An RV trip to Italy is not without its struggles, says Clarke. For example, finding places to dump the tanks or find free parking can be a challenge. However, he is thankful the logistics didn’t deter him from taking an Italian road trip. Although Clarke spent 3½ weeks on the road, you could break the trip up to narrow in on a few more specific areas of Italy. If you’ve got the time though, you should have the following on your itinerary: Pisa, Volterra, Siena, Val D-Orcia, Cascate del Mulino- Saturnia, Lake Bolsena, Pompeii, Adriatic Coast, Lake Como, Lake Garda, Sirmione, Desenzano del Garda, Venice, Milan, and Rome.
Another Italian highlight is the Amalfi Coast, but Clarke cautions, “We definitely do not recommend taking a large motorhome or campervan to the Amalfi Coast.” Instead, rent a car for the day because you really won’t want to miss this while you’re already in Italy.
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