Florence camper stop, Florence, Italy

Florence camper stop 'n' go!
  • Location and surrounding - not great, but then just over a mile away - Florence!
  • Facilties available
  • Pricing and value for money - excellent for this city location
  • Access for larger vehicles - OK
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A motorhome parking area with electric hook up in this most historic of Italian cities?

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The Florence camper stop is known locally as the “Florence Camper Stop ‘n’ Go”. This sosta is more like a car park or even a motorhome storage area with hook ups than a conventional sosta. For example, there is no fresh or grey water facility. There are however some taps, so maybe the fresh water facility is coming. There is no chemical disposal point either!

Florence camper stop

Modern electrical hook ups

Anyway, back to basics. Unless you know your way around Florence quite well, you will probably need satellite navigation equipment. The address is 27, Via Leopoldo Pellas, Florence. Note – this is a one way street. Plan your journey carefully.

Florence motorhome parking

A shaded seating area…

Whilst the Florence camper stop is set in a residential area, there is some noise. The road is close by, so there is some traffic noise. The hospital is close too – so listen out for the blues and twos! However, this is almost a city centre location, so silence cannot be expected.

Aree di sosta Firenze

How far from…?

Florence camper stop – a warm welcome

The caretaker/warden is a very friendly chap. On arrival, the gates were closed, but he quickly appeared from his office top open them. There’s no hurry to collect payment here. He’s more concerned with your stay, getting settled and providing information such as bus times, a welcome leaflet, a map and a list of places to visit!

Camping car Florence

Gravel based hard stands for all year round use

There’s free wi-fi too – quite a fast connection.

A website provides more information – click here – various languages! However, if you don’t fancy taking your ‘van into the city, you may prefer to stay at Poggibonsi camperstop.

 

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