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Urban Plus

McRent4.6(42 Reviews)23 mi. from Vienna

Urban Plus +10
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,964.00€1,915.00€136.79 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.6(42 Reviews)23 mi. from Vienna

Family Standard +12
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€2,331.00€2,282.00€163.00 per night
Family Luxury

McRent4.6(42 Reviews)23 mi. from Vienna

Family Luxury +10
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€2,476.00€2,427.00€173.36 per night
Compact Luxury

McRent4.6(42 Reviews)23 mi. from Vienna

Compact Luxury +8
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
€2,476.00€2,427.00€173.36 per night
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Why is it worth booking a campervan in Austria early?

Travellers who are searching for diverse highlights, beautiful vistas, and table-flat roads should definitely consider renting a campervan in Austria. There are a number of places around the country where you will find companies that are value for money. The greatest demand for campervan hire in Austria can be observed between May and October.

In order to secure the best campervan deal at the most affordable price, there is one thing you can try. Become an early bird and take early action to book your campervan a little over 3 months in advance. Early steps will guarantee the widest choice of vehicles, the most diverse equipment, and the best prices. The average daily price for campervan hire in Austria is 127.73 euros, whereas the average travel time is 30 days.


If you are still unsure about the exact dates of your holidays, do not worry. You can contact the CamperDays customer service department, and our experts will eagerly answer all your questions. If you are curious about the cancellation policy – we offer a very transparent one. There are also no additional charges for reservation changes. We are here to help you!

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Our top tips for touring Austria in a campervan:

Going on a road trip in Austria with an RV is a great way to explore the alps and Mozart’s home city. The busiest period for renting a campervan is from May until September so booking in advance is highly recommended.

At CamperDays we offer flexible bookings, which means if your travel plans change, we will immediately contact the rental company and take care of the rebooking free of charge.Many of our partners are accommodating and do not charge any rebooking fees. In case you have any questions before or after booking, you can contact our friendly customer service team by telephone.

Some of Austria’s best known attractions

Austria is known for its classical music and for its hiking trails. Below we have put together some of the best sights to visit:

Hofburg Palace

  • The palace is in Vienna and was home to the Austrian monarchy, the Habsburgs. Today, the Austrian President holds his meetings in the same rooms that once belonged to Emperor Joseph II.

  • The palace has 59 acres encompassing 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms. One of the highlights is the Imperial Silver Collection and an array of dining services, which showcase the past and historical lavish imperial banquets.

Belvedere Palace, Vienna

  • One of Austria's most-visited palaces. Visiting the Upper Palace, you will find an impressive collection of artworks as well as the best preserved architectural gems. Highlights include Sala Terrena, the main hall, which is notable for its statues and stucco vaulted ceiling.

  • The Lower Palace includes a Marble Gallery with a stunning collection of statues and a hall adorned with numerous grand wall paintings. Make sure to plan enough time for your visit.

Mozart Residence, Salzburg

  • This is known as one of the best beaches in Spain. It is still within the city limits of Barcelona. It’s a great place to sunbathe, socialize, relax, play volleyball, or go windsurfing. Other things to do include kitesurfing and kayaking.

  • The 1,970ft long beach features a sandy shoreline and excellent amenities. There is also a beachfront promenade with snack bars and ice-cream stores.

Parc Güell: Gaudí's Surrealist Park

  • The Krimmler Ache in Salzachtal is a great place to stop. It is Austria’s tallest waterfall, plunging around 1246 ftinto three tremendous cascades. The surrounding area is also celebrated for hiking, country walks and natural beauty.

  • Hike up to the Schettbrücke and then make your way to the top of the Krimmler Tauernhaus for a spectacular view.

The best campsites

Campsites in Austria and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Lower Austria/Neulengbach
  • Lower Austria/Gaenserndorf
    MarchCamping Zwerndorf
  • Lower Austria/Hainfeld
  • Lower Austria/Poysdorf
  • Lower Austria/Traisen
  • Lower Austria/Hofstetten
Questions? We have answers. The 5 most frequently asked questions
  • To drive a campervan more commonly known as an RV in Austria you will need to have a US driver’s license and an international driver’s permit. You also need to be aged 21 or over. Some rental companies may require further documentation so always check with the provider before booking. In addition, make sure to check speed limits and road regulations before traveling because speed limits and road regulations do differ from those in America but you can stay in Austria for up to 90 days without needing to apply for a visa.

  • Dispersed camping or boondocking is not permitted in Austria and fines for breaking the rules can be applied ranging from $5 up to $14,050 depending on location.

  • Camping ground prices vary depending on location and facilities. The average cost for camping grounds in Austria is around $30.00 per night. However, it’s always best to check before booking because some camping grounds are only open during the high season.

  • We would recommend staying in Austria for 10 days. This will give you enough time to explore some of the major cities such as Vienna and Salzburg and enjoy the local culture and cuisine before spending a little time in the mountains.

  • It is strictly forbidden to camp wild in Spain.

  • The best time to visit Austria is from June until August when the weather is at its best for road trips and outdoor activities.

  • Most companies apply no restrictions when it comes to toddlers in their vehicles. You can also check the rental conditions for more details.

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