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RVRentaCampervan has established itself as a service minded company and strives always to provide the best in service and also price. When you book with us you are in safe hands. With our best price guarantee when you book campervan rental in Rome you will be sure to get the best deal. Choose from a wide selection of Italian camper suppliers that include Big Sky, Motorhomes Italy, Pure Motorhomes Italy and Star Drive.

Ancient Rome is one of the premium holiday destinations in the world. The city itself boasts landmark attractions including the Colosseum and St Peter’s Basilica as well as easy road access to regional attractions. There are lots of camping van sites, enabling drivers to explore at their own rate.

Rome and western Italy have drawn intrepid travellers since time immemorial, and even in modern times millions of visitors still come to the ancient capital of the Roman Empire. Self-drives provide the most freedom and allow people to take in iconic locations within easy driving distance, such as Pisa and Naples.

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What a wonderful trip in Italy with a camper van from motorhome Italy. We had 30 days days traveling across that beautiful country and the van became our temporary home that we now really miss . We found Kindness everywhere from the people of Italy and the country itself was just beautiful. It was sad returning the van on the last day. We will return next year and will rent a van with you as it is easy and secure. Jon Van Leeuwen

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We Recommended the following campervan drives in Rome

✅Gaeta and Naples:

driving south from Rome and parallel to the coast gives access to fabulous beaches and the historic sites of Gaeta and Pompeii in Vesuvius National Park. Just south of Naples are camping car parks along the Amalfi Coast. Touring van sites at Gaeta permit drivers to break their journeys en route. Pompeii and Naples are places which need no introduction, as they are a history buffs dream even if they still leave a lot of questions. These cities draw in thousands of tourists every year, to marvel at architecture and a way of life from many centuries ago. Every inch of these cities have more history then we can possibly ever know, so prepare to be astounded as you marvel at The amphitheatre of Pompeii or the Castel dell’Ovo of Naples taking a beating by the rogue waves.

✅North to Perugia:

heading north and inland, the E45 passes through rolling hills and on to Perugia, where Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbri and Fontana Maggiore are among the splendid attractions. There are mobile home parks in the environs of Terni and around the shores of Lake Trasimeno, to the west of Perugia. 164 kilometres (102 miles) north of Rome you have a splendid town with roots from 309 BC, Perugia. With it’s incredible architecture consisting of aqueducts and valleys, stop and take photographs of one of the most picturesque cities in the area. With an impressive amount of cathedrals, such as Cathedral of S. Lorenzo, any history buff would have a field day soaking in the information one can be lost in when it comes to this city. Keep going and find yourself on Lake Trasimeno, a place popular for camping among locals and tourists. Enjoy kayaking around some of the lakes large islands.

✅North to Pisa:

taking the northern coastal route to Pisa and Viareggio offers great vistas and beaches, and the opportunity to visit the Leaning Tower. Versilia features exciting nightlife and a number of motorhome sites. Massa and San Vincenzo also have a selection of sites. . Although one may believe the only thing worth seeing in Pisa is the leaning tower, prepare to be astounded by the large variety of other gems this city has to offer such as a 15th century botanical garden at the university. Cruise along the famous and majestic Arno river or visit the Museo di San Matteo for one of the biggest collections of Tuscan Renaissance art. Among the millions of other sights along your journey, don’t forget to see some of the incredible architecture of Viareggio and other cities along the way.

Driving Tips
Road network:

Rome is the focal point of the regional road system and drivers will encounter little difficulty when travelling farther afield. Petrol stations are plentiful on all major routes.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph
State roads: 70-90kph
Motorways (autostradas): 130-150kph (110kph in rain)

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent; Italian police are alert.

Safety:

in Italy, driving is on the right side of the road. Rural roads and motorways are well maintained. Breakdown operators offer rapid response. It is against Italian law to use a hand-held phone when driving.

Wide Selection Of Camping vans for Hire

We have checked the sites of all motorhome suppliers and are able to offer the best rates to customers. Models that can be hired include the Volkswagen Westfalia Carthagos and McLouis 211s. We offer a camping car service at the following airports, Rome Ciampino (CIA) and Fiumicino (FCO) plus Termini railway station.

If you are arriving into Leonardo da Vinci internatioanl airport Freedom Holidays provides a shuttle service to its downtown depot. Freedom Holidays is a seasoned provider of RV’s for over 30 years and have a good selection of small and large campers.


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