Why Choose Us?
We challenge you to find cheaper! Our rates include a brand new vehicle, unlimited mileage, insurance and roadside assist*. Why pay more?
We offer a great range of vehicles at competitive prices, from the most reputable suppliers.
We provide 24/7 service while you're on the road. You can also call 1800 761 192 , leave a message, and we'll return your call.
Planning Your Trip
Car leasing is a fantastic alternative to long term car rental in Geneva. The insurance included is certainly a highlight, covering many European countries! Leasing is a tax free buy back programme endorsed by the French government to encourage tourism.
There are only 3 companies you can lease from in Geneva and these are; Renault, Peugeot and Citroen. The variety of vehicles offered by these three companies are extensive and selection of the best deal can be an overwhelming experience. Udrive takes the hassle from our customers and compare the rates from these three companies to suit your needs. We will simply compare and provide you with the best possible quote from one of these companies within 24 hours of receiving your quote request. We're confident that once you've compared our prices to those elsewhere, you'll find that our deals are unbeatable.
Specifically designed for non-European residents and travellers planning an extended holiday in Geneva between 17 and 175 days, all vehicles are left-hand drive. It is a great alternative to car hire allowing you to explore the best of Geneva as soon as you arrive.
Please note that most vehicles include insurance with no vehicle excess, full factory warranty, personal accident insurance, free additional drivers, unlimited kilometres and 24 hour roadside assistance in 8 countries throughout Geneva.
Geneva is the second largest city of Switzerland and also a major player on the international stage of commerce. It is most noted for being the headquarters of the UN and also the location of where the international Geneva treaties were signed. There are many attractions that are waiting to be explored. Eight two buildings and sites are protected under heritage law and most of them are open to the public.
(Geneva at night by Spadger)
Eight places to see in Geneva
One of the most well-known landmarks of Geneva is the Jet d’Eau, also known as the Rade and holding the record as the world’s tallest jet of water. It is a water fountain reaching 140 metres up into the air. See it from a distance but no doubt, the landmark is more spectacular when viewed up close. Just be prepared to get wet!
(Picture by Alan Hughes)
If you are able to complete the steep walk up hill, the streets of the old town often throw up unexpected surprises. This urban area is historically rich for architecture and small boutique shops. Road side cafes prove popular as does the major attraction of the Barbier-Mueller Museum.
(Geneva old town by Athena)
Nearby is a magnificent building called the Cathédrale St-Pierre. Belonging to the Swiss reformed church, the blend of architectural style from over the years has produced a unique and magnificent landmark. The view from the top of the towers is an awe-inspiring panoramic horizon and church services are also regularly held for anyone that wants to attend.
To the east of the city, lies Geneva lake and it makes a great family day out. Lunch is available from one of the many lakeside restaurants and small cruises are a relaxing way to view the landscape. Ideally allocate one or two nights to stay in the region. Yearly, there are many events and festivals held here and daily excursions such as cycling and mountain biking are sold.
(Lake Geneva by Gimly)
There are over 30 museums dotted around the city although the most popular is the Red Cross museum. They make use of photography to show humanitarian disasters from all over the world throughout history. Although it is a serious topic, it is a very enlightening and educational visit.
Anyone who does not have to stick to a budget will enjoy shopping on the Rue de Rive. If money is restricted, it is still worth wandering down the street to gain a sneaky insight into life of the rich.
If you are there in June, time your visit around the Fête de la Musique, a three day event showcasing music, dance, food and drink. The whole city participates in this event so pre-book accommodation if you plan to attend.
Creative and artistic like-minded people will enjoy wandering around Carouge that is filled with artists seeking out inspirational sources. During the day, many cafes are open and at night time, jazz clubs open their doors to large crowds.