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If you want to rent a camper in Solothurn, MyCamper offers a large selection of available camping vehicles in the city area itself and in its surroundings. Due to the rather small size of the city, most campers and motorhomes can be rented in the neighboring towns of Solothurn. In Bellach, Langendorf, Lüsslingen-Nennigkofen, Zuchwil, Luterbach, Derendingen, Biberist, Gerlafingen, Oekingen and many other places, campers, motorhomes and special camping vehicles are available for rent. Renting a camper in Solothurn is therefore very easy, this way that your camping vacation can start right away.

On MyCamper, vacationers who want to rent a camper or a motorhome in Solothurn will find a huge selection of suitable vehicles. At any time of the year, travelers can rent over 400 different campers in Solothurn and the surrounding area. The range of vehicles on offer extends from compact campervans to medium-sized semi-integrated motorhomes and large integrated campers. Also with regard to the desired equipment, the vehicles offered at MyCamper fulfill every conceivable wish. By the way, this also applies to the range of special camping vehicles. From cars with roof tents to off-road vehicles with lift beds to Apes with cabin attachments, camping fans can rent the most unusual campers in Solothurn and the surrounding area.

Although located in German-speaking Switzerland, Solothurn seems more like a mix of an Italian and a French city. In historical retrospect, this is not surprising, Solothurn was the residence city of the envoys of the French king from the 16th to the 18th century. This historical role of the city has left traces, which is why Solothurn is today considered the most beautiful baroque city in Switzerland. Magnificent Baroque and Renaissance buildings as well as numerous churches and chapels, such as the St. Urs Cathedral and the Jesuit churches, accompany you at every turn. Another sight is the city wall of Solothurn, which is still preserved in large parts. Especially for museum fans, Solothurn is definitely worth a visit. The list of the city's museums is long: the nature museum is especially popular with families. The ENTER PC Museum is just the thing for computer freaks. And in the Old Armory, military enthusiasts can marvel at one of the largest collections of weapons in Europe.

Holidaymakers who rent a camper in Solothurn and want to take it on a trip through the mountains right away do not have far to go from the city to the next pass road. With the Balmberg and the Weissenstein, there are two passes right at the gates of Solothurn. Both pass roads, located in the north of the city, reach an altitude of over 1,000 meters. However, due to the steep climbs and narrow roadways, campers should check in advance whether their vehicles are suitable for this itenerary. Only a few kilometers away, there are two more mountain passes, the Scheltenpass and the Passwang, not far from Solothurn. These two pass roads are located in the Thal Regional Nature Park.

If you want to rent a motorhome in Solothurn and head straight for the nearest campsite, you will find TCS Camping Solothurn on the outskirts of the city. The campground is located directly on the banks of the Aare River. With the Seeland-Camp and the Camping Burgdorf Waldegg there are two more campsites in the immediate proximity of Solothurn. Campers who want to be near the water can choose between five different campsites on Lake Biel, which is only a short distance from Solothurn. And those who prefer to spend their camping vacations in the mountains will find numerous beautiful campsites in the Jura.

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