget car hire Munich, please visit the official website at http://www.budget.com, where reservations and enquiries can be made.

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