When in Germany, treat your family to an unforgettable day trip by driving through magical Uelzen Germany. Tucked away in Old Saxony, the township of Uelzen is a welcome retreat from Germanys big cities, providing a peak into simpler rustic ways. Its proximity to the numerous valleys and parks nestled nearby make Uelzen sort of a home base for travelers and adventurers.
Exploring the mysteries of Uelzen is much easier than it used to be, thanks to the widespread availability of trustworthy car rental services. Today all it takes to explore this medieval Saxon town is a quick trip to grab a car hire and you are off for the day. Uelzen originally dates back to the time of the Dark Ages, so prepare yourself before driving to be amazed.
What most tourists notice when visiting Uelzen is how very different it looks from most other places. This is because of the renowned Gothic architecture which defines the characteristics of the Uelzen buildings. Throughout town the basic Gothic design can be easily seen, until driving out of the city limits to the thick Lower Saxony country side.
A good place for smart travelers to begin a Uelzen adventure is by checking on the tourist map that is typically included when you have hired a car with Sixt for the day.
These tourist maps are invaluable for learning about specific areas you are visiting. Setting aside a moment to look over the area map will help fill out your time in Germany with memorable moments. Driving through the idyllic sugar beet fields provide a dreamy alternative to the sights of big neighboring cities like Hamburg and nearby Hanover.
The more familiar with driving rental cars you get, the more you may eventually have to contend with road tolls. Sometimes its easier to include adding the electronic pass when you rent a car. The electronic toll pass is a great way to ensure getting to your locations in good time instead of wasting time in line.
At the end of a rural tour of the Uelzen country side, you and your family can settle down to a relaxing evening enjoying the local night life. On any given night, its not difficult to find seating at the warm traditional restaurants. The authentic local beer, and community atmosphere perfectly captures the pleasures of German living. Eating the traditional dishes in this medieval town centre can make anyone feel like a king, even for just the night.