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If you want to rent a motorhome or a caravan in Basel, you don't have to go far. The selection of camping vehicles on MyCamper is so large that there is a suitable vehicle for you in almost all Basel neighborhoods. Whether it's in the city center of Basel & St. Alban, Matthäus, Klybeck & Kleinhüningen or Basel Nord & Riehen, you can rent a large number of camping buses, motorhomes, caravans and other camping vehicles in every Basel neighborhood on MyCamper. Therefore, you don't have to travel too far to start your camping vacation.

If you want to rent a camper in Basel, MyCamper has around 400 different vehicles available all year round. Depending on how many people you are traveling with and what equipment you need for your camping vacation, you can rent numerous different camping vehicles in Basel. If you have only a few passengers and luggage, you can rent a campervan or a car with a tent roof in Basel. If you are traveling with four or more people, it is advisable to rent a motorhome or a caravan in Basel. The range of motorhomes and caravans available in Basel is huge and ranges from small and simply equipped models to large and very luxurious vehicles.

If you visit Basel on a camping vacation, you will get to know one of the most historically and architecturally interesting cities in Switzerland. The city on the Rhine looks back on more than 2000 years of history. Accordingly, you can experience a lot of history during a camping vacation in Basel. Here, buildings from the 15th century complement each other with modern architecture to create an exciting yet harmonious cityscape. The main attraction of the city is the 800-year-old Basel Cathedral, an impressive church in Romanesque and Gothic style. Directly behind the cathedral is the Pfalz, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the old town and the Mittlere Brücke across the Rhine. Next to the cathedral, the famous red town hall on the market square is the second sight of Basel. You should also see the Spalenberg with the Spalentor during your visit of Basel. The museum lovers will particularly get their money's worth in the approximately 40 museums of Basel. The city is especially known for its art museums, such as the Kunstmuseum Basel, the Museum Tinguely and the Fondation Beyeler, far beyond the borders of Switzerland.

Unlike many other cities in Switzerland, the area surrounding Basel is relatively flat. However, if you want to rent a camper, a motor home or a caravan in Basel, you don't have to miss out on certain beautiful roads. Just a few kilometers south of Basel begins the beautiful hilly landscape of the Jura, which offers vacationers picturesque panoramas. Renting a caravan or motorhome in Basel is also a good idea if you want to discover the many monasteries and castles in the south of the city. In the cantons of Basel-Land, Jura and Solothurn, you can drive your camping vehicle to many beautiful and historically significant castles and monasteries.

If you want to rent a camper or a motorhome in Basel, you can park it on one of the campsites just outside the city. There are four campsites around Basel to choose from: Camping Waldhort in Reinach, Camping und Schwimmbad am Rhein in Kaiseraugst, the Drei-Länder-Camp in Lörrach in Germany and Camping au Petit Port on the French side of the Rhine. From all four campsites you can reach the center of Basel within a few minutes. If you want to rent a motorhome in Basel and park it in a beautiful natural landscape, you can alternatively travel a few kilometers more and look for a campsite in the neighboring countries. Due to the direct location at the border to Germany and France, it is a good idea to look for a campsite in the Black Forest in Germany or in the Vosges in France.

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