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Explore Bavaria on your own schedule when you pick up a cheap car rental in Bamberg from Europcar. This idyllic city is one of the most popular destinations in the state. The charming Altstadt, or Old Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a veritable ...Read more chocolate box of medieval buildings arranged along the rivers and canals that run through the town. On the narrow streets, visitors will find small boutique stores, restaurants and beer halls serving up Bamberg’s famous smoked beer, and a handful of museums and galleries helping to bring Bavarian culture to life. 

Whatever brings you to the area, a Bamberg car rental is an easy and affordable way to travel around the town. Book ahead before you go and we'll have your car ready when you arrive, so you can spend less time waiting and more time experiencing the city's sights and sounds. Read less

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Visit Bamberg Cathedral

Soaring above the Bamberg skyline is the 13th century Bamberger Dom (Bamberg Cathedral). Built in a Romanesque-Gothic style, the most striking features are the pointed quartet of spires that tower above the church. Inside, the incredible structure features intricate stone and woodwork, along with several interesting works of art. Discover this and more when you rent a car in Bamberg.

Explore City Hall

Bamberg’s City Hall is among the most striking buildings in the city, built in the Gothic style in 1462. The building itself is on an artificial island, connected on either side by tall arched bridges. Local history states it was built this way thanks to an argument between the bishop and the mayor, the former of which refused to give up any land in town to build the structure.