Nuremberg rents out winter parking spaces for vintage cars, mobile homes and the like

Motorhome (Photo: Nuremberg Airport / Katharina Ostertag).
Motorhome (Photo: Nuremberg Airport / Katharina Ostertag).

Nuremberg rents out winter parking spaces for vintage cars, mobile homes and the like

Motorhome (Photo: Nuremberg Airport / Katharina Ostertag).
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Traditionally, fewer passengers leave commercial airports in Europe during the winter months. As a result, there can be a yawning emptiness in the multi-storey car parks or on the parking spaces. Nuremberg offers, among other things, owners of mobile homes that they can "store" their vehicles.

Last year, the Bavarian airport came up with the idea that the parking spaces for motor vehicles, which were only sparsely used due to the corona pandemic, could be rented out for longer. So it came about that owners of mobile homes, convertibles, motorcycles and other vehicles that are only used during the summer months were offered the opportunity to park them at a greatly reduced price.

Especially in urban areas, parking spaces for seasonal motor vehicles can be very expensive. During the winter, Nuremberg Airport charges owners of seasonal vehicles around 31 euros a month for a parking space on P50. Covered is also possible: The P4 multi-storey car park should be available for the same price.

Nuremberg Airport's offer is primarily aimed at owners of motor vehicles that are usually only used in the warm season. The minimum contract period is therefore five months. Interested parties can apply for information and specific offers at [email protected] or contact the airport directly on 0049/9119371313.

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