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Deposit:1970.2 USD
Service:Basic
Insurance:Basic
1,582USD
Price for 14 days
7.0
Good
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Beach Hostel

Via del Capellaccio 132 A1/B, Roma, 00144

Features
5 Seats
5 Sleeps
0-2 Years
Toilet
Shower
Automatic
Service
Deposit:788.08 USD
Service:Basic
Insurance:Basic
1,019USD
Price for 14 days
8.4
Very good
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Urban Luxury

Via Giovanni Timeus 6, Roma, 00128

Features
4 Seats
4 Sleeps
0-2 Years
Toilet
Shower
Automatic
Service
Deposit:1674.67 USD
Service:Premium
Insurance:Premium
1,091USD
Price for 14 days
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8.3
Very good
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Family Classic

Via Pontina 399, Roma, 00128

Features
4 Seats
4 Sleeps
0-2 Years
Toilet
Shower
Automatic
Service
Deposit:1477.65 USD
Service:Premium
Insurance:Premium
1,374USD
Price for 14 days
9.0
Exceptional
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Atlas 5

Via Ardeatina 931, Roma, 00178

Features
5 Seats
5 Sleeps
0-3 Years
Toilet
Shower
Automatic
Service
Deposit:1970.2 USD
Service:Basic
Insurance:Basic
1,582USD
Price for 14 days
7.0
Good

Weather and climate in Italy

Check the weather chart in Italy to prepare yourself for your trip

January
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January
3°C
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February
5°C
15°C
March
5°C
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April
7°C
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May
13°C
23°C
June
17°C
30°C
July
21°C
33°C
August
21°C
32°C
September
18°C
29°C
October
12°C
22°C
November
10°C
17°C
December
5°C
13°C

July is the warmest month of the year in Italy, with average temperatures reaching 33°C. Meanwhile, the coldest month is January, with average temperatures reaching 3°C.

The rainiest month of the year is November. On the other hand, the smallest rainfall can be expected in July.

7-day weather forecast in Italy

Check the weather forecast for the next few days in Italy

TUESDAY29 NOV

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Possiblity or precipitation26%Wind speed11km/h

WEDNESDAY30 NOV

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THURSDAY01 DEC

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FRIDAY02 DEC

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Possiblity or precipitation32%Wind speed8km/h

SATURDAY03 DEC

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SUNDAY04 DEC

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MONDAY05 DEC

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TUESDAY29 NOV

Weather type

11°C

10°C

Possiblity or precipitation26%Wind speed11km/h

WEDNESDAY30 NOV

Weather type

10°C

9°C

Possiblity or precipitation1%Wind speed11km/h

THURSDAY01 DEC

Weather type

11°C

11°C

Possiblity or precipitation12%Wind speed8km/h

FRIDAY02 DEC

Weather type

12°C

12°C

Possiblity or precipitation32%Wind speed8km/h

SATURDAY03 DEC

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17°C

11°C

Possiblity or precipitation30%Wind speed8km/h

SUNDAY04 DEC

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17°C

12°C

Possiblity or precipitation0%Wind speed8km/h

MONDAY05 DEC

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Frequently asked questions

Read the answers to frequently asked questions about Italy

Campervans in Italy usually cost 185.75$ per day
A credit card is required for the deposit in most cases. The deposit amount will be blocked on the credit card on site and unblocked when the campervan is properly returned.
Please use our filters on the search results page. With the filter you can filter out providers that allow you to bring pets.
Wild camping is generally prohibited in Italy. There are a lot of possibilities to park your camper overnight in Italy - either on a campsite or on a parking lot for campervans.
This depends on the rental company. Most rental companies allow use from the age of 18. Please check the rental conditions of the rental company on the details page.
This is allowed in principle, as long as the instructions for the safe fastening of the child are followed.
Yes, campsites are open all year around in Italy. Check out the temperatures online and plan your trip.
You can use your standard driving licence as long as it covers Class B. We advise you to take an international driving licence to complement this.
The speed limits for campervans in Italy stands at 50km/h in cities, and 80km/h on most roads and highways. This information may vary from time to time, we recommend a double check before your trip.
To drive a campervan, having the right licences and being over 18 should suffice in most cases, however certain rental companies may have additional requirements such as being over 21, or 25.

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Important information and facts about Italy

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Italy is one of the absolute dream destinations for travellers of all kinds. RV, in particular, will find much more than their hearts desire in Italy. Some like their holidays simple and close to nature, others love luxury, children want to play in the sand by the sea, grandparents want to enjoy the evening sun in a vineyard. Whatever it may be, Italy has it in abundance, and those who love travelling by RV can rent a RV comfortably and without complications.

The land of the Dolce Vita really does have something to offer for all tastes and all RVs: There are the fine white sandy beaches of southern Campania or Puglia, the sensual, gentle hills of Tuscany or the mountainous ruggedness of Trentino. Cultural highlights are the order of the day in Italy, whether concerts, theatre, architecture, poetry or folklore.

