Germany is a modern country that is located in the heart of Europe and extends from the Baltic Sea in the north to the mountain alpine peaks in the south. It is crossed by the largest European rivers, such as the Danube, Elbe, and the Rhine, and its nature combines high-mountain areas, vast forests, lakes, and more than 2,000 km of coastline. Most tourists come here from May to September to visit Berlin, the capital city of the country, Bavarian Munich, Hamburg or Cologne. Tourists often fly to the airport of Munich to get to the ski resorts of neighboring countries, such as Kitzbuehel or Mayrhofen in Austria.
If you arrive at one of the airports in Germany, you should think about possible ways of transportation in advance: tourists, who travel alone and without luggage, can easily use buses, shuttle buses or high-speed trains. But if you have large luggage (especially ski equipment), small children or you just appreciate your time and comfort - it's best to book a taxi. In Germany, there are more than 50,000 registered taxi drivers. Typically, taxis are painted in cream color and have a black and yellow "TAXI" sign on the roof of the vehicle. Taxi fares in Germany are regulated by local laws and depend on a city, time of day and even the day of the week. Be ready to pay extra for staying in traffic jams and luggage. Also, it is common to give taxi drivers a tip in the amount of 5-10% of the fare.
You can avoid these and other additional payments by using the Kiwitaxi service. You can see the cost of the individual transfer in Germany on our website, and if our prices suit you, you can book the transfer online. We have comfortable cars with child seats for families, and capacious minibuses with large luggage compartments for tourists-skiers. The price of the transfer includes a 1-hour waiting at the airport, a meeting with a nameplate, assistance with luggage and a ride to the doorstep. By the way, the price for a transfer in Germany, unlike a taxi, is fixed and does not change after the booking.