One of the biggest benefits of vacationing on an RV is the convenience of being home on the road. You can stop where you want and start off where you want. Especially when your vacation involves touring unfamiliar places and you want to be in charge of your timetable, Rving is the best way to go.
One such unfamiliar place you should try is Vienna, Austria. If you’ve never been to Vienna and are worried about how to go about an RV adventure here, don’t worry, there are some very friendly, helpful, and reliable RV rental companies that will hold your hand and point you in the right direction. Ready for your Vienna RV rental excursion?
Hold your horses. Something has been nagging me of late, and I bet it has also crossed your mind too.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of taking a dump 35 000 feet in the sky, you’ve also probably asked yourself a very philosophical question we all ask - “where does it all go when I flush the toilet?”
Well, if you’ve ever considered motorhome rental, you’ve probably wondered the same thing. Before you head off to enjoy the sights in Vienna in your camper rental, let’s sort this one out so you can be able to “go” whenever you want to. that’s the convenience of a motorhome, you don’t need to wait to reach the restroom in order to “go”.
Every RV has 2 tanks that collect waste – the gray water tank that collects soapy water and the black water tank that collects water flushed from the toilet. Let’s talk about the latter, unpleasant as it may be.
After flushing your toilet on an RV, the water and the waste are collected in the black water tank and remain there till it is emptied. Maintenance of this life-saving contraption is of paramount importance if your Vienna RV rental excursion is a comfortable one. here’s how to do just that.
Always make sure there is water in your black water tank before starting off for your adventure. A lack of water makes for a messy job later.
Holding tank chemicals are environmentally friendly chemicals that you add to the water in the black tank. Their purpose is to break down all solids so as to make it easier to empty and clean the tank.
It is best to empty the black water tank when it is nearly full, not just because you are near a legal dumping station. When your tank is nearly full, head to a proper dumping station, hook up the sewerage hose and open the black water tank valve. Always empty the black water tank before the gray water tank. This ensures that the cleaner water passes through last, thereby helping clean the hose in the process.
Most motorhomes come equipped with a black tank flush valve. If yours does, simply hook a hose to the rinse valve and run water into the tank to flush it out.
Now that we’ve gotten the unpleasantries out of the way, let’s proceed on our pleasant journey through beautiful Vienna.
Vienna is a beautiful Austrian city on the Danube River. The capital of Austria was made famous by the many artistic and intellectual greats that were born here. Greats such as Mozart, Sigmund Freud, and Beethoven just to name a few. These artistic legends also influenced the architecture of Vienna, making it one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Besides the artistic and intellectual attractions Vienna has to offer, there are also a lot of fun activities to keep your spirits high. Fun activities such as waltzes, operas, luxurious coffee house visits and visits to the Hapsburg palaces and the local zoo among many other activities.
But since you will be in a camper rental, we need to get you settled in a secure place first.
Some of the best campsites to park your camper rental as you enjoy the “eye-candy” Vienna has to offer are:
Being right in the city, this is the perfect base for access to everything Vienna has to offer. It also has the advantage of being wheelchair friendly.
Reisemobil Stellplatz is another great spot to park your rental motorhome. Safe, secure, and a mere 20 minutes to the city center by tram. An added advantage is that this location is super easy to find.
If you are looking for a campsite that is more rustic and further away from the city, this is it. Nestled in suburban Vienna, it is also easy to get to the city as public transport is available right at the gate.
This is another campsite close to the city. Set among beautiful green trees, it offers an average stay, but it is well worth the price. If you’re on a tight budget but still looking for a comfortable place to stay, give Camping Vienna West a try.
For a unique camping experience in Vienna, visit Seecamping Masai Mara. This place is reminiscent of an African safari (even the name says it all). Located 22 miles away from Vienna, this lakeside campsite is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing stay in Vienna.
To experience an adventure like no other, consider renting a camper and tour Vienna in style. This is one road trip you and the family will definitely enjoy. Head over to campanda.com and book your RV now.