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Camping in Florence Italy

From 1 January 2015, the Province of Florence changed to the Metropolitan City of Florence. Within this, the city of Florence is the centre point around which smaller towns lie. Whether it's a province or metropolitan city, nothing much has changed. Florence remains an exceptionally beautiful area and a delightful camping destination. There are numerous campsites in the area. Camping in Florence is easy and enjoyable.

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Enchanting hills

Florence lies in the region of Tuscany, which is famous for its beautiful, colourful and enchanting landscapes. The landscape of Florence is hilly for the most part. The southern hills in the area of Chianti are covered in vineyards as far as the eye can see; in the north and east the hills reveal the Apennine Mountains. The river Arno flows through the hills of Tuscany and originates on Monte Falterona in the Apennine Mountains.

Age-old Florence

The river Arno flows through the most important city in the Metropolitan City of Florence, Florence. The sights in Florence, which were under the rule of the powerful De Medici family, are countless. It is therefore impossible to name them all, however here are a number of tips to give you a brief overview of the possibilities.

  • Museums
    Florence is a city of museums. You can behold works by the great masters of Medieval and Renaissance art in the Galleria degli Uffizi. Florence also has the Musei dei Rigazzi di Firenze, which is perfect for children. The Musei dei Rigazzi di Firenze will entertain your children with a particularly special history lesson, which can include humorous plays, playful tours and quests to find the secret entrances of the palace.
  • Duomo di Firenze
    The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore towers high above everything and everyone in Florence. This cathedral is simply known as 'the cathedral' and is famous for its unusual dome. The dome, which was designed by architect Brunelleschi in the 15th century, is made from two separate domes which are constructed over each other.
  • De Santa Croce basilica
    The Santa Croce basilica is an impressive church, which is not far from the cathedral. Here you can visit the graves of famous Italians, such as Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli.

Florence still has a lot to offer even if you are not planning to visit all of the museums and palaces. There are squares and parks where your children can enjoy themselves, many sandwich bars where you can put together your own fresh sandwich, and authentic Italian ice cream cafés. You can always manage an ice cream!

Countryside camping

If you are looking for peace and quiet during your holiday, look no further than one of our campsites in Florence. The campsites in Florence are situated in the most beautiful countryside and are delightful destinations after a long car journey. You can take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool as soon as you arrive and have the greenest Tuscan forests, or a spectacular view of the cathedral dome and the rest of this magical city as your backdrop. If you want to, you can share your photos of the beautiful region with your friends and family at home, as most of the campsites in Florence have access to WiFi. This is also great if you want to access the internet from your mobile home or caravan.


It can be pleasantly warm in Florence. The temperatures easily rise to 30 degrees in July and August, which are the warmest months. The shoulder months are usually a little more pleasant with temperatures of around 20 to 25 degrees. Whatever the temperature you can guarantee there will be sun in Florence. Whether you are looking for a city trip to the capital of Florence or a chance to visit the vineyards, you can be sure you will have the sun on your back during your camping holiday in Florence.

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