Hire a campervan in Rome
Experience the magic of the Eternal City with ease when you hire a campervan in Rome. Marvel at the mixture of ancient Roman architecture, Renaissance palazzi, and Fascist-era minimalism before people watching at a piazza or filling up on traditional Italian food, washed down with gelato and local wine. Make the most of your motorhome by driving to the beach, a regional park, or a nearby town like Orvieto. When you rent a campervan in Rome you can see all that the region has to offer.
Collect your campervan rental in Rome and go
It is easy to find a suitable flight to Rome as there are two international airports: Leonardo da Vinci Airport in Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino. Read on below for our station address and how to get to us.
Via Colle di Pero Alto, 3
00040 Montecompatri RM
Getting to the station
From the Ciampino Airport (CIA): From the airport, take bus “Velletri – Roma Anagnina” to “ROMA | Anagnina (Metro A)”. Change to bus “Roma Anagnina – Genazzano” to “MONTE COMPATRI | Via Casilina via dei Lavoratori”. From here, it’s a five-minute walk to the roadsurfer station.
From the Fiumicino Airport (FCO): From the airport, take the train to “Roma Termini” and follow the directions below.
From Roma Termini Train Station: From the station, take metro train A toward “Anagnina” to “San Giovanni”. Change to metro C toward “Pantano” to “Grotte Celoni”. Change to bus “Roma-Anagnina – Genazzano” to “MONTE COMPATRI – Via Casilina via dei Lavoratori”. From here, it’s a five-minute walk to the roadsurfer station.
Parking is available near the roadsurfer station at the metro station on Via Casilina “Metro C Pantano”, which is 20-minutes walking distance, or a 5-minute bus ride with bus f14648.
roadsurfer campers in Rome
Your roadsurfer perks
Free 2nd driver included
Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure
Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included
Motorhome hire in Rome
Hire a campervan in Rome to be close to the ancient city as well as explore the surrounding area. Here are our insider tips to ensure the smoothest motorhome hire process, including the best places to find fuel and water near the roadsurfer station.
Campervans: Equipped and ready for adventure
When you hire a campervan in Rome you can be on the road right away, trusting that your roadsurfer home on wheels is fully stocked. Your campervan comes with an awning, camping table and two chairs to enjoy the space outside of your vehicle. The kitchen box allows you to save money on eating out: you’ve got all the pots, pans, and utensils to cook up your own meals. There’s even a corkscrew and bottle opener, and a coffee pot, plus mugs for your morning coffee or tea, although you’ll want to bring dish towels, sponges, and eco-friendly dish soap. When you rent a small motorhome from Rome you will need to bring your own bedding, or you can hire what you need from the roadsurfer station. Full details of what’s included in your motorhome hire, and our suggestions on what to bring along to your Rome campervan holiday can be found in the equipment list.
Best time to hire a campervan in Rome
The best time to hire a motorhome in Rome is Spring and Autumn. In April and May, you’ll find fresh mornings and blooming flowers, and in September and October, the city comes back to life after the summer heat whilst remaining warm in the evenings. The city is hot and busy in Summer, and Winter sees colder weather and more rain, although you’ll find cheaper prices from November to March as well as fewer crowds.
Water tank services near Rome
You’ll need to fill up the freshwater tank at the beginning of your trip, and empty your grey water at the end. This can be done at a campsite, but if you need a dedicated area such as the Eni station near our rental station:
- The Eni station is on the main road and only 600 meters from the roadsurfer station: Via Casilina SS 6 KM 20, 080, KM 0368 0368
Petrol stations near our Rome location
Please make sure that you return your motorhome or campervan hire with a full tank of diesel and filled up the AdBlue. You can do both at the nearby Q8 petrol station:
- Q8, Via Casilina 1890, Rome RM
Please note: The AdBlue service station information provided is for guidance only and is provided without warranty of any kind; customers are advised to check the information for accuracy on their own responsibility, as roadsurfer assumes no liability for the accuracy or timeliness of the information.
Parking in Rome
The city center of Rome is mainly composed of ZTL zones where access is limited and you can be fined. To visit the city centre, we recommend the LGP Via Casilina campground where you can also stay overnight for €25.
Camping near Rome
If you hire a campervan in Rome and want to stay somewhere convenient for exploring the city, check out the roadsurfer spots where you’ll find private campsites in the mountains, on the beach, or in the vineyards, as well as local activities available at those campsites to try out. Use roadsurfer spots route planner function to create your perfect road trip route and book a unique camping experience away from the crowds.