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Zurich is a cultural hotspot and global finance centre. Munsterhof Square is in the middle of the city’s historic Niederdorf District and is within walking range of attractions such as the Kunsthaus Art Gallery and the Old Botanical garden. Sitting at the top end of Lake Zurich, Switzerland’s biggest city provides a convenient gateway for sightseeing and excursions in the northern regions of the country.

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Being bordered by five countries (Germany, France, Austria, Italy and Liechtenstein) makes Switzerland a great starting point for a campervan rental holiday. 

The regional road network provides easy access to destinations including Lucerne and Entlebuch Biosphere Reserve with a self-drive hire vehicle. Abundant camp grounds in this part of the country make motorhome hire in Zurich an excellent choice. Roads leading out from central Zurich have signposts indicating the best routes to local destinations and other

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Lake Lucerne:

The route south to Altdorf passes the eastern shores of Lake Lucerne. Following the Klausen Pass round to Ziegelbrucke provides an exciting contrast of mountain and lake. Camping Hopfreben is beside Lake Lucerne and a pastoral spot to spend a few days. Camping Guntlenau is located in the stunning Glarus Mountains.

Lake Walen:

Following the A3 along the south shore of Lake Zurich is the route to Obersee and Lake Walen. The magical village of Quinten and the Churfirsten mountains are two of the highlights here. Camping Murg enjoys a lakeside setting and is a popular site with watersports fans. Camping Buchs-Werdenberg is another option in this locality.

Lake Constance :

Kreuzlingen and Lake Constance are a little over one hour by road. Seeburg Castle together with the sightseeing cruise port and St Johannes’ Church at Romanshorn are among tourism sites in this area. Camping Fischerhaus and Camping St Gallen-Witten Bach are two local motorhome sites.

Driving in Zurich

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Road network:

Zurich is a major hub for Switzerland and therefore has an excellent network of roads serving it, with plenty of fuel stations.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph
Provincial roads: 80-130kph
National roads and motorways: 110-130kph

Alcohol limits:

0.05 per cent; police patrol regularly and hand out steep fines to offenders.

Cost of fuel:

Like everything in Switzerland it is expensive so do take this into account when planning your holiday budget. Money can be saved here by applying basic fuel saving techniques to reduce your petrol costs.


Like the rest of France, Lyon and the surrounding region drives on the right, with yielding also to the right. Roads are in top condition and the AA responds to call-outs quickly.

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Pure Motorhomes offer a good selection of campervans throughout Switzerland and Germany. At Zurich airport they have a wide selection of German made camper vans by Dethleffs. So reliability will not be an issue.

McRent is a big name in motorhome rental in Europe, they have depots in Zurich and other key entry points.McRent have a presence in most European countries including the UK, France and Portugal

Both of these suppliers can offer budget campervan hire or if required luxury motorhomes with latest gadgets to keep everyone entertained on long trips.

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