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You will find our car rental in Kaiserslautern West at the Opelkreisel 15 directly next to IKEA in the Vogelweh district. The rental station is just 8 kilometres away from Kaiserslautern Central Station. The smaller train station "Einsiedlerhof" is only one kilometre away. In about 5 minutes you drive onto the motorway A6 and after about one hour you reach the airport Frankfurt.
Kaiserslautern is known to many as a football city. The traditional 1. FC Kaiserslautern club has been involved in German football since 1900 - with all its ups and downs. The city in the middle of the Palatinate has much more to offer. Barbarossa had the imperial palace, also called Barbarossaburg in the vernacular, built here, which is why Kaiserslautern is still regarded as a Barbarossa city today. Today you can still visit the castle ruins as well as the remains of the Casimir Hall built later by Johann Casimir. But Kaiserslautern also has a lot to offer in terms of leisure activities. Situated in the middle of the Palatinate Forest Nature Park, the city and its surroundings invite you to extensive hikes. From our rental station in the west of the city you are quickly in the green belt of Kaiserslautern.
The choice of the right rental car is often a matter of taste. That's why we have the most diverse fleet of rental cars available for you. From the small city car over limousines and station wagons up to different SUV models everything is there. And we are also well equipped for your move - with our vans and trucks.
Buchbinder wishes you a pleasant stay in Kaiserslautern and the surrounding area!
Buchbinder at Opelkreisel in Kaiserslautern offers you a large selection of rental cars. With us you will find your desired model for a city tour as well as the suitable vehicle for the move. But we do not only have the rental cars, we also offer you a lot of accessories for cars and trucks. Last but not least: Until you pick up the vehicle, you always have the option of cancelling the vehicle free of charge. Bookbinding is worth it!