The best fleet of motorhomes and camper vans for rent in Switzerland
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2.000+ campervans all across Europe
One-way trips available
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These campervans are available at our local depots in Switzerland. Find out which fits your road trip best.
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Postcard-perfect Geneva is a haven for travel devotees in search of the finest and most fun adventures in life. From elect pastime activities such as sailing, wine tasting, and museum hopping to extreme sports, the second-largest city in Switzerland seems to have been created to reconnect your mannerly side with your mischievous one.
Both one of the world’s most livable cities and a global financial powerhouse, Zürich is sweet and rich like chocolate. This portal to the snow-capped Alps doesn’t hold back when it comes to astonishing natural beauty, but it also scores big on the ‘awesome architecture’ scale.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Switzerland
Diesel prices for your campervan hire in Switzerland are the same as in neighbouring countries, except for Austria, where diesel is cheaper.
When driving a campervan or motorhome in Switzerland, keep in mind that speeding limits 120km/h (80mph), while expressways are limited to 100km/h (62mph).
Switzerland’s dense road network is perfect for campervan road trips. Be aware that alpine roads often are two-lane and sometimes lack central reservation. Prepare for snowfall in winter by bringing snow chains. Also, some passes might be closed due to snow.
Swiss motorways have tolls, for which you need a vignette. When you rent an RV in Switzerland, , buy a vignette at a gas station.
Campervan road trips are popular in the Alps, and Switzerland has many private and public motorhome campsites across the country, as well as fully-equipped camping sites.
The national currency is the Swiss franc (CHF). Switzerland is more expensive than other European countries. An average three-course meal for two costs about 100CHF (approximately 85€). Tips are not expected, as a service charge is added, but you can round the bill up to the nearest franc.
Switzerland’s climate is temperate, with warm summers and cold winters. Precipitation varies according to latitude, with the lower areas generally being drier.
While local cuisine varies from region to region, some dishes are the nation’s favourites. Cheese fondue is served in a pot with bread, while raclette is melted cheese served as half a wheel and scraped off. Rösti is a delicious fried potato cake, and älplermargronen the original mac‘n cheese!
From skiing down fresh-powdered slopes to hiking up a daunting trail, and from dips in Alpine lakes to dipping bread in cheese fondue, Switzerland will melt your heart.
Sat in the heart of the Old Continent and between all of your favourite countries, Switzerland is Europe’s sweet spot. In the affluent north, trendy cosmopolitan cities are the right size to bedazzle, whilst not overwhelm–– making them a perfect urban intermezzo from the rural south, where quaint mountain villages move to the sound of cowbells rising from the pastures below, and where winding back roads and exhilarating mountain passes turn alpine backdrops into life-sized adventures. Hire a campervan in Switzerland and let adventure kick in, as you drive your campervan or motorhome from the green depths of the valleys up to the daunting heights of the Alps.
It also means infinitely more fun when you hire a campervan in Switzerland to start an epic road trip along as many cantons as you can. Along Jura, a sub-alpine pasture paradise of farms, vineyards, and Freiberger horses; to urban and artsy Basel, where witty design and odd art make a medieval city thoroughly modern; past the cantons of Zürich and Schaffhausen, between which lies the roaring Rhine Falls, Europe’s largest waterfall; up the mighty Matterhorn, in the canton of Valais; and down to Montreux, following the charming Swiss Riviera. However much you choose to fit in your RV road trip, Switzerland has cantons to spare!