Rent a Ferrari in Germany

Festivals, Feasts and Folk

Eric Palmer - Travel Writer and Petrol Head Luxury Car Rental Germany

With some of the biggest and in some cases strangest events on calendar, Germany’s festivals have something in store for everyone’s taste. Rent a Ferrari in Germany and go from town to town, month to month, joining the culture and parties of the German folk.

Ride the Ferrari California T, an elegant and versatile open-top sports car, along the famous river Rhine from Bonn to Rüdesheim while a series of spectacular fireworks light up the castles and vineyards lining the river banks.

The world’s second largest film festival, the Berlinale, draws film professionals from over 115 countries. Mingle with red carpet strutters and drive around town aboard the Ferrari 458 Speciale. With a wide array of advanced technologies and active aerodynamics, the 458 Speciale sports car is the most high-performance V8 ever produced.

Enjoy concerts performing Richard Wagner’s great operas at the Bayreuth Richard Wagner Festival or Join the Munich Opera Festival.

Watch typically formal Germans go wild and party hard at the parades and costume balls surrounding Karneval.

Get on board a Ferrari rental in Germany, like the Ferrari 458 Speciale A and join one of two, simultaneously running, massive rock festivals, the ‘Rock am Ring’ and ‘Rock im Park’. Watch artists perform a range of music genres in what has become one of the world’s largest music festivals. Premiered in a yellow triple-layer paint with a Nart Blu and white center stripe, the new limited edition special series is sure to get you noticed wherever you go. The 458 Speciale A is the most aerodynamically efficient spider and most powerful naturally aspirated V8 Ferrari ever built

Go crazy and join Germany’s most famous and the world's largest fair, Oktoberfest. Drink beer, eat pork sausages and party on during this 15 day festival.

Ferrari Rental Locations in Germany

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Impark Summer Festival Summer fun in Munich Mixing business and pleasure Emma Collins 7.31.16
Trinkets & Chatchkes Only As Young As The Woman You Feel Patrick Fontaine 1.31.16
Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet Shine Bright Like a Diamond Get Your Pass to the Cannes Film Festival Abigail Green 1.31.16
Metropolis Building A Business Deal and a Great Meal Expanding Beyond Borders Chris Hanneman 1.31.16
Beach Club Costa del Sol White Umbrella-Clad Paradise Hitting the Beach Club Scene with the Girls Abigail Green 1.31.16
More than Just Mustard Old Towns, New Friends: From Dijon to St Etienne Claude Huber 12. 6.15
Buckle Up! A Scenic Drive to Switzerland’s Most Dangerous Precipice Claude Huber 11. 5.15
Punch, Drunk, Love Sustaining the Body and Soul: A Wine Tour of Italy Linda and Steve Williams 7.15.15
Amalfi Coast Let’s Go on a Date With Shells in our Pockets and Sand on our Toes Emma Collins 7.15.15
Ebony & Ivory The Best Antiques Worth Keeping, Are Old Friends Patrick Fontaine 7. 9.15
Cooking Class Kid-Friendly Italy Gladiators, Cooks and Masks Emma Collins 7. 9.15
Bright Sky, Black Forest Enchanting and mysterious, discover Germany’s Black Forest Claude Huber 7. 5.15
BerlYn A Quest for Art Life is About Using the Whole Box of Crayons Abigail Green 7. 5.15
Food for the Soul "People Who Love to Eat are Always the Best People” Chris Hanneman 7. 5.15
Cross country skiing Hardcore in Chamonix, Death Sports Capital of the World White Powder Adventures Chris Hanneman 7. 5.15