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Bautzen Car Rental
 
 

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  • Bautzen

    Sixt rent a car
    Niederkainaer Str. 3b
    02625 Bautzen

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 18:00
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00

    24 h pickup
    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles, Sports cars & convertibles, Truck

Explore Bautzen, Germany with a rental car

There are several discounts and specials on rental cars in Bautzen, Germany. When you book a car online, you can save as much as 25% on your rental. Many of the vehicles are new, and you can find a car rental at numerous places including the airport. You can get a car for yourself or a small family or you can rent a van for a large group. Some companies in the city have cars that are safe for the environment with no added fees. Express service is available at most car rental companies.

Bautzen has beautiful places to visit by train, but the best way to tour the city is in your rental car from Sixt!
You can decide where to go and how long to stay there. Park near the Osterweg Path and walk near along the trails that take you behind the city streets. Begin at the entrance to the castle district, and end your walk by the river. There is a tunnel to go through as well as towers that you can go inside to view. The number of public historical buildings in the city is large. The Schiller Gymnasium at the high school was built in 1900. The décor is art nouveau, and the pride of the gym is the staircase in the front of the building.

The Nicolai Tower is one of the entrances to the city. The floors are new, but most of the tower is still as it was when it was built in 1522. Small updates have been added to the tower to make it safe for visitors. The best place to view the city is from the top of the tower. If you rent a car in the summer, make sure you visit the Church of Our Lady because it is not open in the winter. Most of the interior of the church has a gothic design. There is a crucifix behind the altar and pictures of various religious scenes. The Courthouse is a place to go if you want to learn about the history of the city. It was the prison of the city, and the jury room is always open for people to look at.