Rest area

A place for rest on the motorway network with a wide choice of services in a caring and friendly environment for motorists and passengers.


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Parking zones

Generous parking areas with information boards and clearly marked zones of the rest area contribute to comfortable parking and rest of all motorists.

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Relax and play

Children can try experience-focused playgrounds and parents can enjoy facilities for sitting and relaxation in the rest areas. Of course there are areas designated for walking your pets. Thus, all family members can enjoy relaxation.

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Modern barrier-free sanitary facilities with a baby changing table and in selected rest areas even with a possibility to have a shower will make your journey a comfortable experience.

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Tourist attractions at hand

At our rest areas you will find information points with tourist information about the nearest attractions and interesting places in the region. Or you can just read something about the region you are crossing.

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Fitness zones

Fitness zones are available for older active children and sportsmen, where they can stretch their stiff muscles after a long car journey. A short circuit training during a break in your travel will brisk up your mind and body.

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We provide motorists with free internet access at many rest areas. You can have a break, manage the most important e-mails or just quickly surf the web for the news.


Name of the network: NDS

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Have a break
and Have a rest

The range of services available at our motorway rest areas includes petrol stations, cafés or restaurants, relaxation zones, playgrounds for children
and also fitness zones at selected rest areas.


A well-kept, clean and tidy environment is our top priority to ensure a pleasant time for every motorist.


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It is important to have a rest! 
Stop at our rest areas

A list of all the rest areas on motorways and expressways is available in our mobile application Help on Motorway



Prevent microsleep

Sit behind the steering wheel only when you are relaxed. Lack of sleep has the same effect as alcohol behind the steering wheel. Studies show that the reaction time while driving after one night of a short 4-hour sleep is comparable to 0.5 per mille of alcohol in blood. One night without any sleep corresponds up to 0.8 per mille. Pay attention to the symptoms of fatigue: burning sensation in the eyes, twitching fingers on the steering wheels or driving too close.