RV travel isn’t just popular in the US, it has become extremely popular in Europe too! Families are getting out and exploring Europe in motorhomes and campervans by the thousands. We thought we’d give it a try and took a 2-week RV trip from Rome to Paris . And it exceeded all our expectations!
So if you’d like to learn more about RV travel throughout Europe, we’re here to help! We’ve documented our RV travels with lots of valuable tips, hidden gems, and more in our RV Travel in Europe Travel Guides. Get started planning your next family RV trip today.
We also document all our RV adventures on our Instagram page – Hochdorf Family Travel, with even more travel gems over there. So if you’re on IG, follow along for even more RV travel tips. And you might even get some fun RV FREEBIES along the way!
(And if you’re planning an RV trip in the US, check out our RV Travel in the United States Travel Guides here)
Our first European RV Travel Guide provides all the tools and tips you need to find and book campgrounds for your RV trip. From epic campgrounds to boondocking sites and French Aires, we’v got you covered! Remove the stress from planning your trip and just get ready to have some fun!
Rome was our first stop on our RV trip through Italy and Paris. In this travel guide, we’ll help you plan a day in Rome, show you where you can camp just outside the city, and how to reach the city from the campground. It’s full of tips to guide you on your day:
Should you add Pisa to your Italy Road Trip? If you’re on the fence about making a stop in Pisa, this guide will help you make that decision with site recommendations, city and driving tips, and where to camp in an RV while you’re there. Plus lots more tips about the sites inside the city.
The next stop on our Europe RV trip was Cinque Terre – one of the most beautiful stops in Italy. Because cars aren’t allowed inside the villages, you must use public transportation. In this guide, we provide tips and recommendations for visiting all 5 villages in a day by either train, boat, or foot. And of course, lots more info for your trip to Cinque Terre.