Car Rental in Switzerland

Despite being a very mountainous country, Switzerland can be easily explored by a car. This is a place of picturesque sights, scenic roads and pretty villages. Rent a car in Switzerland to witness all of these beauties.

Road transportation in Switzerland

Since Switzerland is home to the majestic Swiss Alps, many people assume that taking a road trip through the country would not be a pleasant experience but little do they know. The country has an excellent road network which is maintained in a top condition. The scenery is quite diverse and for those who have opted for a cheap car rental in Switzerland will find themselves driving not only on large autobahns but also on mesmerising country roads. Don’t hesitate to rent a car in Switzerland even if you choose to focus on urban sightseeing. Zurich, Geneva, Bern and all the other main cities in the country are very vehicle-friendly and you will have no problem getting around using a car rental. However, vehicles are not allowed in some places of the country. That is the case in the old parts of Zurich and Geneva, for example. Cars are also banned in some resort villages in Switzerland like Battmeralp, Zermatt, Braunwald and in the entire mountain of Rigi. That is why it is advisable to carefully plan your route before you hit the road. Many of maps offered at local gas stations provide detailed information on which spots are off-limit for vehicles and they even offer road trip suggestions for those who want to rent a car in Switzerland.

A wealth of choices at your convenience

No matter whether you are looking to rent a small town car, a family-sized SUV or a luxury vehicle, we at Whizz Go will offer you the best car rental deal in Switzerland. What is more, we will arrange for the most convenient pick up and drop off locations for you – airports, hotels and offices in the centre of a big city are all waiting for you. We want you to travel in comfort and style and that’s precisely what we are here to arrange.

Modern and green rental cars in Switzerland 

Switzerland is the cleanest country in Europe which is why it is only fair if the trusted rent a car services in Switzerland are eco-friendly too. With us, they are because the global car hire brands with which we work in partnership have invested in innovative and green rental vehicles. The best part is that even though many of these cars rely on an innovative technology, we will help you book them at a budget-friendly price.  

Ranking among the world’s most developed countries, Switzerland is also known for its high prices. That is why it is always best to rent an economy car in Switzerland. The country has not one but four different official languages – German, Italian, French and Romansh. However, most of the locals speak German. There are also twelve UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the territory of Switzerland, among which are the Three Castle of Bellinzona and the Swiss Tectonic Arena Sardona. 

Enjoy the best car rental available countrywide, including Geneva and Zurich

Zurich is one of the most visited cities in the country so if you are planning to rent a car in Switzerland, you should consider a pickup spot in downtown Zurich. Alamo’s small cars can be rented for just £20.20 per day or nearly £142 per week which is a true bargain compared to Europcar’s offer of £40.31 per day for the same class of vehicles. The fleets of Alamo and Enterprise are limited only to small, medium, estate and large cars, while those of Europcar and Sixt include SUVs and people carriers waiting to be picked up directly from Basel Airport, Geneva Railway Station or Bern Downtown for example. The latter brands also offer cabriolet car rentals in Switzerland which start at £39.49 per day and luxury vehicles which can be rented for more than £491 per week. If you rent a vehicle from Geneva Airport, you can further reduce your expenses. Sixt’s SUVs are available for £37.69 per day. In contrast, those offered by Alamo have a daily rental price of £26.47.

Considering the country terrain, there is little surprise in the fact that the most popular sports in Switzerland are skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering. If you are a fan of any of those, you will get plenty of opportunities to practice them while you are travelling through Switzerland. If you are more the culinary type of tourist, you will not be disappointed either. Just make sure to try out  fondue, raclette or rösti – the three omnipresent national dishes.