There are several famous routes to discover, depending on your area of interest: The Romantic Road; the Castle Road; the Fairy Tale Route; the German Alpine Road; the Half-Timbered Houses Route; the Glass Route; the Clock Route; the Black Forest Spa Route; the Lorelei and Castles Route and the Wine Route.
The map shows the location of the various classic and sports car hire companies in Germany. Click on the appropriate coloured dot and the company details will replace these paragraphs. Clicking on more info.. will take you through to the full page on the company.
Clicking on a different dot will select a different company and change the summary.
If you are looking for a specific car and aren't too worried about the part of the country, just click on Marques and then select the appropriate Marque and then Model from those shown. You will be presented with a list of all available cars with details of their Location and the hire Company.
The best way to see any of these route is to take it leisurely in a classic British or German made sports car. British cars are well represented with a choice of Austin Healey, a number of Triumphs and Jaguars and as long as you travel light - a Lotus Super 7. There are obviously a number of very well maintained classic German vehicles for rent including several Mercedes 'Pagodas' and of course, a number of archetypal Porsche 911s. If you want more comfort and a bit more space then you can choose a larger Mercedes Coupe or Saloon, a Jaguar MkII or even a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow.
But if you fancy driving something completely different then Germany is rightfully the only country in the world when you can hire the following unusual vehicles:
The first incarnation of the Z series sports cars - a Z1
Russian Sil (Zil) Limousine
There is simply no better way to tour Germany by road!