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Buchbinder is your competent and reliable car rental company to discover Regensburg in a flexible and comfortable way. We offer a comprehensive fleet, where you can find the right rental vehicle for Regensburg from cars to trucks. We rely on vehicles of renowned manufacturers such as BMW, VW and Mercedes, which we provide for inexpensive short-term or long-term rentals available. You can book your private and business rental car online at attractive rates online or in one of our three rental stations in Regensburg. In the course of the booking, you select the desired vehicle class, indicate any special requests, such as navigation devices or child seats, and opt for a protection package. Our friendly staff will be there for you during opening hours and will be happy to advise you around the clock. As an added benefit, you can enjoy the uncomplicated 24-hour return. From city trips to business trips, from short breaks in the city to family vacations: Buchbinder offers the ideal rental car for Regensburg, from small cars to sprinters. And if you have to move, you can handle it easily with one of our vans.
Buchbinder Car Rental offers numerous car and truck models:
Our three rental stations in the north, south and center of Regensburg provide ideal starting points for exploring the city. Our branch in the Margaretenstraße is located 2 minutes from the main station, the locations Bajovarenstraße and Schergenbreite 9 minutes. As the capital of the Upper Palatinate, Regensburg extends a scenic stretch between the mouths of the Naab and the Regen - along the Danube. Surrounded by the Bavarian Forest, the Franconian Jura, the Danube plain Gäuboden and the Lower Bavarian hill country, it offers attractive destinations in the surrounding area. If you rent a car in Regensburg, explore the city and its attractions - such as the picturesque castles and palaces - comfortably and independently. The eventful history of today's university city and former trade metropolis dates back to the Stone Age. It left its traces in the form of secular buildings and art treasures of all eras, whose artefacts you can admire in the 20 museums of the city. In the Kepler memorial house, you get, for example, exciting insights into the life and works of the ingenious natural scientist. A journey from the Stone Age to the 19th century takes place in the Historical Museum, which is housed in the former Minorite Monastery. In the Roman history of Regensburg you dive in the context of the "document legion camp wall" in the old town.
The old town of Regensburg is the best preserved medieval city in Germany. It combines historic flair with inviting promenades and the vibrant life of a modern metropolis. The ensemble of nearly 1,000 listed buildings in the old town and the reachable over the Stone Bridge district Stadtamhof are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. At the Town Hall Square stands the complex of Gothic New Town Hall and Baroque Old Town Hall with its tower and late Gothic Reichssaalbau in the eye. Here, the Reichstag Museum, the state rooms and the torture chamber give an impressive insight into the history of the former imperial and royal city. You can visit important sacral buildings with the Gothic Regensburg cathedral St. Peter from the 12th century or the former cathedral church St. Ulrich. This dates back to the 13th century and houses the Diocesan Museum. As a status symbol of once powerful patrician families, the 50 m high Golden Tower rises impressively in the city even today. At the time when Regensburg was a rising Herzogspfalz, the Herzogshof reminds with the mighty Roman tower. The city fortification, which spanned the city in the 13th century, includes the Jakobstor. In the Middle Ages it was one of seven gates that gave access to the city.
The lovely river valleys and idyllic hills in the Regensburg region invite you to a variety of excursions by rental car. In the Archeology Park Altmühltal you take a journey through time to the Romans and Celts at 18 stations. It is located within the Natural Park of the same name, which takes you to the Jurassic with fossils in the quarries, museums and Dinopark. Discover the romantic castles and palaces that throne on the Jurassic rocks of the Altmühltal. For example, Neuburg an der Donau Castle impresses as an imposing relic from the Renaissance and houses the State Gallery "Flemish Baroque Painting". Above Wissembourg, the mighty Hohenzoller fortress Wülzburg rises in the shape of a pentagon. The Upper Veste to Treuchlingen awaits you as a restored castle ruins with a breathtaking view. At the Altmühltaler river loop, the medieval castle Pappenheim offers a varied program. The 1,000-year-old fortress with its keep, castle chapel, torture chamber and hunting museum invites to sightseeing and walks through the herb garden. On the Hirschberg is the eponymous rococo castle with the largest castle complex in the Altmühltal. Today it is used for conferences and seminars and serves as an atmospheric backdrop for concerts.
If you are traveling by car in Regensburg or Germany, please note:
In the city you will find paid parking lots and houses where you can park your rental car comfortably.