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    Seeking knowledge from those who have it - Have searched the forums and found little info.
    Also camping / parking for a week in the area.
    Ta in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanski View Post
    Seeking knowledge from those who have it - Have searched the forums and found little info.
    Also camping / parking for a week in the area.

    Ta in advance.
    Last time we visited we stayed at Happy camping with a free bus service to the train station.

    However it seems that they no longer cater for motorhomes.

    There is a small site here with some revues and its closer to the center. 41.875115, 12.554383

    Dezi
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    Itís been four years but we found this place just over the road from train station, it was acsi site at the time so I think it was 12 euros in September, train station over the road but we used our VESPA
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyjanet View Post
    we used our VESPA

    When in Rome...
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    Quote Originally Posted by colinmd View Post
    When in Rome...
    I thought exactly the same when I read it.

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    Itís a shame theyíve banned scooters from the centre of Rome now! Weíve been two or three times and itís really nice having an evening on the scooter when most of the tourists have gone,

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    Scooters - not us

    Ha Ha - We use shanks' pony.
    Have contacted that motorhome location - waiting for response - now Euro 15 a night.
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    https://www.villageflaminio.com/en/campings-rome.html

    We stayed here. 5 mins walk to train station into centre.
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    We have stayed here as well there used to be a free bus in from the campsite1FF7DA89-2734-4168-9108-4A1ED7E754E3.jpg1FF7DA89-2734-4168-9108-4A1ED7E754E3.jpg
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    We stopped at Camping Porticciolo, right on the shores of lake Bracciano, about 20 mins on the bus north of Rome. The site owner and his wife were very friendly, they advised not to drive into Rome, but to get a day traveller ticket which, I think, include using the metro in the city.

    We stayed for 5 nights and spent 4 days (10 am until 6 pm) wandering around Rome.

    Footnote....this was in the early 2000's...hope not much has changed.

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