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Edna Allen

Rome Fiumicino Airport – 2023-01-10. Just returned from a second trip to Italy and my boyfriend and I used Motorhomeland both times. They're a really friendly, affordable, professional, and convenient option for renting a campervan in Italy.

Sarah Durand

MILAN – 2022-11-09. I only can say good thinks about Motorhomeland rental: professionals, without last minute surprises, reliable, friendly, with interest for our trip, the motorhome was perfect.


More than 5 million tourists a year choose to explore Italy's evocative landscapes and ancient traditions from the comfort and convenience of a motorhome. Hire a motorhome in Italy and you can escape from the well trodden tourist routes to discover the real magic of the country.

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What to see

Major sites such as Rome, Venice, Florence and Pompei are all synonymous with the history and romance of Italy. But for a memorable tour in your hire motorhome, why not try one of these suggestions. In spring or autumn take a tour round the romantic Italian lakes in Lombardy. Lake Garda is the biggest, with Lake Como and Lake Maggiore also well known. But for a quieter experience head to Lago D'Idro and Lago di Ledro in neighbouring Trentino.

For the quintessential Italy take a vineyard crawl around Tuscany. Chianti is one of Italy’s best-loved wine regions with hillsides dotted with cypress trees and historic castles. Look out for bottles with a black cockerel, the symbol of Chianti Classico, considered the best. Or visit Italy's national park for a 'wild' vacation. The Parco Nazionale d’Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise is a rich and beautiful wilderness in the south of the country encompassing mountains, rivers, lakes and forests, as well as brown bears and Apennine wolves!

When is the best time to visit?

Motorhome hire in Italy is generally best from April to June and mid-September to October—temperatures are usually comfortable, rural colours are richer, and the crowds aren't too intense. From July through early September the country's holiday spots teem with visitors. But if you do go in summer head for cities such as Florence and Rome which are generally quieter in August.


Freedom, flexibility and adventure: Motorhome hire in Italy will provide you with the freedom, flexibility and sense of adventure to explore the country.

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Like Germany and France, Italy has a network of cheap motorhome stopovers called Aree de Sosta. They can be located anywhere from a town hall car park to up a mountain or by a lake, and only charge a small fee.

A fantastic alternative is the Fattore Amico scheme using farms and vineyards On purchase of an annual guide you have access to around 200 free one night stopovers, providing you use all your own facilities on board your hire motorhome. It's a great way to get to know the country and its people.

Hire a motorhome in Italy and your taste buds are in for an adventure. Whether it's seafood along the Sicilian coast, pizza in Naples, pasta in Bologna, or the red Barolo and Barbaresco wines of Piedmont, 'La Bella Italia' offers a wealth of culinary experiences that will make your motorhome trip a moveable feast!

Driving tips

1 - Drive on the right.
2 - All EU driving licences are recognised.
3 - Ensure you have the correct documents and equipment in your motorhome to avoid on-the-spot fines.
4 - It is compulsory to have headlights on day and night outside urban areas.