CAR SHARING IN GERMANY:
If you’re a bit adventurous and willing to do a little of work to save some bucks this could be right up your street.
LET'S DRIVE: You never know who you
could end up sharing a ride with if you
try car sharing in Germany.
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It’s often the cheapest way to get around if you’re not planning too far ahead – a typical rate is €5 per 100kms (62mi).
Average prices from Munich to cities including Berlin and Cologne range from €25 to €30.
Routes vary from short inter-Deutschland hops and into neighbouring countries to trips right across Europe.
• The biggest site is www.blablacar.de (formerly www.mitfahrgelegenheit.de). It has more than one million registered users.
• There’s also www.mifaz.com, this one has mostly offers going to or around Bavaria and has an English tab on the right of the screen.
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• Go to the main Getting to Munich page.
• Jump from Car Sharing in Germany back to Destination Munich Home.
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