Rent a car from Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel Airport and enjoy the flexibility of exploring the city and beyond at your own pace. Our rental team will be waiting for you at our rental counter in the terminal building to ensure you get on the road as quickly as possible.
Browse our extensive range of vehicles, then pre-book online to guarantee a seamless transition from plane to car. Whether you are visiting for the day on business or for leisure purposes, Avis has the right car for you. Choose from economy, luxury, family saloons or SUVs among others, and don’t forget to check out additional features such as one-way drop off, sat nav and child seats.
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Located just 10km from Germany’s second city, Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel Airport, is one of the country’s main transport hubs. It is well connected to the city of Hamburg via the B433, making it easy for you to reach the city centre and its wealth of attractions in a little over 25 minutes. Once you arrive, there is plenty of parking throughout the city and many of the attractions can be visited on foot.
Hamburg itself is a key destination in Germany for culture, shopping, entertainment and gastronomy, famous for its glittering harbourfront and many canals (more than Venice and Amsterdam combined!). The city’s north-east location and network of major roads that surround it means that it is also extremely well placed for whichever direction you are going in.
If you are travelling towards Berlin, the A24 connects you with the vibrant capital in around three hours, while the A7 directly south will bring you to Hanover in less than two hours. Hamburg is also well placed for those venturing north to Denmark—in under five hours you can be in the city of Copenhagen.
Driving in Germany is easy and straightforward, as roads are in excellent condition and well signposted. With an Avis hire car you can benefit from the comfort and freedom of travelling in your own time.
Imposing architecture, world-class museums, the iconic Elbphilharmonie concert hall and a colossal harbour lined with red-brick warehouses all add to the atmosphere of Germany’s second city. But if you want to dive deep into its culinary heritage, a visit to the weekly fish market is an essential. You can also discover how the locals like to party with a night scene to rival any other European hotspot.
Once you have had your fill of this cosmopolitan city, jump behind the wheel and explore further. The fairytale architecture of Bremen is only 1.5 hours away along the A1 motorway. Make a stop to visit the Marketplatz boasting Gothic and Renaissance facades and lose yourself in the enchanting cobbled streets. If you are in the area in December be sure to experience the festive Christmas markets.
The roads out of Hamburg also link you to the invigorating shores of the Baltic and North Sea in only an hour. Other regional highlights include the medieval town of Lüneburg, also known as “the salt town”, 40 minutes away via the A39 southbound, or the half-timbered houses of picturesque Lübeck, connected to Hamburg via the A1 northbound.