Compare prices on car hire in Oberhausen from all the major brands and find the best deals. When you book through us, unlimited mileage and insurance are always included in the price given.
Oberhausen, which has around 220,000 inhabitants (2008), situated by the river Emscher entirely west of Germany – in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.The city was officially in 1862, and is centrally located in Germany’s largest industrial estate – Ruhrgebiet.
Oberhausen include known for its many museums – especially in the field of industrial culture. The most famous is the Gasometer Oberhausen – a technically and astronomical museum is located in a former gas tank.
The city is named after Schloss Oberhausen, which was listed at the beginning of the 1800s on the ruins of an earlier medieval castle. The castle has since 1947 housed a thrilling art gallery, which increasingly has been expanded. In 1998 it was reopened after it gained a spectacular extension of the glass – and it is now known as Ludwig Galerie
Otherwise, many will associate with Oberhausen, Germany’s biggest shopping mall – Centro – which opened in 1996 in a former steel factory. Shop area is the entire 70,000 m2.