Switzerland Motorhome Rental

UK and Europe Travel - Travel throughout Switzerland and Europe using Motorhome Rental. We help independent travellers decide on the best way to see Switzerland offering caring service and terrific value deals. Switzerland RV Hire with depot in Zurich.

McRent Switzerland 2017 Motorhome Hire Rates

 
Mobycampers - Camper Rental in Switzerland with depot in Bilberist, Since 1974 we are active in the renting and sale business of Volkswagen and Mercedes Campers. With the choice to VW and Mercedes we decided for highest quality and security, so that you can calmed travel to vacation
Swiss Motorhome - Swiss-Motorhome is committed to helping you plan the ultimate motorhome rental road trip in Switzerland or indeed to our neighbouring countries Germany, Italy, France or Austria since we are located right in the heart of Europe. We are a full-service travel agent and offer you customized and individual services during your stay in and around Switzerland.
   
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Switzerland Information

Switzerland Country & Tourist Information - Welcome to Switzerland - MySwitzerland.com is the offical website of the Swiss National Tourist Office. Find all information you need for your vacation, your holidays in Switzerland. Book hotels, apartments and chalets. Buy souvenirs, gifts or rail tickets. Get comprehensive information about the current weather, snow conditions, skiing, water temperatures, summer or winter vacation in the alps, swiss mountains, airports, family holidays, exhibitions, events, seminars and business meetings, congress organisation, mountain biking, nordic walking, wellness, spas, accomodation, ski resorts.

Explore the Switzerland landscape with a Campervan, Motorhome, RV or Camper from one of the above Switzerland Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Switzerland Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Create life time memories with a Switzerland self drive camper rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with your Switzerland Camper Rental and enjoy great value for money (especially for families) with being able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality time with the family.

Climate
The Swiss climate is generally temperate, but can vary greatly between the localities, from glacial conditions on the mountain tops to the often pleasant Mediterranean climate at Switzerland's southern tip. The summer tends to be warm and humid at times with periodic rain so it is ideal for pastures and grazing. The winters in the mountains alternate with sun and snow, while the lower lands tends to be more cloudy and foggy in winter. A weather phenomenon known as the Föhn can occur at all times of the year, even in winter, and is characterized by a wind with warm Mediterranean air. The driest conditions persist in the southern valleys of the Wallis/Valais above which valuable saffron is harvested and many grapes are grown, the Graubünden also tends to be somewhat drier in climate and slightly colder, yet with plentiful snow in winter. The wettest conditions persist in the high Alps and in the Ticino which has much sun yet heavy bursts of rain from time to time. The east tends to be colder than the west of Switzerland, yet anywhere up high in the mountains can experience a cold spell at any time of the year.

Switzerland Most Popular Tourist Attractions

Museum of Fine Arts Basel
The museum holds the world's largest collection of works by the Holbein family. The Renaissance collection includes works by Witz and Cranach the Elder, Grunewald. Highlights of the 19th century are represented by paintings by Bocklin, van Gogh, Gauguin and Cezanne. The 20th century collection focuses on Cubism (Picasso, Braque, Leger), German Expressionism and American art since 1950.

Geneve Ariana Museum
The ceramic and glass museum Ariana was founded by Gustave Revilliod, who was from Geneva. He ordered the construction of a building combining the Neo-Classical and New Baroque architectural style to house his private art collection. The edifice, built between the years of 1877 and 1884, is located near the Palais des Nations, the headquarters of the United Nations in Europe. He named the building after his mother, Ariana, and bequeathed it, along with other real estate and assets to the city of Geneva.

Luzern Bourbaki Panorama- Giant Panoramic Painting
The 112 meter by 10 meter large painting is one of the last giant panoramic paintings of the 19th century that have been preserved. It is a European cultural monument. The painter of the Panorama, Edouard Castres, experienced the war as a Red Cross volunteer. A museum (very close to the Glacier Garden) conveys knowledge about the war, the fate of the Bourbaki army and about the panoramic painting.

Zurich Rietberg Museum
With its presentation of works of art, the museum seeks to not only consciously highlight the fascinating variety of artistic forms of expression, but also to arouse an interest and understanding of foreign cultures, beliefs and religions. The architecturally spectacular "Emerald", as the new museum is called, consists of a glass pavilion and fits perfectly into the existing ensemble of villas in the beautiful Rieterpark.

Lake Geneva
With its presentation of works of art, the museum seeks to not only consciously highlight the fascinating variety of artistic forms of expression, but also to arouse an interest and understanding of foreign cultures, beliefs and religions. The architecturally spectacular "Emerald", as the new museum is called, consists of a glass pavilion and fits perfectly into the existing ensemble of villas in the beautiful Rieterpark.

Interlaken
Be active in Interlaken. The city boasts countless recreational activities, from the more tame hiking and skiing to adventure sports like paragliding, bungee jumping, or even river rafting. With beautiful scenery surrounding the area, it is no surprise that most visitors visit this place to explore the great outdoors.

The Rhine Falls
The Rhine Falls are located in the town of Schaffhausen, and are the largest waterfalls in all of Europe. Take in the stunning sights of these waterfalls from the several viewing platforms, or take a boat ride around the falls themselves, which are lit up each summer for a special celebration.

The Tropical Alps
In this tourist attractions you will find palm trees here. Ticino is very close to Italy, and offers glaciers as well as palm trees. The culture is rich and diverse in this area, and is little known to those who don't live in Switzerland.

Zermatt
Being located at the base of the Swiss Alps makes this ski resort one of the most beloved. Zermatt is famous for its beautiful ski resort where you can enjoy skiing. If you are not interested in skiing then there are several other options. You can enjoy dining in a gourmand restaurant.
 




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