Munich is a city which packs punch, with a rich history dating back to the 1100s and a current international reputation for engineering and business excellence. Impressive architecture defines the look of the city, from the historic churches and squares in the city centre to the futuristic architecture of the BMW World, Allianz Football Arena and Munich Olympiapark, which hosted the world during the 1972 Olympic Games. Sample the local beer and Bavarian cuisine at excellent prices, with the area being one of the largest growers of hops in the world. And of course, enjoy this beer in true local style at the Oktoberfest - the biggest beer festival in the world. Munich is also a haven for nature and outdoor lovers featuring the Englischer Garten, running the length of Munich and one of the world's largest urban public parks, as well as the nearby Alpine mountains, lakes and forests which are popular for hiking, skiing and other outdoor pursuits all year round. The region of Bavaria is world renowned for beer gardens and BMW, with many interesting attractions and smaller picturesque villages dotted about the countryside. Hiring a car to explore these hidden gems of Munich and Bavaria is the easiest and most convenient way to see the sites a little further afield than the city centre - plus the autobahns circling the city with their derestricted speed limits are a must for any car lover and petrol head. For a truly exhilarating experience, take a look at our range of high powered cars including sports cars and super cars to really get the engine revving at maximum speeds. The extensive autobahn network connects the city with many unique attractions, scenic towns and unforgettable landscapes. Visit Therme Erding, Europe's largest thermal pool and spa complex. Or take a roadtrip to the fairy tale castle of Neuschwanstein near Fussen, which is the original castle that the Disney castle is based on. Embrace the stunning mountain-embraced lake at Konigssee and even follow this exquisite scenery into Austria. Pop to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a must for easy access skiing in the winter as well as hiking in the summer. You can even venture further afield to the historic city of Nuremberg and the medieval city of Regensburg on shores of the Danube.