Car Hire Frankfurt

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

    Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi when you sign up for free to our Gold Plus Rewards loyalty program.

Hertz in Frankfurt

A busy, bustling and lively place, Frankfurt is surprisingly modest in size when you consider its economic significance to Germany, Europe and the wider world. The city’s long-held place as a commercial hub means they’ve always welcomed visitors with open arms. International trade, leading book fairs, culture and commerce all give the city a vibe of restless energy.

Whether you’re visiting Hesse state’s biggest city on business, to visit friends and family or just to enjoy its skyscraper-filled horizons, you’ll find a hire car to be invaluable.

You can collect your hire car from any one of our pick-up locations, You’ll find us at the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport on the outskirts of town, or in a variety of other spots, including one conveniently located at the Frankfurt Main Railway Station.

With no hidden extras or credit card fees to pay, plus our best price guarantee, you can be assured of our very best service.

Hertz Frankfurt Locations

Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport

Terminals 1 and 2
+49-(0)-69-69593244

Frankfurt Main Railway Station

Im Hauptbahnhof,
Rental Car Center - Rental Counter beside DB ticket office.

+49-(0)-69-230484

Frankfurt-Fechenheim, Carl-Benz-Strasse 5

Carl-Benz-Strasse 5
+49-(0)-69-449090

Frankfurt-Gallus, Camberger Strasse 21

Camberger Strasse 21,
at the crossing with Mainzer Landstrasse

+49-(0)-69-24252626

A quick guide to Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a contemporary place that’s very much geared up for modern life – perhaps why it has one of the busiest airports in all of Europe. But you don’t have to look very far to find plenty of history and culture that illuminates Frankfurt’s own story and place in German life.

Out with the new, in with the old

While Frankfurt’s skyline is inescapably dominated by enormous modern office blocks and commercial buildings that are impressively high and miraculously constructed, it's the architecture of the old town that really stands out. The Römerberg is a public square right in the very centre of Frankfurt’s Old Town that must be visited.

The square consists of eleven ornate and partially-timbered houses of which all but one had to be painstakingly redesigned and rebuilt after World War Two. Wertheim House, unlike the rest of the Old Town, somehow managed to survive the 1944 air raids which obliterated much of the rest of old Frankfurt. The Fountain of Justice in the square’s centre was built in 1543 and flowed with wine on one celebration day in the 17th century. The current version is a copy, in place since 1988 while the original is restored after being vandalised in 1986.

This square is a real glimpse into Germany’s medieval past and can be admired and explored at any time of year. But it’s at Christmas when Römerberg really comes into its own. The city really embraces the festive period, and the market here is one of Europe’s very best.

The urban garden

The Palmengarten is a truly superb, extensive and lush botanical garden, found on Bockenheimer Landstrasse. Set amongst 54 acres, the Palm Garden, as it’s known in English, is home to numerous greenhouses, all full of rare, exotic and beautiful tropical and subtropical plants. There are picturesque picnic areas, fun-filled children’s playgrounds and even a little spot for boating.

In the chill of winter, heated under-roof displays like the Tropicarium will soon warm you up. This collection of more than a dozen greenhouses, containing fascinating species from deserts, monsoon forests, mangrove swamps and lowland rainforests, is well worth exploring.

Head here on a Sunday and you’ll receive a free guided tour of this little oasis in the middle of one of Germany’s liveliest cities.

Say hi to Heidelberg

Less than ninety minutes’ drive south on Autobahn 5 is Heidelberg, a town famous for the red rooftops of its baroque-style Altstadt (or ‘old town’) and its historic university. The university was established way back in 1386 and is Germany’s oldest educational institution.

But while the university’s rich heritage is impressive, most visitors are drawn to this pretty Baden-Württemberg town because of the sheer romanticism of the city. Not only is it beautiful, it has also been a magnet for writers, artists and poets down the centuries.

Take a drive out to Heidelberg and enjoy following in the footsteps of Goethe, William Turner and Mark Twain. Other attractions include the Heidelberg Castle, the Philosophers' Walk, the Karl Theodor Bridge and, of course, the stunning old town.

Car hire in Frankfurt gifts you the perfect opportunity to explore the city and the many memorable towns and cities nearby, as well as the lush German countryside that surrounds it.

Driving in and around Frankfurt

Being the epicentre of finance and business in Germany, Frankfurt has an extremely comprehensive and reliable road network serving it. You’ll find the A66 cuts right through the centre of the city, while the A661 runs past the city to the east and the A5 runs down the west. So whether it’s driving around the very heart of the city or cruising around its suburbs and outskirts, you won’t have any trouble plotting a route.

If you want to explore everything the surrounding area has to offer, Frankfurt is perfectly placed to make this happen. Darmstadt is around a 50-minute drive via the A661 and B3. Here, you’ll find beautiful architecture and inspiring museums. If you want to travel a little further, you can also visit Cologne, which is around a two-hour drive on the northbound A3. Home to the world famous cathedral which stands proud in the city’s very heart, Cologne is packed full of fantastic museums, plus a handsome old town and imposing Gothic buildings. You can also get to marvellous Munich in a little over four hours via the A8.

While Frankfurt makes for a great drive, it’s worth noting that some of Frankfurt's most popular shopping areas and streets such as Goethestraße, Freßgass and Zeil are entirely pedestrianised and car-free. Many of the rules of road in Germany are common sense, including laws around mobile phone use and seatbelts. If you have any questions at all, our branch teams will be delighted to help you.

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HERTZ FRANKFURT LOCATIONS

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Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport

Address:Terminals 1 and 2

Phone:+49 (0) 69 69593244

Opening hours: Terminal 1: Mo-Su 0600-2400, Terminal 2: Mo-Su 0600-2300

Frankfurt Main Railway Station

Address:Im Hauptbahnhof,
Rental Car Center - Rental Counter beside DB ticket office.

Phone:+49 (0) 69 230484

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-2100, Sa-Su 0800-1700.

Frankfurt-Fechenheim, Carl-Benz-Strasse 5

Address:Carl-Benz-Strasse 5

Phone:+49 (0) 69 449090

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1900, Sa 0800-1400, Su 0900-1400

Frankfurt-Gallus, Camberger Strasse 21

Address:Camberger Strasse 21,
at the crossing with Mainzer Landstrasse

Phone:+49 (0) 69 24252626

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-1900, Sa 0800-1300, Su 1000-1200