Rosenheim is an important transport hub in Germany. The city, which has a population of just under 63,500, serves as a transport connection between München, Salzburg, and Innsbruck, while the Brenner northern railway line also forms part of the hub. However, Rosenheim really isn’t somewhere that you simply pass through — as it also grants access to a host of lakes (including the famous Chiemsee Lake) and to the mountains. Reason enough to give Rosenheim a closer look — ideally with a rental car from Buchbinder.
Car rental in Rosenheim: rental branch in south of the city
There are Buchbinder stations at several different locations in Rosenheim — this includes one at Klepperstraße 20 in the south of the city. Here you will not only find an on-site contact who will be happy to answer any questions you may have, but also a fantastic fleet consisting of vehicles to suit every need.
Buchbinder in Rosenheim: you can also find us here
There is also another rental branch at Sepp-Heindl-Straße 2, which is part of Unterberger. Likewise, our team is on hand here with advice and support. Take a look at our website — and find the offer that is tailored to your requirements.
Things to consider when driving in Germany
Car drivers from abroad who are driving in Germany for the first time should be aware of a few fundamental rules.
In residential areas there is generally a speed limit of 50 km/h — away from built-up areas, the maximum permitted speed is 100 km/h. On fast roads there is usually a speed limit of 130 km/h, while motorways have no general speed limit, although the recommended speed is likewise 130 km/h.
In Germany, vehicles drive on the right-hand side. It is particularly important that this be noted by drivers from England, Ireland, and Australia!
The blood-alcohol regulations are another unique feature when driving in Germany: for drivers under the age of 21, or who have held their licence for less than two years, a blood-alcohol limit of 0.0 per mille applies. For all other drivers, the limit is 0.5 per mille.
Regardless of the occasion for which you need a rental car, with Buchbinder Rent-a-Car you have the perfect partner by your side — and not just in Rosenheim!
Things to do in Rosenheim
A day in Rosenheim’s Old Town could begin with a coffee at St. Josefs Platz in the Rosenheim pedestrian area. You can then keep strolling until you reach Ludwigsplatz.
A leisurely walk in the Riedergarten, an incredibly beautiful park which is open all day long, also offers the chance to pay a visit to the Lokschuppen Rosenheim (locomotive exhibition). This is an exhibition centre within a former engine house.
Those who are interested in the history of the city can learn more in the Städtisches Museum Rosenheim (Rosenheim Municipal Museum).
Fancy a little bit more action? How about a visit to the Rosenheim Escape Room, perhaps followed by a night out in one of the numerous bars?