At the foot of the Alps, embraced by the Mediterranean Sea and bathed in sunshine, the Italian peninsula has so much to offer for an unforgettable holiday. With the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Italy is home to the richest artistic heritage in the world. The "Bel Paese", named for its mild climate and the great diversity of its landscapes, offers breathtaking scenery. Travel back in time through centuries of history and discover its rich heritage. From north to south, explore the Italian boot and discover its traditions: from the varied customs and extraordinary flavors of Italian cuisine. With a wide choice of vehicles, the rental of RVs in Italy has never been easier than with Yescapa. Choose your b, your vehicle and dates of your trip and discover the colors, scents and the warm welcome that Italy is famous for!
Surrounded by the imposing peaks of the Alps, Turin is often described as a city with unique charm: marked by the luxury of the 19th century, it nevertheless reveals a lively and dynamic scene. You will find interesting museums such as the Egyptian Museum, the Automobile Museum or the Museum of Cinema located inside the Mole Antonelliana: the main monument of the city. For a taste of the baroque footprint, visit the elegant Savoyan residences (of the royal family of Savoy) which surrounds the city, especially the Royal Palace of Venaria. Turin is also a magical city. A certain mystery hovers around it: the legend tells that Turin was once the epicentres of esotericism on Earth. Take a guided tour to discover its secrets ... Finally, do not forget to taste the Gianduiotto: you are indeed in the Italian chocolate city!
Depart Turin in your camper and explore Piedmont, one of Europe's prettiest regions. As a Unesco world heritage sites, Piedmont offers some of the best wines in the world such as Barolo and Barbaresco. The hills of Langhe and Monferrato, with their historic villages and medieval castles, are places where time seems to have stopped. From the vineyards to the mountains you can reach the Alpine peaks in no time at all. If you are a winter sports enthusiast, you will find modern skiing areas such as the Milky Way (Via Lattea) and the Sestriere resort that hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics. In the background of the Alps, You can admire the large and picturesque valleys of Lake Maggiore, a popular tourist destination. Be spoiled for choice with numerous unique RVs and campers available in Piedmont.
A city with multiple faces built on seven hills, Rome is an open-air museum. A historical testimony of its former magnificence. Your visit should begin with the symbol of the Roman Empire: the Colosseum, the largest amphitheater and one of the seven wonders of the world. You will be amazed by the eternal beauty of the ancient city that blends with contemporary architecture. Visit the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain ... and change country when you visit the Vatican City and admire the Sistine Chapel. At sunset, stop to admire the city illuminated in all its beauty. Take an evening walk through the narrow streets of Trastevere, the most charming area of Rome, to enjoy an Italian ice-cream or sit on a terrace and taste the original carbonara recipe.
Continue the discovery of ancient Rome aboard your camper to follow in the footsteps of the Etruscans and the Romans. Cradle of Western civilization, the region of Lazio offers wonderful undulating landscapes where still remain ancient streets and large Roman villas like Villa Adriana and Villa D'Este in Tivoli. If you are lovers of well-being and relaxation, the area is also home to sumptuous thermal baths dating back to the Roman era and many lakes such as Lake Bracciano and Bolsena. If you have cravings for sea air, this area offers real pearls like Gaeta, Sabaudia or the Pontine Islands. Find your happiness with the numerous RVs and converted vans available in the region of Lazio.
Meet in the center of Bel Paese, in Florence, the capital of Tuscany. This city, the cradle of the Renaissance, has experienced an extraordinary literary and artistic development over time. Walking through the streets of the historic center, you can discover the immense architectural heritage that reigns throughout the city. Its charm and splendor will offer you a journey in another era. Piazza della Signorina is the heart of the city, just a few minutes from Piazza del Duomo where you can admire the Renaissance palaces and some works of inestimable value. For a panoramic view of the city, climb up to the top of the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte. Finally, do not forget to stroll on the Ponte Vecchio, Florence's most famous and oldest bridge.
Tuscany is one of the favorite destinations for RVs all over Europe. The reason ? Its landscapes, gastronomy and the artistic heritage of its cities. The green hills of the Maremma and the picturesque villages adorned with cypresses perfectly aligned offer a landscape of absolute calm. Not to mention its medieval villages, rich in history, its castles and charming abbeys ... You can relax and lodge there, revel in the generous local food and magnificent sunsets. There are many gourmet and wine tours throughout the hills. Enjoy breathtaking views of the vineyards and sample some of the most popular local wines in Italy, from Chianti to Montepulciano. Tuscany also has a wide range of cultural and folk events such as the Palio of Siena and the Carnival of Viareggio. Find your happiness with the numerous RVs and campers available on Yescapa and discover Tuscany!
