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Italy is a fantastic place to tour on your own and campervan self-drive is an excellent way to do this. Boasting stunning natural scenery such as mountains, rolling hills, lakes and valleys, this country is best explored by hiring a motorhome, offering you an experience that will leave a lasting impression.

One of the most visited countries in Europe, Italy is filled with tourist destinations and a self-tour is a popular way to visit the country. This is especially true throughout the ‘leg’ of the ‘boot’ to witness the stunning Italian countryside and the coasts of the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian seas.

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RVRentacampervan has been excellent in providing good clear comparisions of all the options available for our touring holiday in Italy, we decided on the 4 berth Sky 20 campervan which worked out perfect and again the service from Star Drive was outstanding. Thank you Jeff & Sally

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✅Venice to Montecatini Terme:

This drive will take you through scenic Italian countryside in Tuscany. This is a great road trip for lovers of the art of eating and drinking. While in Bologna, you can rest at Campsite Citta de Bologna and in Tuscany, try Camping Village ‘Il Poggetto’. On this 3 hour journey, enjoy some of the beautiful views of the A13 motorway and stop in Tuscany to enjoy some beautiful scenery and lovely wine. This city dating back to before the 6th century BC is a history buffs dream and has plenty of backroads to wander around and get lost in.There is no shortage of history in Tuscany as well as the bulk of Italy. Bologna, with it’s history dating back 1000 BC is proof of the enchantment one can feel as they wander from Venice to Montecatini Terme. If only wants to be inspired by education on their trip, you can also stop by and see the oldest university in the world, the University of Bologna.

✅Amalfi coast:

This is one of the most stunning drives in the country. Even the Italians drop their jaws at the stunning views. This stretch is not far in distance but drivers can continue along the coast to Naples or even Rome. While here, relax at Baia Dominza Camping Village or Campsite Blue Green. Honestly, if you want to see some of the most amazing views of Italy it’s no secret that the Amalfi coast is where you want to be. There is not one single area along the Amalfi coast that isn’t rich in history and wonder. Every city along the way will have stories and enough history to fill weeks of time in astonishment. With it’s warm summers and easy winters any time is a good time to explore the Amalfi coast. With picturesque views every inch of the way, don’t hesitate to visit.

✅A1 motorway:

This major autostrada starts in Bologna and ends in Naples and is a great way to explore the cities of Bologna, Florence, Rome and Naples, and everything in between. There are plenty of camper sites along this route, such as Campsite La Chocciola and Campsite Parking Europa . This motorway winds and turns for 754 km. If one has a few days to explore and really understand Italian culture and Italian cities, this is the route you want to go. See all the classic stops along the way like the great Colosseum from 60 AD in Rome. See Castel Nuovo in Naples and feel where kings you used to live, float the historic Arno river in Florence, or do all of the above as you drive down this gorgeous highway. For food lovers, this is a must do. Stop in every city until you can’t eat any more!

Safe Driving Tips
Road network:

The road system in the north is extremely well developed, while the south falls behind in quality but is still great for driving. Most major motorways are toll roads. Petrol stations are easy to locate.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph
Provincial highways: 90kph
National roads and motorways: 110-130kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent, with hefty fines which need to be paid on the spot for violators of the law.

Safety:

Roads are highly patrolled so be aware of your speed. Motorways and national roads are in excellent condition but be cautious of local drivers at unmarked intersections. Dipped headlights are mandatory if driving in poor visibility, driving on motorways divided highways, and rural roads.

Toll Information:

Toll’s are more expensive than other other European countries. You may avoid Tolls and keep to state or regional roads which are more scenic and more suitable if driving at low speeds. The Toll rates are based on distance and the size of your camper, the toll can be paid in cash or credit card.

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RVRentaCampervan consolidated the most budget-friendly touring van rates in Italy, which is available from major centres such as Bologna, Milan, Naples, Rome and Venice as well as at airports. Models from Star Drive include Sharky, Katamarano, Europeo and Globebus.

Italian Weather Overview and Map

Italy has a variable climate thanks to its north-south orientation and largely mountainous terrain. Although it is situated in a temperate zone, it is anything but temperate, with the Alps having extremely harsh winters while at the same time protecting northern cities, such as Milan, from the extreme weather. Cities like Genoa in the Liguria region have a mild climate, while the cities in the south, like Naples, have a Mediterranean climate and are warm all year round. Sicily and Sardinia also have a Mediterranean climate, and are generally warm all year, so when it is snowing and cool in Venice, it is wet and warm in Palermo. Overall, the most pleasant weather is in the spring and the summer.


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