Airport Transfers and Taxi service in Germany
Germany offers a charming blend yet exciting contrast of tradition and modernity with its world-class cosmopolitan cities, picturesque half-timbered medieval towns and amazing landscape of gigantic mountains, dune coasts, enigmatic forests, romantic river valleys and vast vineyards.
Fantastic museums, baroque palaces and contemporary art galleries together with friendly locals and an amazing art of living makes Germany a country rich in natural beauty and one of the safest travel destinations worldwide, ranked the seventh most visited country in the world and second in Europe in terms of tourism, with 30.4 million visitors in 2013.
Whether you are in Germany on a short holiday, on a business trip, for skiing or just in between flights, this vibrant and culturally rich country will undoubtedly leave an impression of satisfaction on you that will make you want to come for more.
Here's Your Taxi-Finder guide to Germany, its Attractions and Things to do during your stay.
City Transfers & Taxi services in Germany
Germany, the world's third largest economy, stretches from the North Sea and the Baltic in the north to the Alps in the south and shares borders with nine European countries such as France, Italy, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands. Germany's cities and towns are vibrant with history and culture and it shows in the population, their cuisine, their traditions and way of life.
Berlin, the capital city, is the most cosmopolitan city in Germany and is Europe's 3rd most visited city for its art, architecture and nightlife.
But Berlin does not shadow the other cities of Germany; Cologne, one of Germany's oldest cities, is well-known for hosting Germany's largest carnival celebrations and its neighbour Bonn, the ex-capital of West Germany, is renowned for being the birthplace of Ludwig Van Beethoven, attracting massive visits to Beethoven's House.
Frankfurt, famous for hosting the world's biggest International Book Fair, is the financial centre of the country and a major flight hub for Germany and Europe due to its International Airport. Düsseldorf hosts the world's biggest fashion expo fair, Dresden is filled with excellent baroque architecture coupled with world-renowned art treasures. All those events are easily reachable by using taxi services. The most beautiful and green city Munich is a gateway to the Alps and is world-known for its beer and its Oktoberfest, attracting more than 6 million visitors every year.
Stuttgart is home to Mercedes and Porsche, two of the world's most well-known sports car brands. Hamburg, with its maritime charm, has several waterways running through its centre and more bridges than Amsterdam and Venice put together.
A heart-warming feeling comes from the old world charm Heidelberg, one of the most picture-perfect destinations in Germany and the relaxed atmosphere Freiburg, famous for its traditional cherry-and-chocolate gateau and naturlich, cuckoo clocks, is the warmest and one of the sunniest cities in Germany.
Skiing in Germany means winter fun in Bavaria and Allgäu, the German skiing regions in the South of Germany. The Bavarian Alps (Upper Bavaria) are the most popular as they are the highest mountains in the country and The Allgäu Alps, in the Bavarian province of Swabia, stretch from Germany to Tyrol and Vorarlberg in Austria.
The various Bavarian resorts and villages are open throughout the year and while skiing and snowboarding are the most popular in winter at the German ski areas, hiking and biking are among the preferred warm-weather activities. Skiers and snowboarders will adore the amount of resorts located in the 'Voralpenland', the enchanting foothills of the German Alps. All are easily reachable by airport and ski transfers. It is advised to book your hotel, ski transfer and ski materials very well in advance.
Transport & Airport transfers in Germany
Renting a car in Germany requires a serious amount of discipline and the rental cost is steep with rental deposit, taxes and surcharges. In Germany, you cannot wave and hail taxis down the streets and you will probably have to go to taxi stands, queue up and wait for your turn. Travelling by taxi in Germany is not particularly cheap when the meter is on and tips for extra service are always appreciated.
Hailing a taxi at a German Airport is not an easy thing; there is a strict queue system that the drivers follow. And when you get one after some time in line, there is always the risk of ending up with a high rated fare due to detours or heavy traffic, especially if you are going into busy cities or distant towns and regions. Added to that is the communication problem you may face, if you do not speak the local language or if the taximan is not multi-lingual.
If you do happen to hop in a taxi, our advice is to stick to licensed ones. If you get a single person fare, do not hesitate to say no if the taxi wants to pick up people on the way or if the taxi driver wants 'extra money for traffic', even if you agreed on a price before the trip.
Pre-booking private airport transfers in Germany is a less costly, less stressful and more than relieving alternative which is most definitely recommended for your ski, hotel & holiday transfers and sight-seeing excursions in Germany.
The Taxi-Finder.com service includes Multi-lingual drivers, Free Waiting Time*, Welcome Service, No Luggage Fee and our wide range of vehicles are designed to be Child, Disabled and Pet Friendly upon request.
Our private transfer service does not make stops to numerous hotels on the way nor make you wait for passengers from several flights as traditional shuttle & transfer services do.
We provide Airport Transfers, Ski Resort Transfers and Taxi Services in the Towns & Cities of Germany at 20 to 40% less than current airport transfer fares.
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