Maserati Rentals in Germany


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Drive up and down hop-ridden Germany aboard a Maserati rental discovering the best beer the country has to offer, from microbreweries to massive state-of-the-art plants and from cavernous historic beer halls to enchanting chestnut-shaded beer gardens.

Drive your Maserati Ghibli rental to Bremen and see where the wares of the internationally established brew come from during a two-hour tour of the Beck’s brewery. The Maserati Ghibli, a powerful four-door, four-passenger executive car, combines exquisite hand craftsmanship with advanced technological processes to deliver a true motorized work of art.

Take the Maserati GranTurismo for a spin and visit Friesisches Brauhaus in Jever. The brewery has been producing the amber drink since 1848. Take a tour of the production and bottling plant as well as of the museum and take a peek behind the scenes. The GranTurismo is one of the most stylish and high-performance sports cars on the road, providing incredible ability, performance and reliability.

For a little taste of history, take your Maserati rental in Germany and visit Päffgen in Cologne, which has been pouring Kölsch in skinny glasses since 1883, or go to Prater in Berlin, the oldest beer garden in the German capital. Having kept much of its traditional charm, Prater is a great place to hoist a custom-brewed pilsner under the centuries-old chestnut trees.

If you are a beer-lover at heart, there is no better place to worship the gods of brew than at Oktoberfest. Drive your Maserati Quattroporte Diesel rental to Munich, raise a litre of Weizen, chomp on warm pretzels and sway away to the tunes of an oomph band.

Maserati 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