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Car hire Switzerland
Car hire Switzerland

Land of chocolates, meticulously-crafted clocks, world-renowned neutrality and sublime ski slopes, Switzerland is a small country nestled into the heart of Europe. It is bordered by five countries and boasts four unofficial languages. Although the Swiss transportation system is excellent, there is no alternative to exploring the countryside with the freedom of a cheap hire car in Switzerland.

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland, tucked into the corner of a picturesque lake. The city’s prosperous financial district has made it a candidate for city with the highest standard of living in the world. The alleyways conceal a wealth of 16th and 17th century architecture. The local Museum of Fine Arts is a major attraction.

Many more museums are located in Geneva, a proud diplomatic city that exemplifies Switzerland’s ability to work with other nations. Bern is the Swiss capital and gateway to the country’s finest castles. Alternately, Reuss is a tiny village on the outskirts of Lucerne that boasts a dense collection of 15th-century buildings.

To enjoy the quintessential Alpine scenery, take your Switzerland rental car to Interlaken, home to the trio of peaks: Eiger, Mönch and Jungrau. Hikers can follow trails to these summits, but most visitors opt for the cable car. St Moritz and Zermatt are the two most popular ski resorts in Switzerland.

Prominent European cities like Paris, Milan, Vienna and Munich are found in this part of Europe, and given the EU’s relaxed border regulations tourists are more likely to hire a car and keep it for the entirety of their Central European tour. Drivers are in a unique position to enjoy the stunning Swiss countryside along the way.