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Drive from Mannheim to Beilstein (near Cochem)

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Hi All

We're thinking of picking up a hire car from Mannheim and driving around the Mosel/Rhine area for a few days (basing ourselves in Beilstein).

My question is - is driving out of Mannheim really hard? We drove around Tuscany and Burgundy last year and tried to pick up our hire cars outside of major cities (as driving in large cities freaks me out a little :) ). I'm not familiar with Mannheim at all - whether it's big or small. We're training it from Zurich to Mannheim (direct train), hence the reason for picking up the hire car in Mannheim.

Any feedback on this would be appreciated or if anyone has an alternate pick up place (that we can get to from Zurich) would be great.

Thanks.
Rellie

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