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Rent a camper van or a motorhome online in Lausanne, in any of the 17 districts of city. From Borde/Bellevaux to Sous-Gare/Ouchy, from Centre to Sébeillon/Malley and from Mauspas/Valency to Sallaz/Vennes/Séchaud - at MyCamper you will find the perfect camper for you in all districts of Lausanne. This way, you don't have to travel far to rent a suitable camper and you can start your camping vacation easily and quickly.

There is nothing easier than renting a camper or a motorhome in Lausanne on MyCamper. On the platform you will find a selection of more than 200 different vehicles for your camping vacation all year round. The range of vehicles offered on MyCamper is huge. If you want to rent a small camper in Lausanne, you can choose from a wide range of compact campervans. If you are traveling with more than two people and need a little more space for your luggage, you will find numerous mid-sized semi-integrated campers for rent. And if you want a lot of space and top equipment, you can rent a large and luxurious motorhome in Lausanne. You can even find unusual vehicles such as cars with a roof tent or off-road vehicles with a lift creek on MyCamper. The decision with which camping vehicle you set out is now entirely up to you. Lausanne is by far not as popular with tourists as Zurich, Geneva or Bern, but it is definitely worth a visit. Situated on the north shore of Lake Geneva and surrounded by hills full of vineyards, Lausanne undoubtedly has one of the most beautiful locations of all Swiss cities. The picturesque old town is overlooked by the majestic Lausanne Cathedral, considered one of the most beautiful Gothic cultural monuments in Europe. If you want to enjoy a beautiful view of Lake Geneva, in Lausanne you can not only walk in parks on the shore of the lake, but also visit Plateforme 10. Art lovers are also in the right place here, because in addition to the Musée cantonal des Beaux-arts (Cantonal Art Museum), the Elysée Museum and the MUDAS - Musée du design et des arts contemporains (Museum of Contemporary Design and Applied Arts) will also be located here from 2022. Especially for fans of the Olympic Games, Lausanne is "the place to be." It is the only city in the world that can lay claim to the title of "Capital of the Olympic Movement". So it is only natural that the official Olympic Museum is also located in the city. With the help of state-of-the-art computer animations, visitors can experience the pillars of Olympism up close.

If you want to rent a camper or motorhome in Lausanne, you won't have far to go to the breathtakingly beautiful mountains of the Swiss Alps. In the cantons of Vaud and Valais, some of the most beautiful and challenging mountain passes in Switzerland await campers. The list of passes in the immediate proximity of Lausanne is long: Les Agites, the Col des Mosses, the Col de la Croix, the Col du Pillon and the Blatti Pass are just a few of the many beautiful pass roads you can explore from Lausanne. Furthermore, if you rent a motorhome in Lausanne, you should not miss to drive around Lake Geneva. The largest lake in Western Europe, framed by idyllic vineyards and the breathtaking peaks of the Western Alps, is hard to beat for beauty.

Vacationers renting a motorhome in Lausanne can start their camping vacation right in the beautiful city on Lake Geneva. In the middle of the city center on the shore of the lake is the Camping de Vidy - Lausanne. As far as the number of campsites around Lake Geneva is concerned, campers are spoiled for choice. In the immediate vicinity of Lausanne alone, four campsites await their guests: Camping de Rolle Aux Vernes, TCS Camping Morges, Camping De Moratel and Camping de la Pichette.

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