Italy is a truly beautiful country, home to some of the world’s greatest architecture, art and fantastic food. With thousands of well-equipped campsites and more UNESCO World Heritage sites than any other nation in the world, it’s also a camping paradise. So pack your bags, it’s time to experience la dolce vita.
Ahead of each new month, we compile a list of destinations across Europe which are perfectly suited to visit that month. Considering things like weather, busyness, natural and cultural events, and other factors, our top picks for November are the legendary Dordogne tucked away in Western France; the Tuscan capital Florence; the ancient Greek capital of Athens; and the magical Austrian region of Salzkammergut. Check out our highlights and favourite sites below.
Think of Italy; you likely think of rich culinary traditions, iconic art and architecture, historical landmarks like the Colosseum and Leaning Tower of Pisa, and its exquisite fashion and design. But one thing is missing from that list... the wine!
Italy, a country rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, offers a unique experience for campers. The northern regions are a treasure trove of picturesque landscapes, from the towering Alps to the serene lakes and the rolling vineyards. This blog post will guide you through the best campsites in Northern Italy and provide tips for making the most of your camping experience.
As of November 2021, there are a whopping 58 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy - more than in any other country in the world! The first site to be inscribed was the Rock Drawings in Valcamonica in 1979.