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ITALY CAMPSITES

Milan

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Camping Village Citta di Milano

Via Gaetano Airaghi, 61

011-39-2-48-207-017

http://english.campingmilano.it/en/index.asp

Two people with a small tent pay 24.5 euros (about $33).

Venice

Camping Serenissima

Via Padana 334/A

011-39-41-921-850

http://www.campingserenissima.it

Two people with a tent, 20-24 euros (about $27-$32), depending on the season.

Verona

Camping Castel San Pietro

Via Castel San Pietro, 2

011-39-45-592-037

http://www.campingcastelsanpietro.com

Two people with a small tent, 15-21 euros (about $20-$28), depending on the season.

Florence

Camping Michelangelo

Viale Michelangiolo, 80

011-39-55-681-1977

http://www.camping.it/toscana/michelangelo

Two people with a tent, 24-28 euros (about $32-$37), depending on the season.

Siena

Camping Colleverde

Strada Scacciapensieri 47

011-39-577-332-545

http://www.campingcolleverde.com

Two people with a tent pay 25-28 euros (about $33-$37), depending on the season.

Rome

Plus Camping Roma

Via Aurelia, 831

011-39-55-915-1461

http://www.plushostels.com/pluscampingroma

Two people with a tent, 23.80 euros (about $32).

Minori

Agriturismo Il Campanile

Via Annunziata SNC

011-39-89-877-147

http://www.agriturismoilcampanile.com/english/camping.html

Two people with a tent, 22.5-25 euros (about $30-$33), depending on length of stay.

GENERAL CAMPING TIPS

-- Bring a flashlight; campsites aren't that well lit at night.

-- Make sure that your tent is waterproof, and bring rain gear. There will be rain.

-- Bring bug spray.

-- Bring a clothesline. It will save you the four euros (about $5) you'd have to pay for a dryer.

-- Invest in a comfortable camping mat; your bones will thank you the next day.

-- In the summer months, a sleeping bag may not be necessary, but a sleep sack is a nice extra layer.

-- When choosing your camping location, consider not only the distance from the center of town but also the ease and frequency of public transportation to and from the site.

Tripadvisor.com is a good resource for campsite reviews.

-- A.H. and R.A.


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