Italy Motorhome Rental

UK and Europe Travel - Travel throughout Italy and Europe using Motorhome Hire. We help independent travellers decide on the best way to see Italy offering caring service and terrific value deals. Italy RV Rental depots include Bologna, Milan, Milano (Monza), Pisa, Rome (Roma), Sardinia, Sicily & Vicenza.

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Camper Sardegna - Campervan rental in Italy with depot in San Teodoro, Sardinia. Transfers from/to Alghero and Cagliari are also possible. All inclusive fares, no extra surprises. Our caravans are new and fully equipped for six persons. Choose a new way of travelling with the comfort and autonomy of our caravans. Enjoy Sardinia all year round, come and visit us!
Camper Valtesse - Campervan Rental in Italy with depots in Bergamo, Gorle, Founded in 1986 in Valtesse, Bergamo following more than a decade of passion and love the freedom a motorhome vacation represents. Camper Valtesse is now a leading company in providing recreation vehicles both for rent and purchase. 
Caravan Campeggio - Campervan Rental in Italy with depots in Pistoia / Florence , First class travelling with our camper
Meteor Viaggi - Camper Rental in Italy with depots in Rimini, Just from the beginning such a holiday has made us enthusistic because it enables you to approach and to know uses and customs of each city and country without having to renounce to your own habits. In the meantime you can integrate yourself in harmony with places you have always wished to visit.
Motorhomes Italy - Motorhomes Italy offers a range of cheap motorhomes for hire from most major Italian cities: Milan, Rome, Venice, Turin, Cagliari, Olbia, Genoa.... Vehicles we offer are the best value for money and represent the most affordable way to see Italy and travel all around Europe! It's easy to fly to your destination and get started on your RV adventure with us. A wide selection of motorhomes will accommodate any size family or group.
Ottorent -  Campervan Rental in Italy with depots in Rho, Your rental RCV from OTTORENT'S RV Rentals will be a thoroughly cleaned (inside and out). It will have a full tank of propane and a full water tank. The holding tanks will be empty and deodorized. The battery will be fully charged. You will be given exstensive training regarding every aspect of how the RCV functions. In addition there will be a complete manual on board.
Sardinien Wohnmobil Vermietung -  Campervan Rental in Italy with depots in Alghero, Olbia, Cagliari , Transfer to and from the airport to your camper is included in the service payment and will be arranged for you by us
Vagamondo -  Motorhome Hire in Italy with depots in Verbania Pallanza (VB)
Van Italy -  Vanitaly is the only agent for van hire in Italy who offers camping equipped vans and minivans. We are the answer for all you need in mobility, practicality and convenience for everyone wanting freedom to travel. Our service will be particularly appreciated by students, tourist and sportsmen who want to have a new and stimulating way to travel.
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Italy Country & Tourist Information - The miracle of Italy is that all its treasures come packaged in a gorgeous country of majestic mountains, placid lakes, idyllic islands, splendid cities and wonderful walled villages. An ideal climate plus warm and gracious people make Italy a perfect destination for an active vacation, the art lover, the gourmand, the hedonist combined, why not, with business.

Explore the Italy landscape with a Campervan, Motorhome, RV or Camper from one of the above Italy Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Italy Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Create life time memories with a Italy self drive camper rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with your Italy Camper Rental and enjoy great value for money (especially for families) with being able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality time with the family.

The climate in Italy is uniquely diverse and can be far from the stereotypical Mediterranean climate and "land of sun", depending on the location. The inland northern areas of Italy (Turin, Milan, and Bologna) have a continental climate, while the coastal areas of Liguria and the peninsula south of Florence fit the stereotype (even if the city of Genoa, about once a year, may experience heavy snow falls). The coastal areas of the peninsula can be very different from the interior, particularly during the winter months. The higher altitudes are cold, wet, and often snowy. The coastal regions, where most of the large towns are located, have a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot and generally dry summers. The length and intensity of the summer dry season increases southwards (compare the tables for Rome, Naples, and Brindisi).

Italians are renowned for their love of sports. Their zeal for sports events is, indeed, no less than legendary; from the Gladiatorial games of Ancient Rome, to the Stadio Olimpico of contemporary Rome, where prestigious football clubs compete regularly, the impact that sports has had on Italian culture is enduring and undeniable. Towards the alps, the popularity of winter sports grows, with many Italians from that region competing in international games and Olympic venues. Moving downwards the peninsula, the disparity between participation in sports becomes less regional. Despite any regional variation that may exist, the incorporation of sports in many Italian festivities like Palio (see also Palio di Siena), and the Gondola race (regatta) that takes place in Venice on the first Sunday of September, affirms the role sports play in everyday Italian life. Popular sports include football, cycling, and auto racing (a sport which shares its renown with a staple of Italian design, Ferrari), among others.

Italy Most Popular Tourist Attractions

 The Colosseum
The Colosseum are probably the most famous and most frequented tourist sights in Italy and with millions of visitors every year the ancient heart of the Roman world is a must-see for any tourist. While the Forum itself is far from its glorious best and requires a little imagination, the Colosseum remains as a magnificent ancient stadium which can still be explored top to bottom.

St Peters Basilica
St Peter's has also become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Italy. Inside St Peter's visitors can see the beautiful interiors, a wealth of renaissance art and even view the tombs of some of history's most influential Popes. Likewise the museums contain artistic masterpieces from illustrious artists such as Raphael and Leonardo Da Vinci, as well as Michelangelo's world renowned Sistine Chapel.

The ruins of this doomed ancient town, buried by lava and ashes from the erupting Vesuvius volcano, are a marvel to explore. Indeed, there's no doubt that Pompeii ranks among the most famous tourist attractions of Italy, and rightly so. With so much to see, it can take several hours to wander the old Roman streets and explore the amphitheatre and Forum, the shops and brothels and even view 2,000 year-old graffiti on the walls.

Ostia Antica
Ostia Antica should be a staple part of anyone's trip to this hugely popular travel destination. It contains the extremely well preserved remains of Rome's ancient port, including intact high streets, temples, theatres and more. It's truly astounding. Any yet as few people are prepared to take the short train trip from Rome to get there, it remains both one of the very best attractions in Italy and one of the most hidden.

Catacombs of the Carapuchins
Catacombs of the Capuchins in Palermo, Sicily, is one tourist attraction that is entirely unique. People were originally laid to rest here in the late 16th century and, when it was observed that these bodies remained in a remarkable state of preservation, the catacombs became utilised as a burial place for nobles, clerics and local families. By the time it closed in the early 20th century it contained thousands of burials - a huge number of which remain ominously well-preserved.

Castel del Monte
Castel del Monte dominates the skyline and offers great views of the surrounding countryside. Described by UNESCO as a "unique piece of medieval military architecture", Castel del Monte is certainly a fascinating fortification with a history dating back to the thirteenth century. Architecturally unusual for its octagonal design, it is the very uniqueness of Castel del Monte which makes it such a pleasure to visit.

With three beautifully preserved Greek temples and a wealth of other ancient ruins, Paestum is a wonder to explore. Today, this out-of-the-way little town combines a tranquil countryside setting with stunning Hellenic architecture and an interesting local museum to make for a great day out.

Palazzo Pitti
Home to one of the most notorious families of Italy, the Medici, Palazzo Pitti takes the idea of wealth, status and luxury to a new level. An ornate renaissance palatial home, today visitors can not only explore the palace itself but view the superb collection or artistic treasures - including Raphaels and Rubens - now displayed in one of several state museums contained within the building