How much does it cost to hire a campervan in Rome?
It is up to you really! Well, not completely. You see, given that Goboony is a sharing platform of private owners, the prices can vary. These differences depend on the age and size of the vehicle, the season for hire and more! Some owners also set discounts for long hires or last minute bookings. To get a more accurate picture, you can head over to our ‘How much does campervan hire cost?’ page.
Why rent an RV in Rome?
Given the urban nature of the city, you may be surprised that we’re recommending RV rental in Rome. But just because you rent an RV in Rome, doesn’t mean that you have to drive it around there! You can park outside the city, and use it as a way to escape the busy streets for some tranquility - to actually relax on your holiday! Surrounding Rome are several gorgeous Nature Reserves, and you can explore those at your own leisure in your RV. Motorhome hire gives you freedom, to determine your own route, to choose your own pace and enjoy the journey just as much as the destination.
What are things to do in Rome?
If you’re a history buff, you’ll adore the ancient ruins on display in Rome. Gaze in wonder at the Forum and the Colosseum, finally understanding the power of the former Roman Empire. Tour the Vatican City, headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and home to both St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums - where you’ll find Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes. Make a wish in the Trevi Fountain and stroll along the Piazza Navona. But the most important thing to do in Rome? Eat! Pasta, pizza, porchetta, gelato and more!
What are things to consider when driving an RV in Rome?
Rome is one of the many cities in Italy with a ZTL (Zona Traffico Limitato), meaning it is a traffic-camera-surveyed area where you cannot drive without either having a resident’s pass or registering your car with the police as a tourist. Our advice? Park outside the city and use the public transport, it can take you anywhere you need to go and quicker than a car could!
What is the closest airport to Rome?
Rome even has two airports! The Leonardo da Vinci Airport, at Fiumicino, is used by the major airlines, while Ciampino Airport is used more by budget airlines such as Easyjet and Ryanair. From the airports it is easy and cheap to get into the city, or to get to your RV rental!