The city of Wuppertal in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, lies in and around the valley of the Wupper River.
Use the services like car for rent in Wuppertal on your arrival at the Düsseldorf International Airport, 30 km away from your holiday destination. Wuppertal alone possesses over 4,500 buildings classified as national monuments and built in various epochs over the last centuries. Along with its fantastic surrounding area it is most suitable to set up camp and explore the magnificent attractions in and around the city. Its townsfolk are very friendly and will invite you to their table for a chat. You will feel immediately at ease in this terrific place.
Rent a car in Wuppertal and get yourself to the city’s main highlight, hop in the suspended monorail for a unique drive. It is the best way to explore a big part so that you get an idea where to head afterwards. There are several fantastic museums waiting for you such as the 18th century Engels House with a magnificent exhibition on local art. Have a leisure hike in the amazing sculpture park and visit the large zoo with its beautiful landscapes. The modern Concert Hall should be visited in the evening to hear the superb acoustics by enjoying one of the fine performances held here. Any idea what is roller hockey? Here is your chance to watch the German champions in full swing which is surely great fun just to hear the cheers for the home favorite and its competitor.
Hire a car in Wuppertal and drive to nearby Solingen, also called the City of Blades. It all started with a master craftsman who made an exquisite sword sometime in the 13th century, now displayed at Solingen Blade Museum and explaining the history of its craft. A must visit is Germany’s oldest city Cologne where the fantastic cathedral spires overlook this medieval gem. Stroll through its magnificent old part and meet people for a Kölsch, one of the great beers of Cologne. After the refreshments tour some of the many outstanding museums, get into the fantastic nightlife. Have a break in Dortmund and enjoy an afternoon or evening football game with the home favorite Borussia Dortmund while munching its specialty Salzkuchen. Don’t forget a short visit at Moenchengladbach and visit one of the grandest Renaissance palaces in the Lower Rhine region of Germany. The Renaissance Schloss is nowadays a great museum. Have a rest at one of the best known tourist spots, the Bunte Garten Park before you stroll through the Abteiberg Museum, with is fantastic art exhibition from world famous artists such as Andy Warhol and Yves Klein.
This is just a very short description of the attractions this region has to offer you. Best to come here for your next vacation and explore it more closely especially with the convenience and comfort of a great rented car!
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