Rent motorhomes, vans and caravans in Eastern Switzerland
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Rent campers, motorhomes and caravans in Eastern Switzerland.
If you want to rent a camper in Eastern Switzerland, the way to your perfect vacation vehicle in thsi region is not far. At MyCamper, you have numerous camping vehicles to choose from in all major cities and also in many smaller towns in Eastern Switzerland. Especially in the larger cities of Chur, Frauenfeld, Schaffhausen and St. Gallen, the offer of camping buses, motorhomes and caravans is large. This way you can start your camping vacation quickly and comfortably via MyCamper.
Travelers who want to rent a camper, a motorhome or a caravan in Eastern Switzerland are spoilt for choice with MyCamper. From Schaffhausen to Graubünden, from Appenzell to St. Gallen and from Glarus to Thurgau, there are hundreds of vehicles available for rent. The range of vehicles offered on MyCamper covers all types. Campers, who are only traveling as a couple and with rather little luggage, will find a huge selection of campervans. Travelers who need a little more space for fellow travelers and luggage can rent numerous motorhomes in eastern Switzerland. The offer ranges from more simply equipped and smaller partially integrated models to larger fully integrated motorhomes with luxury features. And even unusual vehicle wishes do not remain unserved at MyCamper. Who would like to go on vacation with an Unimog, an off-road vehicle with lifting bed or an Ape with living cabin, will likewise find.
Hardly any other region in Switzerland is as diverse in terms of landscape and culture as eastern Switzerland. The range of landscapes extends from the fruit hills of the Thurgau region on Lake Constance to the mountains of the Appenzell Alps and the majestic Alpine peaks in Graubünden. Large parts of eastern Switzerland are therefore a paradise for hikers, climbers and mountain bikers in summer and skiers, snowboarders and cross-country skiers in winter. But Eastern Switzerland is not only a feast for the eyes, it is also home to some of the most beautiful places in Switzerland. Especially St. Gallen with its cathedral and the magnificent historic Abbey Library as well as Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland, with its idyllic old town are definitely worth a visit. Many tourists are also attracted to the world-famous resorts of Arosa, Davos and St. Moritz in the Graubünden Alps. Finally art and culture are not neglected in eastern Switzerland either. Numerous museums covering a wide range of topics, from nature and technology to art and history, textiles and folklore, offer something for every taste.
If you want to rent a campervan in Eastern Switzerland, you will not be far from the mountain world of the Swiss Alps. The list of pass roads in eastern Switzerland is long. Especially in the canton of Graubünden lie some of the most spectacular mountain crossings in the country. With the Albula, the Bernina, the Flüela, the Julier, the Livigno, the Oberalp, the Ofenpass, the San Bernadino, the Splügen and the Umbrail, no less than ten pass roads in Graubünden have an altitude of over 2,000 meters. Magnificent views of the mountains are guaranteed. However, due to the narrow hairpin bends and steep gradients, some of the passes are not suitable for all types of camping vehicles. Campers who prefer flatter terrain will find wonderful driving routes through picturesque orchards and sunny vineyards, especially in Thurgau near Lake Constance.
Vacationers renting a camper in eastern Switzerland have a choice of about 100 campgrounds in the region's cantons. In hardly any other region of Switzerland is the range of campsites as wide as here. Whether on the shores of Lake Constance, in the valleys of Graubünden or in the mountains of the Appenzell Alps - in Eastern Switzerland every camper will find the right campsite.
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