Mini Cooper S
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Mini Cooper S Convertible
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Easy to drive, light and fuel efficient hire a Mini Cooper in Switzerland to make tracks across this great nation’s highways. In a scenic drive that will take you past stunning scenery, remote villages and towns, under clear blue skies and along endless green pastures, arrive at Switzerland’s capital of Berne.
Berne is situated in a peninsula formed by the meandering twists and bends of the river Aare. As ‘a city by the lake’, it offers its many guests a wonderfully calm and enjoyable ambience. Hire the Mini Convertible Cooper S and take a drive through Berne’s old town, one of the world’s first planned cities it holds a position on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Drive along the 6 kilometers of arcaded streets that over the course of millennia have been ornately decorated with fountains and clock towers.
From convenient locations such as the S-Bahn Central Train Station or Bern Airport (BRN) rent the Mini Countryman Cooper S, our Switzerland Mini Car hire service is able to work around your needs, delivering you the car you need, at the place you want. Some places of interest that are certainly worth a visit are the Einsteinhaus, the small flat that Albert Einstein rented with his wife, during his earlier years whilst as the Swiss patent office. Many of the special and general theories around relativity were first conceptualised in this home, where you can still see Einstein’s writing desk that overlooks the busy street below.
Visit the Bundeshaus (Federal Palace of Switzerland), while no longer being used as a residence for royalty the grand Bundeshaus is the location for the Swiss House of Parliament. Constructed at the end of the 19th century, when Berne was chosen as the Swiss capital city in 1848, the building is largely representative, and successfully evokes esteem as it dominates the square in which it sits.