At the same time, it is easy in Italy to buy fresh, regional food at one of the countless markets and prepare it yourself in the RV. To get some typical Italian inspiration, we recommend a visit to a quaint trattoria or osteria. Those who like it upscale will find excellent star and toque restaurants with the highest standards, especially in the larger cities and many tourist destinations.

As a RV traveller, you enjoy the freedom to go wherever you want, whenever you want. Depending on your mood, you can spend a day at one of Italy's beautiful lakes, visit a historic city the next day and then plunge into the salty sea the day after that. The distances covered by RV can be covered relatively quickly thanks to the very well-developed motorways.

When is the best time to travel to Italy?

The good news right from the start: Italy is a destination that has attractions and RVs for rent all year round. The snow-sure mountains in the north provide perfect conditions for a skiing holiday with an RV, world-famous ski resorts such as the world championship village of Cortina d'Ampezzo in Veneto or Bormio in Lombardy are prime examples. Winter camping is very popular in Italy, so simply rent a winter-proof RV, and you're ready to go.

Taking advantage of spring to travel to Italy and rent an RV is the ideal holiday option for RVs. The temperatures are warm but not hot, and nature explodes in all colours. Lake Maggiore, for example, which is shared by the regions of Piedmont, Lombardy and the Swiss Ticino, delights with its exceptionally mild climate. Here you can rent an RV and marvel at the orange and lemon blossoms.

The summer in Italy lasts a long time, and here too, the main tourist seasons are not only for RV in July and August. But those who want to rent an RV may also have the opportunity to take advantage of the low season in June. Some people think that this is the best time to travel, because RVs are cheaper to rent during this period, and the temperatures are already summery but not yet at their peak. In addition, it is quieter both on the roads and on the campsites, and there is more choice when renting an RV in Italy.

Autumn is the most popular time to travel, especially for those interested in culinary delights. The reason for this is the white albatross truffle, which is sought and found from September into winter. The grape harvest in Tuscany and Piedmont is a must for connoisseurs of the noble grape varieties. Hiking enthusiasts love autumn to rent an RV in Italy, as temperatures are pleasant while rich earthy colours are pleasing to the eye.

Flavours and Regions

Italy consists of a proud 20 regions, each producing its own specialities and characteristics. We have selected the most popular areas for you, which have a lot to offer in every respect - especially, of course, for campers who want to rent a RV. Here is a small selection of these paradises:

  • Adriatic Sea
  • Tuscany
  • Emilia-Romagna
  • Veneto
  • Piedmont
  • Lombardy
  • Apulia
  • Calabria
  • Sicily
  • Sardinia

If you are drawn to the Adriatic, you can kill several birds with one stone. The sea slopes gently and shallowly along most stretches of coast, which at low tide can lead to kilometre-long walks in shallow water that are great fun, especially for children. In cities like Venice or Trieste, you will be delighted by cultural riches and yet be back at the water's edge in no time. Numerous excellent campsites stretch along the coast, some of which have even been named the most beautiful and exclusive in Italy - renting here leaves nothing to be desired.

The famous Tuscany is a particularly charming region that holds historical treasures as well as idyllic landscapes. Fertile hills line up like a sea of green tones; here, wine and all kinds of fruit and vegetables thrive under particularly favourable conditions. Typical of the landscape are the narrow, tall columnar cypresses, which give the landscape its characteristic features. Cultural highlights can be found in cities such as Florence, Pisa or Siena. RV rental in Italy has many faces.

The enchanting Emilia Romagna captivates with its contrasting landscape, which offers everything from the mountains to the sea. But it is not only the longest beach in Europe that awaits you here but also popular tourist towns such as Rimini, Riccione and Cattolica. However, above all, the country's interior is worth experiencing with a RV because, in spas such as Salsomaggiore and Bagno di Romagna, relaxing wellness is written in capital letters. The mountainous Appenines reveal unforgettable moments for nature lovers, for example, when they rent a horse and experience all the happiness on earth between Parma and Piacenza.

Between the Dolomites and the Adriatic Sea also stretches the Po Valley, crisscrossed by rivers and watercourses that flow into the sea in the nature reserve of the Po Delta. Water is a big theme in Veneto, as the countless lagoons prove - in the most famous of all lies the unique and unmistakable Doge's city of Venice. In popular seaside resorts such as Jesolo, Bibione, Caorle or Cavallino, many international tourists take up residence. Much more impressive, however, are typical villages such as Monselice, Asolo, Bassano del Grappa or Abano, where you can feel the authentic life of Italy - a top tip for RV rental in Italy.

