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Popular Campervans in Italy

Anywhere Campers Matrix Plus

Matrix Plus

Anywhere Campers

McRent Urban Plus GP

Urban Plus GP


Indie Campers Nomad


Indie Campers

McRent Family Standard

Family Standard


Motorhomes Italy Group D Katamarano Sound

Group D Katamarano Sound

Motorhomes Italy

Indie Campers Active Plus

Active Plus

Indie Campers


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Frequently Asked Questions

Is wild camping in an RV allowed in Italy?

Wild camping rules are determined by region, but it is generally prohibited in Italy, and fines can be heavy (€100-500). If unsure about a certain region check online or visit an information center.

There are plenty of campsites in Italy starting around €20 ($21 USD) per night

What kind of license do I need to drive an RV in Italy?

All drivers must have a current and full driver’s license to rent a vehicle.

For foreign licenses, an International Driving Permit is required. In addition, some companies require the driver to have held your license for a certain period of time (usually 1-3 years).

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Popular Attractions in Italy

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a series of seaside villages along northwestern Italy’s Riviera coastline.

The villages are a great photo stop on your RV vacation. Visitors enjoy the colorful houses and beautiful coastal scenery.

Florence Cathedral

Florence Cathedral is located in the city of Florence, in central Italy. This medieval-style cathedral was structurally completed in 1436.

The cathedral is famous for its red-tiled dome and colored marble facade. It helped set the tone of the Italian Renaissance era. The cathedral is a great stop on your Italian road trip.

Mount Vesuvius

Mount Vesuvius is located just outside of Naples, in southern Italy. It is a 4,000-foot-tall volcanic mountain.

The mountain erupted in 79 AD, destroying many Roman cities in the area, including the city of Pompeii. Today the mountain and surrounding area are a national park. The summit of the mountain is open to visitors.

Trevi Fountain

Located in the Trevi district of Rome, the Trevi Fountain is a Baroque-style fountain. It is considered one of the most famous fountains in the world.

The fountain is over 85 feet tall and was designed by Italian architect Nicola Salvi. Over one thousand people visit the fountain each hour. It is a must-see when traveling to Rome.