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These campervans are available at our local depot in Venice. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Venice
Starting your road trip in Venice? If you’re arriving by aeroplane at Venice Airport Marco Polo (VCE), you can either come directly to our depot or book our shuttle service and we pick you up at Venice Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our Venice depot you can head back on your own or book our shuttle service back to the airport.
Erm...did we not mention the canals? This is a car-free city and that includes your hired campervan. Instead, leave your RV in a garage or lot, which generally cost between €24 and €29 a day. We recommend you try the public garage on Piazzale Roma, then take the vaporetto (waterbus) into the city. Otherwise, you can check out the private garage on Tronchetto, or the public lot at S. Giuliano, which is the cheapest option at €12 a day, although slightly further from the centre.
The Veneto region has lots of splendid camping options, making hiring a campervan a great choice. Camping Fusina is a 20-minute drive in your RV from Venice and has views across the water to the city. There’s Camping Rialto, also close to the city, as well as Camping Serenissima where you can leave your campervan at the campsite and take the 20-minute public shuttle service into Venice.
Emerging from the waters like some kind of mesmerizing, miraculous mirage, defying all norms as it goes, it’s Venice’s confident swagger that makes it so seductive.
Venice is a city that needs little introduction. Synonymous with stately grandeur and artistic splendour, the city overwhelms: palaces and churches, marble and gold, ancient frescoes, contemporary sculptures, picturesque canals, handsome bridges, narrow alleys and sunny piazzas — it has it all. With its lavish opulence, Venice shouts confidence. Its bold style is unrivalled across Italy and Europe — even across the world. Because nothing says spirit and daring like a city built on top of water. And while a waterlogged city isn’t enough reason to rent a campervan in Venice –– because, hey, a campervan won’t stay afloat on the Venetian canals –– sticking to bobbing gondolas is to miss much of what the Veneto region has to offer –– from small towns beyond the reach of the lagoon to Verona and the Garda Lake.
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