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    Driving Distances in Germany

    Driving Distances in Germany

    Are you in the process of researching driving distances in Germany for some of the country's most popular drives? For your convenience, Auto Europe has put together two helpful tables that will give you additional insight on how long it will take to get from one city to another on your next trip to Germany.

    Whether you're looking for the shortest path between Munich and Berlin or any cities in-between, let Auto Europe help you find the most direct route with our useful driving distance in Germany tables! 

    Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles) Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles)
    Berlin Hamburg 254.69 158.26 Leverkusen Oldenburg 250.96 155.94
    Munich Cologne 455.88 283.27 Neuss Potsdam 458.48 284.89
    Frankfurt am Main Essen 188.95 117.41 Heidelberg Paderborn 256.03 159.09
    Stuttgart Dortmund 329.75 204.9 Darmstadt Wurzburg 92.74 57.63
    Dusseldorf Bremen 248.34 154.31 Regensburg Wolfsburg 390.85 242.86
    Hanover Leipzig 214.65 133.38 Recklinghausen Gottingen 189.1 117.5
    Duisburg Wahren 387.29 240.65 Heilbronn Ingolstadt 166.85 103.68
    Nuremberg Dresden 260.37 161.79 Ulm Bottrop 410.69 255.19
    Bochum Wuppertal 24.2 15.04 Pforzheim Offenbach 135.37 84.11
    Bielefeld Bonn 175.45 109.02 Bremerhaven Remscheid 279.39 173.6
    Mannheim Karlsruhe 54.08 33.6 Reutlingen Furth 168.12 104.46
    Wiesbaden Munster 213.44 132.63 Moers Koblenz 139.27 86.54
    Gelsenkirchen-Alt Kreisfreie Stadt Aachen 108.88 67.65 Siegen Bergisch Gladbach 64.4 40.02

    Germany Driving Distances Continued

    From larger cities like Bonn and Frankfurt, to the smaller villages along the way, every city in this picturesque country is worth a visit, and it's all possible when you plan a self-driven tour of Germany using our handy list of driving distances in Germany!

    Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles) Distance From City Distance To City Distance (km) Distance (miles)
    Monchengladbach Augsburg 448.53 278.7 Jena Gera 35.84 22.27
    Chemnitz Braunschweig 229.22 142.43 Hildesheim Erlangen 293.82 182.57
    Halle-Neustadt Krefeld 372.5 231.46 Witten Trier 193.58 120.28
    Halle Kiel 338.95 210.61 Zwickau Kaiserslautern 367.57 228.4
    Neustadt Oberhausen 337.44 209.68 Iserlohn Schwerin 354.42 220.23
    Freiburg Lubeck 682.43 424.04 Gutersloh Duren 179.9 111.78
    Erfurt Hagen 251.97 156.57 Esslingen Ratingen 332.92 206.87
    Rostock Kassel 355.82 221.1 Marl Lunen 30.14 18.73
    Hamm Mainz 189.49 117.74 Hanau am Main Velbert 187.23 116.34
    Saarbrucken Herne 258.05 160.34 Ludwigsburg Flensburg 654.39 406.62
    Mulheim an der Ruhr Osnabruck 122.5 76.12 Cottbus Wilhelmshaven 461.15 286.55
    Solingen Ludwigshafen am Rhein 212.19 131.85 Tuebingen Minden 417.07 259.16

    More Information About Driving in Germany

    As opposed to traveling by bus or train, you can see more of Germany at your own pace when you travel by car! This is a country where its beauty lies in the landscape, and the best and easiest way to experience the German landscape is by car.

    When traveling from the capital of Berlin to the northern city of Hamburg, the best route to take is A24. By driving along the A24 route, you can go between Berlin and Hamburg in less than 3 hours! This short distance will allow you to experience both the historic, international city of Berlin, and the port city of Hamburg.

    More Information About Driving in GermanyIf you are traveling in the eastern city of Dresden and wish to continue traveling in east Germany, Nuremberg is only 260 km away. Dresden was destroyed during WWII, but today, is completely renovated and restored as a magnificently quaint and unique German experience. When you travel along the A72 and A9, you can complete your historical, WWII-reminiscent journey to the northern Bavarian city of Nuremberg, in just 3 hours! You can also see the Kösseine Massif along the way!

    After spending time in the Bavarian capital of Munich, you may want a change from dirndls, Oktoberfest, castles, lush green landscapes, the Bavarian alps, and liters of delicious beer. The ancient city of Cologne rests along the Rhine River, and offers a different German experience from the Bavarian one. In Cologne, you can experience both Gothic and modern architecture, fine arts at Museum Ludwig, a variety of restaurants and galleries, and life in a northwestern German city, that today is home to one of the world's grandest pre-Lent celebrations. Munich and Cologne are 455 km apart, and when you travel across the A9 and A3 routes from Munich, you can be in Cologne in under 6 hours. You'll bask in the beauty of the Rhine valley along the way!

    When it comes to making the most of your time on your next trip, driving in Germany is one of the best ways to tour the country! Rely on Auto Europe to take care of all your transportation needs when visiting Germany. Not only do we guarantee the best rates and service, we are proud to offer a wide selection of rental cars. From exotic sports cars to large vans for rent, no request is too lavish! Perhaps you're simply searching for a great rate last-minute? We can accommodate you! Simply call us toll-free 24/7 at 1-888-223-5555 to make your reservation, or use the secure booking engine that is located at the top of this page.

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