Seven Hills Camping, Rome

  • Access for larger motorhomes - some pitches OK but tricky access
  • Location and surroundings
  • Facilities available
3.8

Summary

Easy enough to reach Rome, but some may prefer Camping Flaminio Village that does not require a shuttle bus to the station. 

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4.5 (2 votes)

For those visiting Rome with a motorhome or caravan, there are numerous campsites available within easy reach of the city centre. Our regular stop over at Flaminio did not have space, so we drove on to Seven Hills Camping. Seven Hills Camping is set within a residential area and when accessing the site, do not be alarmed. Consequently, there is very little noise around the site. Night time bliss!

Access to Rome from the site

Accessing Rome city centre from Seven Hills Camping is fairly easy and there are various options available. There are two ticketing options available for public transport. A ticket valid for 100 minutes costs (at the time of writing) €1.50. This is valid on the regional train service, Metro, buses and trams. A day long ticket – a “biglietto di giorno” costs €7.00 and as the name suggests, this ticket is valid for one calendar day. “Team Voyager” is experienced in walking around Rome, so we had a 100 minute ticket at the start of the day and a 100 minute ticket at the end of the day. All sight seeing in between is with the feet in charge of transport! In other words, if you wish to make less use of your feet, buy the day ticket!

The site offers a shuttle bus costing one euro. This covers the journey from the site to the local train station at La Giustiniana. At the time of writing, the shuttle bus is free for ACSI card holders. From the local station, take the train to “Valle Aurelia” from where you can join the Metro system. Alternatively, there are frequent buses from La Giustiniana to Rome. We took a direct bus to the central rail station. The bus journey to “Termini” takes around forty minutes. Again, jump on the Metro at Termini.to your chosen destination. In short, we prefer the bus option as it is easier just to get on, sit down and that’s it.

On site facilities at Seven Hills Camping

During our stay, some facilities were closed. Generally speaking, the following are at your disposal. Noteworthy of a special mention – the staff. Everyone is friendly and helpful and reception staff gave us various maps and public transport details to take away.

  • Motorhome service point
  • Mix of grass and hard stand pitches with electric hook up
  • Toilet/shower block
  • Laundry
  • Pot wash
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Bar/pizzeria/restaurant (see below)
  • Swimming pool

The site is open all year round and participates in the ACSI scheme amongst others. Consequently, the site does get busy, but there is plenty of space available.

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