NEWS: The decision of the German government from October 28, 2020

From 2 November, additional measures will come into force throughout Germany. The measures will be limited in time until the end of November.

[…] 4. citizens are urged to generally refrain from unnecessary private travel and visits – including those by relatives. This also applies within Germany and to national day trips for day tourists. Accommodation in Germany will only be provided for necessary and expressly non‐tourist purposes. […]

[…] 15. the Federal Government and the Länder will once again intensify the information on the corona measures in force and increase clarity by means of measures that are as uniform as possible. However, they will also step up checks on compliance with the measures throughout the country, including checks on compliance with the quarantine regulations by means of non‐suspicious checks, particularly in the area close to the border. […]

Here you can find the complete decision of the German government.

Source: Federal Government website

1. How do I best behave in the current situation?

Plan and enjoy your holiday
Especially holidays with a motorhome give you the flexibility you need in the current situation. Hardly any other form of travelling offers so many possibilities to be self‐sufficient and independent, to adapt your travel destinations and to enjoy your well‐deserved holiday despite the coronavirus. Whether coast, forests or mountains – Germany has a lot to offer and is waiting to be discovered by you in 2021.
For each of your journeys, the following applies: the vehicle will of course be handed over to you by the station in compliance with the german „AHA‐Formel“ (distance, hygiene, everyday masks). In addition, our stations attach great importance to the hygienic cleaning of the vehicles, so there is no need to worry about this. In this way, we ensure as much protection as possible with as much normality as possible.

We support you in your travel planning!

We would be happy to provide you with information on travel conditions and regulations within Germany and Europe. These are subject to change and are continuously updated on the respective pages.

Information on travel destinations in Germany can be found here.
Information on inner‐European destinations can be found here and on the website of the German Federal Foreign Office.

The most beautiful destinations in Europe and Germany can be found in our specially adapted travel literature. You do not know them yet? No problem!
With „Landvergnügen“ – the extraordinary other campsite guide – you will discover Germany in a completely different way. The most beautiful destinations in Europe are also brought to your attention in a special way with the impressive travel book „Yes we camp!“.


More information in our PDF (german only)

2. Which options do I have if there are travel restrictions in 2021 again?

RENT AND TRAVEL also offers you a solution for this. Up to 14 days before the start of the rental period, you have the option of rebooking to a later rental period free of charge. A prerequisite for this goodwill is the existence of exit, contact or travel restrictions within Germany or your federal state at the time of commencement of the rental period. Replacement bookings can only be made in the same category, for the same rental period and with the originally booked station. This option applies to all new bookings until further notice. Surcharges due to other seasonal conditions will be charged accordingly.

3. How can I contact RENT AND TRAVEL regarding an existing booking?

Our support team is available for you between 9 and 17 o’clock. You can contact us by telephone on 08583–21266 or by e‐mail to Please have your booking number ready.

4. Does my travel cancellation insurance cover any cancellation costs?

A travel cancellation insurance usually only covers you if you are unable to start a journey due to an unforeseeable illness. If you cancel your holiday for fear of illness, the insurance does not pay. Fear of possible infection or a high risk of infection at the destination do not constitute an insured event.