Aalen, motorhome and camper depot for German RV rentals
All sorts of recreational vehicles are available to rent in Aalen. Choose from the extensive range from Compact Group caravannettes sleeping 2 people to larger luxury Group campers with 6 berths. Motorhomes in the Economy, Family and Comfort ranges can easy accommodate groups of 3-4 and are ideal for families travelling together. There's a variety of RV models to sleep different numbers of people whether it's for two adults enjoying a relaxing touring holiday or groups of family and friends for camping and caravanning. With spacious living accommodation offering all the home comforts with showers and toilets, cookers and fridges as standard. Why not reserve a bicycle rack to you can explore the countryside on two wheels, or an awning for extra space? Other extras such as crockery and utensils can be hired for a small charge. There are various safety features too such as seatbelts and a fire extinguisher. To help you make your choice, click on the 'more details' above to see the full specification of each rental campervan.
Read through the detailed list of motor homes, caravans, and RVs and do let us know if you require any further information. In order to make the most of your camping holiday the correct vehicle for your needs should be selected and we can help you do that. When you get back home and tell everyone what a wonderful trip you had they, too, will want to hire a travel home from us for their German camping holiday. The extensive range of rental campers available will ensure that you have a touring home to meet your needs so you can enjoy all that's on offer in Aalen and the neighbouring areas. Only the best deal will be quoted and prices are available for holidays for different lengths, from a short-break to month-long holidays. Just let us know when you wish to collect your touring autocamper for your camping holiday and it will be ready and waiting you. Enjoy your visit.
Aalen is situated to the east of Stuttgart within the chapter of Baden-Wurttemberg and there is just so much to do in this area. Stuttgart was once a stud farm, which is where the name came from, and became a town in the fourteenth century. It has an enviable setting in a hollow, surrounded by hills, which enables the cultivation of vineyards. It is the state capital and boasts the highest general standard of prosperity in Germany, maybe Europe. It is home to both Porsche and Bosch and you'll find its trademark - the three-pointed white star of Daimler-Chrysler beaming out above the city centre. Do make time to visit the Mercedes-Benz or Porsche Museums which are both well worth a visit. Stuttgart is also known for its orchestras and choirs and has been described as being more culturally richer and diverse than any equivalent town elsewhere in Europe. Indeed, you'll find an abundance of entertainment from classical music, ballet and opera to nightclubs and trendy bars. Local wines are Reisling and Trollinger - enjoy them here because they are rarely found elsewhere due to their popularity. Beer lovers will enjoy sampling the local brew - make sure there's space in your car to take some back home! Time should also be made to visit the Black Forest, arguably Europe's main holiday area, and by far the largest and most famous of the great German forest tracts. The Black Forest's skyline is dominated by the most magnificent church spire - Freiburg im Breisgau, while the best-preserved medieval monastery north of the Alps is in Maulbronn. Schwabisch Hall is a beautiful old town, which make the perfect setting for one of Germany's best costume festivals. Rottweil, best known for its dogs, is the ideal place to experience the Shrovetide celebrations. Perhaps enjoy a day or two relaxing on a cruise in the Bodensee, Germany's largest lake with beautiful shore towns and two islands. For further pampering, Baden-Baden is the ultimate of the hundreds of German spas.