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Rome is one of Italy's most beautiful cities, one of the places that make it possible to dive into the traditions and history of this wonderful country. A lifetime is not enough to visit it all, every corner hides a legend or a tale of the past. The most iconic monument is the Coliseum, but there are a lot of other lesser-known spots such as the Orange Garden, a magic place where you can admire one of the most beautiful sunsets over the city. But a Rome motorhome hire isn't just history, it's also good food and fun. Eating in one of the typical restaurants downtown is a must; we suggest Sora Lella, where you will taste some of the traditional dishes of the capital, like carbonara and amatriciana. If you want to party and have fun, pop over Campo de'Fiori, the nightlife centre of the city.
Roma is located in the central portion of Italy, near the Tyrrhenian coast. There are several ways to get there, but the most practical is by plane. The two main airports are Fiumicino and Ciampino, both are located not far from the centre of the city. Alitalia, easyJet and Ryanair are the two most popular airline companies, with destinations all over the world (time of flight from London: 2 hours and thirty minutes). Rome is also well-connected by several highways: the A12 takes you to Rome from the west, the A24 from the east, while the A1 connects the city to Milan and Venice. The two train stations are Tiburtina and Termini, well-connected to all Italian cities and to some European capitals. You must remember that paper tickets must be validated before you get on the train using the yellow machines on the station platform.
Parking downtown is the best solution if you are planning a day trip in a campervan hire in Rome. Parking Sant'agata is located near Piazza Venezia and is opened from Monday to Saturday (Prices: €5 per hour or €40 per day). Alternatively, you'll find the Saba Car Park, which is situated under Villa Borghese and has more affordable prices. (Prices: €2.30 per hour - €40 per day). If you want to park out of town, we recommend the parking Garage Centrale situated next to the Vatican City (Daily price: €10) or Rome Termini Station Parking (Daily price: €16).
Rome is the capital city of Italy, located in the centre of the Italian peninsula. It has Mediterranean weather, with warmer temperatures in spring and fall. Summers are hot and humid (86-95°F/30-35°C) with very rare precipitations, that's why citizens prefer to live by the sea, where the fresh breeze softens the heat of the city centre. Winters are mild, but night frosts are very common. The best periods to wander through the streets of Rome and visit its ancient ruins are fall and spring. Summer is not recommended; since most of the attractions are outdoor and walking under a scorching sun may reveal quite tiring.
Spring is the best period to rent a campervan in Rome, as the prices are lower and the weather is cool and sunny. April and May are not only the perfect months to visit the city, but also to take a trip to the environs. For example, a few kilometres from the centre there are beautiful archaeological parks, such as Cerveteri and Ostia Antica's. During the hot summer days, you can visit some of the lakes of the surroundings, like Lake Bracciano, less than one hour from the capital. Remember that in summer rental prices are higher, as with during the Christmas holidays.