The land at the foot of the mountains, Piedmont, borders France and Switzerland and is home to the highest glaciers in Italy, which is why it is also an extremely popular ski area. But the landscape of Piedmont is varied and therefore also very hilly, which makes it a famous wine-growing region. In addition to untouched nature and cultural landscapes rich in tradition, Piedmont also has the scent of the big city. Turin is the automobile capital of Italy and is home to numerous important industrial centres, but of course, also countless cultural institutions, without which nothing is possible in Italy.

One of Italy's largest regions is Lombardy, whose capital is the fashionable city of Milan. Scenically diverse and historically significant, this fertile land is also known for its picturesque lakes, such as Lake Garda, Lake Como and Lake Maggiore. Of course, Lombardy's special significance comes from its successful mix of culture, economy and historical significance. Incidentally, the excellent sparkling wines of Franciacorta thrive in the extensive hilly landscape of Lombardy - certainly a destination to be enjoyed in a RV.

The further south you go, the more colourful and bright the colours become. At the very bottom, where the Italian boot turns into its heel, lies unforgettable Puglia, with its magnificent beaches of sand, rock or gravel - depending on the coastline. On the Gargano, the spur of the boot, you will find not only untouched nature and national parks, wild forests, salt flats and lakes, but also the enchanting Tremiti Islands, a tiny archipelago that forms its own microcosm. Enchanted grottos among craggy rocks stimulate the imagination and never let it get boring for young and older explorers.

At the tip of Italy's boot, washed by two seas, the Ionian and the Tyrrhenian, lies the southernmost region of the Italian mainland, Calabria, steeped in legend. Historic and prehistoric sites abound here, for people have lived here since the Stone Age. Hotly contested and often besieged by foreign cultures, Calabria once belonged to the Byzantine Empire. The cultural mix has left its mark in the hearty cuisine and the Greek-influenced dialect.

As Italy's largest island, you travel through a world of its own in Sicily anyway, especially by RV. The Strait of Messina separates Sicily from the Italian mainland, and both the Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas lap the proud island, famous for its clear waters in incredible shades of blue and green. Some say Sicily is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, and such a statement would first have to be refuted, which no one wants to do. If you rent a RV in Italy, you take the ferry from Reggio Calabria to Sicily.

Undeniably, Sardinia is also one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Situated in the middle of the Tyrrhenian Sea, about the same height as Rome, the jewel with its emerald waters and white sandy beaches seems to be just waiting RVs. The heart of the island is wild and unspoilt and therefore home to wildlife, birds of prey and even wild horses. The beaches of the Costa Smeralda and the historic harbour towns of Porto Cervo or Porto Rotondo enchant with their unique flair, warm hospitality and the possibility to rent boats.

RV rental in Italy

If you are lucky enough to be travelling with a RV, you can enjoy total independence either somewhere in the middle of nowhere or right in the heart of the inner-city hustle and bustle. Of course, it is necessary to rent a designated pitch at a campsite to spend the night, as the carabinieri are not lenient with wild RVs, but temporarily you can stop and enjoy almost anywhere. Those who prefer to know that their caravan is well parked can enjoy their freedom and unrestricted mobility by car or public transport, which runs regularly and almost punctually in Italy.

On the road to freedom - what to watch out for

Who wouldn't want to rent a caravan or RV in Italy on their next holiday? The procedure is uncomplicated, but there are, of course, details worth knowing. First of all, you need to find out how far the airport or train station is from your destination. Here is a brief overview of the most important means of transport:

Airports in Italy

Italy has many airports that either serve international flights or transport travellers within the country. Some of the most important airports are listed below:

  • Rome-Fiumicino Airport
  • Milan Malpensa Airport
  • Catania Airport
  • Venice Tessera Airport
  • Palermo Punta Raisi Airport

Train Stations in Italy

Travelling by train is very popular in Italy, and rail transport is correspondingly well developed. Without claiming to be exhaustive, the following is a list of important railway stations: 

  • Roma-Termini railway station
  • Milan Central Station
  • Turin Porta Nuova Station
  • Florence Santa Maria Novella Station
  • Bressanone train station
Travelling in Italy with a caravan or RV

Tolls are charged on Italian motorways, while motorways are free of charge. For both caravans and RVs, the number of axles is used to calculate the toll at the toll stations on the motorways and when using tunnels. In addition, there are traffic restricted zones (ZTL) in Italian cities, so if you want to drive your RV directly into the centres of Milan, Bologna or Palermo, you have to pay.

Refuelling in Italy

At Italian petrol stations, there is either petrol service ("servito"), or you fill up yourself ("fai da te"), whereby self-service is usually a few cents cheaper. Automatic petrol pumps are also available, accepting cash or credit card payments; you can recognise them by the inscription "aperto 24 ore". The convenient petrol service is widespread; you don't need to get out of the car, just let the "benzinaio" fill up. If you want to fill up, say "Il pieno, per favore".

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