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From Neuchâtel, you don't have far to go to find your perfect vacation vehicle. In the city itself and in the surrounding area, there are numerous camping vehicles to choose from. Whether in Cortaillod, Engollon, St. Blaise, Gals, Gampelen or Cudrefin - in the neighboring towns of Neuchâtel dozens of vehicles are waiting to be rented by you. This way, you don't have to spend a lot of time to search for the perfect camper in Neuchâtel and its surroundings and you will find it directly on MyCamper.
If you want to rent a camper in Neuchâtel, MyCamper offers you more than 300 different vehicles at any time of the year. Depending on the desired equipment and your space requirements, you can choose a campervan, a partially or fully integrated motorhome or a special camping vehicle. A camper van is ideal if you are traveling with just two or three people and don't have too much luggage. A partially integrated motorhome is perfect for all campers who are traveling as a foursome and have a bit more luggage. And if you want to be extra comfortable, you should rent an integrated motorhome in Neuchâtel. Last but not least, all special camper wishes are fulfilled on MyCamper. Whether an off-road vehicle with a lift bed or a station wagon with a roof tent - on MyCamper you will find it.
Neuchâtel is not considered by many campers on a trip through Switzerland - a big mistake, because the city on the lake of the same name has a very rich cultural and architectural past. On a hill and thus visible from afar, the landmark of Neuchâtel dominates the city: the castle and the Gothic collegiate church from the 12th century. A stroll through the pretty old town of Neuchâtel with its many buildings from the Belle Époque should not be missed during a visit. Neuchâtel is also home to two of the most interesting art and history museums in Switzerland. The Museum of Art and History in the "Palais des Beaux-Arts" (Palace of Fine Arts) shows thematically separated collections of fine arts, applied arts, numismatics and history. Those interested in archaeology should definitely make their way to the Laténium. It is the largest archaeological museum in Switzerland and its exhibition shows over 50,000 years of regional history with numerous finds from the La Tène period. Last but not least, Neuchâtel is a perfect place to stroll, whether on the long promenade or through the famous market on the Place des Halles.
If you rent a camper in Neuchâtel, you can test your vehicle right afterwards on a panoramic route, namely up the city's local mountain, the Chaumont. The drive up the mountain is rewarded with a magnificent view over the city and the lake. There is even a panoramic tower from which you can enjoy a beautiful view over the lakes of Biel, Murten and Neuchâtel. In good visibility conditions, the view even extends to the Alps. It is also not far from Neuchâtel to the mountains of the Jura. With the La Tourne, the Vue des Alpes, the Col des Roches and the Chasseral, there are four mountain passes in the immediate vicinity of Neuchâtel. If you prefer to travel on flatter terrain with your camping vehicle, you should not miss the opportunity to drive around Lake Neuchâtel.
Lake Neuchâtel is a paradise for vacationers. If you rent a motorhome in Neuchâtel, you will find four campsites in the immediate proximity of the city: Camping Petit-Cortaillod, Camping Paradis Plage, Camping La Tene-Plage and TCS Camping Gampelen Neuenburgersee. In total, more than ten campsites await their visitors on the shores of the lake. In addition, it is only a stone's throw from Neuchâtel to drive to the neighboring lakes of Biel and Murten. There are also numerous other campsites there. And last but not least, campers who prefer a pitch in the mountains will find a whole range of other campsites in the nearby mountains of the Jura.
Photo by Yasemin Salman