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Immerse yourself in the rich history, culture, art, and delicious food of Italy all from the comfort of your camper van or Class C RV rental. If you haven’t already seen them and have time for a longer road trip in Italy, take on the big three and visit Rome’s ancient ruins, Florence’s Renaissance art, and Venice’s iconic canals. Adventure in the Italian Alps and the lake country in Lombardy, soak up the sun on the Riviera or the Amalfi Coast, and go truffle hunting in Umbria. Every region has its own unique cuisine, so don’t forget to search out the hidden gems of local dining wherever you go. Wake up to a strong Italian coffee, and watch the sun go down with a bottle of wine from a nearby vineyard, when you rent a camper van in Italy you can’t help but live la dolce vita!
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Italy is a dream destination to explore with a camper van, filled with beautiful scenery, historic landmarks, ancient ruins, and delicious cuisine. Explore the towns that cling to cliffs and hillsides, turquoise seas whispering across pebbled coves in the south, and snow-capped mountains in the north. There’s something for every interest and every season whether you’re hiking in the spring, sunbathing in the summer, museum hopping in the fall, or skiing in the winter. What better way to experience la dolce vita than in your camper van or Class C RV rental where the outdoors is your living room? We’ve compiled some tips to make your camping vacation in Italy the best yet!
To ensure you enjoy your camper van road trip in Italy as much as possible, we’ve compiled a list of some rules of the road in Italy.
There are plenty of campground options throughout Italy, with many of them selling their own produce or hosting activities during the day. Camp on eco-farms in the countryside, sleep right by the beach on the coast, or park up for the night at a convenient campground right on the edge of a city before a sunrise exploration.
There are a wide variety of interesting activities happening year-round in Italy, but here’s some just to share a few for your road trip in Italy:
It can be a little overwhelming choosing where to go in Italy with your camper van or Class C RV rental. There’s not one region in the whole country that doesn’t have something special to offer! Read on for a breakdown of what you can find in some of the best spots for your road trip.
Tuscany – Soak up the art and architecture of Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance and home to the majestic Duomo, before heading to Pisa to see the famous leaning tower. Don’t miss the stripped cathedral in Sienna! Tuscany has incredible countryside, making it the perfect place for hiking as well as finding fresh and seasonal produce or wine.
Lombardy – Situated in the north of Italy, Lombardy is home to many of Italy’s lakes including Como, Garda, and Maggiore. Head here to explore the quiet lakeside towns and relax in nature. You’ll also find the Italian Alps for outdoor adventures whatever the season, as well as buzzing cities like Milan, Italy’s wealthiest city and home to Milan Fashion Week, da Vinci’s Last Supper, and an incredible food scene.
Lazio – Home to Italy’s capital, many people head to Lazio to explore Rome’s ancient ruins. Must-sees also include Tivoli, dating back to 1215 BC, and where you’ll find the nature park of Villa Gregoriana, hiking in Monte Catillo, and stunning historic villas, as well as the ancient city of Viterbo. To escape to nature, head to the Apennine Mountains.
Campania – This region in the southwest of Italy is famous for its dramatic and colorful Amalfi Coast, traditional Neapolitan pizza in Naples, and ancient Pompeii with towering Mount Vesuvius in the background.
Umbria – One of the best activities in Umbria is truffle hunting, which can be done all over the region. Once you’ve gorged on truffle-covered food, visit the Marmore Waterfalls (the tallest man-made waterfalls in the world!) and go white-water rafting on the nearby Nera River. Visit Arezzo and Medieval Orvieto, and check out quaint towns and villages like Spello, Todi, and Citerna.
Liguria – The Italian Riviera is world-famous, but it’s not just for the rich and famous! This stunning coastal region is full of colorful buildings and cobbled streets in the likes of Cinque Terre, and bursting with history in medieval Apricale and the incredible pedestrianized village of Bussana Vecchia. Slow down in Varigotti and relax on the beaches in the colorful town set between the sea and the hills, or pull on your hiking boots and hike along the many trails in the region.