Compare Campervan Hire Florence

Search and compare cheap campervan rentals in Florence from top brands

Motorhome & Campervan Hire Florence & Floence Airport

When you need to hire campervan at Florence airport, book with us with the added security of our best price guarantee. We have earned a reputation for first class customer service, our multilingual customer service team are always on hand to help before or after you book. We compare the price of hiring from various camper suppliers, letting get the best price from the available options. Berth sizes range from 2 berth up to 4 and 6 berth, and we have an extensive choice in both Budget and luxury categories, available in Italy with Motorhomes Italy, Star Drive Italy and Pure Motorhomes Italy.

The birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and an art, culture and architecture capital of the world, Florence is the most visited city in the Tuscany region and provides a great base for touring this popular region. A self drive tour is the most popular way to see the sights, with motorhome rental highly recommended.

Hiring a motorhome is a great way to witness the hilly countryside and the Ligurian coast as well as nearby cities. The selection of camping vans and camping cars is superb, as are the roads, and a self-drive camper holiday will result in a rewarding break.

Top Brands Offering Motorhome Rental Florence Airport and Near Florence

Florence is home to a thriving campervan rental scene, catering to a wide range seeking budget to luxury style campervan rental adventures. To get the best deal for your Italy RV rental adventure, comparing options from various brands is key. Here's a quick guide to get you started:

More than 200 professional partners around the world

Compare our rates with our competitors or direct rental companies and choose us!

Motorhomes Italy
Road Surfer Italy Campervan rentals
Rent Easy
Blue Rent Italy
McRent Campers Italy

Rent Easy: Rent Easy Italy is a company that specifically rents out campervans and motorhomes for exploring Italy. They have a fleet of various sizes and types of campervans to suit different needs and budgets, from compact vans for solo travellers to larger motorhomes for families or groups.

They have rental stations in several convenient locations across Italy, including Florence, Rome, Naples and Turin. This allows you to pick up your campervan in a major city and easily start your Italian adventure.

Roadsurfer: Roadsurfer Italy, a leading European campervan rental company. They have a modern and varied motorhome
fleet. Choose from trendy VW Californias for couples to spacious Sprinter vans for families. All campervans are well-maintained campervans and come equipped with all the campervan rental necessities.

Blue Rent: This Italian campervan rental company offer a modern and well-maintained fleet: Enjoy reliable and comfortable campervans with the latest features. One of the popular rentals with solo adventures and couples is the compact and trendy VW California. They also have a good selection of spacious Family Vans, suitable for families or small groups, with pop-up roofs and full amenities.

Motorhome Italy With locations in all key Italian location and a wide selection of campervan hire vehicles. They are able to provide vans of all sizes will meet all the needs of small and large families or couples

Vanitaly Vanitaly  are able to provide vans of all sizes will meet all the needs of small and large families or couples. The age of the campervans with Vanitaly can be older than other suppliers, but the vehicle age range for each campervan category is clearly displayed on the booking page. If you are looking for a more fresh model, we suggest consider Motorhomes Italy

McRent: McRent is omnipresent in the world of campervan hire and they have a huge European fleet. They have a depot near the airport.

RV Rental Florence Road Trips

Florence is considered the origin of the Renaissance period and presently the capital of the Tuscany Region in Italy. There are numerous art galleries, museums and cathedrals to explore along with its world famous wine and cuisine. The temperature varies depending on the time of year with a low of near 50 F or 11 C in the winter with a high of near 90 F or 31 C in the summer months.

Culinary Delights

The Tuscany region is known for its fine wines, but the food is also unique. The bread in this part of Italy is made without salt. The thought is it is so flavorful no salt is needed. Served on this toasted bread is the popular Crostini neri or chicken liver spread.

Only in Florence can Crespelle alla Florentina be found. This is a baked crêpe filled with ricotta cheese, spinach and tomato sauce covered with a creamy béchamel sauce and fresh Parmesan cheese.

For meat lovers the Bistecca alla Florentina is a 2” steak with a bone, grilled over an open flame for 4 minutes on each side.

Tuscany tour:

This drive will take you through this lovely region, where you can dine on Tuscan cuisine, taste excellent wine and visit beautiful beaches. Witness the Leaning Tower from Pisa’s campsite St Michael, go on a wine tasting tour from camping Panorama del Cianti or relax on a beach at campsite Partaccia 1.

Lake Garda:

Through the Italian countryside to this popular lake, with stops at Bologna, Modena and Verona along the way. There is a vast selection of camper sites to stay in, including campsite Riva del Setta and Lido camping Village.

Motorway A1:

From Florence south to Naples through Italy’s interior, passing by parks, lakes and rolling hills. Rest at camper sites such as Happy Village & Camping and Campsite Parking Europa.

The signs on the A1 Autostradas and other roads are in Italian:

  • Uscita for Exit
  • Entrata for Entrance
  • Tangenziale indicates a ring road around a large town

Also be aware town names are in Italian, so Rome is Roma and Florence is Firenze etc.

Tips To Drive a Rental RV in Florence

Road network:

A great network of motorways and roads leads through the hilly wine region of Tuscany, along the Ligurian coast and to major Tuscan cities. Petrol stations are easily found.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph if not posted differently

Provincial highways: 90kph

National roads and motorways: 110-130kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent, with high on-the-spot fines and possible imprisonment for offenders.

Safety:

Speeding is not tolerated and roads are patrolled, so watch your speed. Be cautious of aggressive local drivers.

Book motorhome hire in with RV Rent A Campervan

Touring camping vans for hire are on offer at Florence Airport and the city centre, where a greater selection of fully equipped camping cars can be had. Models available include Sky 20, Sky 51, Sky 79 and Sky 500. For convenience, we’ve amalgamated the best rates on these and other vans for hire in Florence.

Renting a Motorhome in Italy FAQ's

What Do I Need To Bring When I Collect The Campervan?

Prepare the following document for motorhome rental pickup in Italy

  • Original driving licence for the lead and named drivers (named drivers should be present at pickup)
  • Credit card in name of the lead driver
  • Passport or official form of ID for all drivers

Returning Your Italian Camper Van Rental

Firstly, make sure you return on time and give your self extra time for the inspection and local paperwork. If you return late, they may charge you an additional day, plus you could be causing the next rental party to have to wait.

If you are going to be late due to some emergency, you should inform the rental company. 

Secondly, return the campervan in a similar condition of cleanliness as when received. If it is excessively dirty, you can be charged an additional cleaning fee.

Is There A Minimum Age To Drive A Campervan In Italy?

The minimum age in Italy is 21, some suppliers may charge an underage fee if you are under 25 and restrict the size of campervan to smaller 2 and 4 berth categories. When booking, enter your correct age and the system will only display campervans that you would be permitted to drive given your age.

Can You Sleep Anywhere In A Campervan In Italy?

The answer is No free camping or wild camping is against the law in Italy, However, Italy does have some free camping sites. These free camping sites are coming under tighter restriction and local authorities have prohibited free camping in certain areas. Signs will show overnight parking is prohibited, but you will also see a sign guiding you to official camp grounds. Aree di Sosta are official Italian motorhome and camper van rest areas. 

When Should I Book My Italian RV Rental?

The mumber of motorhomes on rental fleets are limited, and you should aim to book as early as possible, a few months in advance or longer if possible, especially during peak season or bank holiday weekends.