A warm place where flavors, perfumes and colors blend joyfully with each other. We are in Naples, a city that overlooks a beautiful bay at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. This city, whose beauty has been a source of inspiration for many artists, is a veritable mine of treasures of art and history. 2500 years of which the palaces, churches and monuments that live side by side with the joy and dynamism typical of the Neapolitans testify. Visit the four castles that dominate the city, particularly Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) and the famous Piazza del Plebiscito. For an immersion in the mesmerizing Neapolitan atmosphere, go to Spaccanapoli, one of the most important streets of the city, which is full of workshops of small artisans, musicians and street artists. At noon, do not forget to sit down to taste an authentic Neapolitan pizza!
Take your RV to explore the region of Campania. You can start with an excursion on Mount Vesuvius to approach this active volcano that buried the city of Pompeii in 79 BC. Archaeological excavations have revealed one of the greatest historical sites of Roman times. Continuing south, you will be intoxicated by the perfume of the lemons of the Sorrento Peninsula, which already announces the wonderful island of Capri. Following, get ready for one of the most beautiful Italian itineraries: the Amalfi Coast. The winding road that runs along the sea crosses picturesque historic villages perched on the mountain, offering a succession of breathtaking views. Be spoiled for choice with numerous unique RVs and campers available in available to discover this wonderful piece of Italy.
Continue your adventure towards the north-east of Italy towards Venice! In the waters of the Adriatic, there is a precious stone: magnificent, unique and romantic, Venice is one of the most beautiful places in the world. A true open-air museum that you can walk all over the narrow streets, by ferry or gondola on the Grand Canal, the main "road" of the city. The heart of Venice is Piazza San Marco, the most elegant square in Europe, surrounded by invaluable works such as the impressive St. Mark's Campanile, the Basilica and the Doge's Palace (or Ducal Palace). From here, go to the famous Bridge of Sighs, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the lagoon. On the island of Murano, we advise you to attend a demonstration of glass blowing according to the Venetian tradition. Do not miss one of the most anticipated events: the famous Carnival of Venice! For the occasion, the city turns into a huge stage for artists and extravagant masks will surely amuse you.
You will have your heart tight when leaving Venice but the surrounding area will be able to console you. You can continue your visit of the historical and cultural heritage with small art cities like Treviso and Padua, as well as medieval villages with unique charm such as Bassano del Grappa. We advise you to make a stop in Verona, the city of lovers, to relive the romance of Romeo and Juliet. You will then be able to go to Lake Garda, the largest Italian lake. Surrounded by picturesque villages, beaches and harbors, large centers full of life, parks and nature reserves, this is an ideal place for nature lovers and sports enthusiasts. If you are in love with the high peaks, the road to the north will take you to the Dolomites, the so-called "dew" mountains because of their bright color at sunset. Find your happiness with the numerous RVs and campers available in Venice.
In the last stage, embark with your camper van on the ferry and take refuge in Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia. Once you arrive, breathe in the Mediterranean air and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere that blends with the local life. We recommend you to climb up the hill of Bonaria to visit the eponymous Basilica, where you will find the sanctuary of the patron saint of all sailors. Then, you can tackle the 157 steps of the Torre dell'Elefante to enjoy a 360 ° view with the horizon as far as the eye can see. To endure the high temperatures, go to the Poetto beach for a refreshing swim in the sea. In the evening, take the time to take a relaxing walk in the narrow streets of the historical district of La Marina which Will plunge into a more local atmosphere.
Enjoy the freedom of your RV to explore Sardinia. This land, with its ancient traditions, offers a wild nature that remains incredibly intact, where man is still rare. Rest on the beaches of white sand and gaze upon an emerald green sea. Rent a boat or go on excursions to reach the most remote coves. Inland, you can explore the Gennargentu which offers picturesque scenes. Do not be too surprised if you meet flocks of sheep that pass nonchalantly along your way: they are an integral part of the landscape of Sardinia! Among its wonders, discover the "nuraghi", ancient archaeological sites in stone dating from the 15th century BC. If you are in a festive mood, head to the Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast), a region with many trendy bars and nightclubs. Find your happiness thanks to the numerous RVs available to rent in Sardinia.