Germany's River Town
When travelling through this region of Germany, a visit to the baroque style Kalvarienberg church is a must. Built on the peak of the highest hill in the area, the 18th century catholic church boasts a feast of art within, and a distinctive double-spired structure that is unique within Germany. Getting up there means quite a hike on foot, and you'll be glad Sixt's car rental service provides a comfy uphill drive instead. Once you arrive at the city's best-known landmark, you'll have a tremendous view of the surrounding area, including the Alps and the rugged terrain around the town. If you take a look down, you can see every rooftop and building; a fun way to pick out potential driving destinations. One example you should certainly consider is the beautiful river Isar, which from above can be seen snaking its way through the buildings. Literally a river in the city, you can follow the picturesque Isar without leaving town - and with a pristine car rental vehicle, you can do so in comfort and style. Between road trips around this part of Germany, you will probably find yourself amidst the hustle and bustle of the town's popular Markstrasse (Main Street). With everything from local food to hand-made souvenirs on sale, you'll emerge laden with plenty of shopping, and you'll be glad you have a car hire vehicle parked nearby to whisk you back to your hotel.