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Is Europe RV friendly?

Is Europe RV friendly?

Campgrounds have smaller sites and generally only offer electric hookups (maybe water), but they come in all ranges and tend to have excellent facilities. Plus there are plenty of places to stay for free or almost free. And of course European RVers are super friendly, just like RVers in the USA.

What is the 222 rule for RVing?

The RVing 2/2/2 rule is a safe and effective way to plan your travel. It means drive no more than 200 miles a day, stop every 2 hours, and stay 2 nights in each place. Some RVers also put an appendix on the rule encouraging drivers to arrive at an overnight destination by 2:00 p.m.

Can I travel around Europe in a motorhome?

Taking your own motorhome to Europe is relatively simple. There’s no need to temporarily import your vehicle, even if you’re touring and you don’t need to have a left hand drive van. Just make sure you have the right documentation and required safety equipment, and you’re good to go.

Can you Boondock in Europe?

After 30 months of boondocking at 438 different spots in 30 countries around Europe, Travel Awaits reckon they know exactly why you will love it, wherever you’re RVing. In Europe, they call boondocking wild camping.

What is the 3 3 3 rule for Rving?

By adhering to this simple rule of thumb, you can make traveling easier for your whole family. What is this? First, limit your travel to no more than 300 miles in one day. Second, arrive no later than 3 p.m. Finally, stay at your destination for at least three days.

Can I take food in my motorhome to Europe?

There are restrictions on the food that you can carry into the EU. You cannot take meat, milk or products containing them into EU countries, other than powdered infant milk, infant food, and special pet food needed for medical reasons.

Where can I camp for free in Europe?

Estonia. Wild Camping in Estonia is almost as easy as in the Nordic countries above and Estonia also has the “right to roam” law, giving you the right to camp and hike freely in nature. You are not allowed to camp on private land.

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