ITALY Road Trip – The best Routes & Itineraries

You are looking for inspiring Italy Road Trip recommendations with itinerary, highlights and map? Here we go. In this article, travel bloggers from all over the world recommend the best Italy Road Trips with iconic world-famous sights, beautiful landscape and amazing things to do. Here you will find Italy Road Trip classics like Almafi Coast, Dolomites or Sicily, but also beautiful itineraries off the beaten track like Alba or Umbria to inspire your next bucket list entries. Plan your great Italy Road Trip in 2021!

Italy Road Trip – The most amazing routes & Itineraries

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Road Trip through the Dolomites / Northern Italy

The Dolomites are a region of Italy unlike any other. Here, you won’t find the countryside hills or Mediterranean beaches you picture when Italy comes to mind.

Instead, you’ll adventure through jagged stone peaks and freezing, mirror-like mountain lakes. Driving through the bright green fields and valleys, you can admire the alpine Germanic architecture of Trentino Alto-Adige and the north of Veneto – a perfect example of the uniqueness of these regions. The blend of cultures through architecture and language showcases a completely different side to Italy.

Driving through the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site ensures a scenic journey. The perfect Dolomites road trip starts in the western area of Trentino Alto-Adige, from the winter metropolis of Bolzano north to the villages of Bressanone and even further into the Dolomites, San Candido.

Then follow the SS49 to the SS51, down to the Veneto side of the Dolomites, famous for the Tre Cime di Lavaredo hike, Lake Misurina, and the skiing hub of Cortina D’Ampezzo. You can’t miss early morning visits to see the magical reflections of lakes in the Dolomites, like Lake Braies or Lake Carezza.

A road trip through the Dolomites is perfect for nature-lovers, outdoor sportsmen, and those who love slow travel. Driving through mountains requires patience, as it can take longer to get from point A to B going around them instead of through. However, the idyllic alpine villages and valleys passing by your window make it easy to take it slow and enjoy the journey.

Explored by Michela from She Goes The Distance

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: Lago di Braies offers great photo spots - for photo album and Instagram profile

 

Italy Road Trip routes: Bolzano to Venice

A roadtrip into the heart of the dolomites, exploring pristine lakes, winding roads through the towering mountains, an enticing mixture of German / Italian cuisine and romantic canals – best to be enjoyed with an Aperol Spritz and a ciccetti. All of this is and more is what you can expect when road tripping in the North of Italy between Bolzano and Venice.

Start your roadtrip in the capital of the region, Bolzano. It forms the perfect base from which you can plan plenty of daytrips for day hikes: Tre Cime, Segesta and Sorapis are but a sprinkling of the wide variety available. If hiking is less up your alley, perhaps you would consider spending a day at one of the lakes: Carezza, Braies and Dobbiaco all are excellent alternatives with the later two offering boatrides on the lake which make for a very romantic setting. Feast on strudel, schlutzkrapfen, kaiserschmarn and canederli all to be washed down with a local wine or two.

After having seen the mountains, make your way down the scenic route to beautiful Venice. The city that never ceases to amaze with its long history and unequivocally romantic ambiance. Be sure to try the local ciccetti (fingergood) in the Cannaregio area to get a true authentic feel of the city.

Explored by Caroline from Veggie Wayfarer

Lago di Braies is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the Dolomites

 

Northern Italy’s lakes

A scenic route starting and ending in Milan, a road trip through northern Italy’s lakes is a must-have experience for Italy lovers. With exquisite food, the most enchanting lakeside villages, and vibrant natural landscapes, these regions a traveler’s paradise, and it’s best to visit them in late spring or early fall for the best weather without the crowds.

Start with three to four days on Lake Garda, and visit towns like Peschiera del Garda, Malcesine, Limone, and Sirmione. The last one is known as ‘the pearl of Lake Garda’ and is home to landmarks like the Sirmione Castle and the Archaeological site of Grotte di Catullo (plus, it even has a gelato shop with about 120 flavors!).

Continue to another day or two on the luxurious Lake Como, and don’t miss out on visiting the colorful towns of Varenna and Bellagio as well as the lake’s beautiful villas. Head to Lake Maggiore to the charming city of Stresa and take a day trip to the gorgeous Borromean Islands, two of which house stunning palaces and gardens.

Often overlooked, Lake Orta is an ideal place to end this road trip in the charming town of Orta San Giulio, overlooking the photogenic Isola San Giulio.

Explored by Or from My Path in the World

The gorgeous coastal town of Varenna in northern Italy

 

Milan to Lago di Como

Each region has something unique in Italy, the region of Milan is unique because it is greener compared to other parts of Italy. You can also see Swiss influences in the landscape. In the north of Italy can be found the most beautiful lakes and mountains. The lakes in the north are especially the main reason why travelers visit this part of Italy. Lake Como is perfect for travelers who do not like tourist places. At Lake Como, you can enjoy Italy like a local.

An amazing road trip to make is to drive from Milan to Como (1 hour) to visit Lake Como. At Lake Como, you can drive around the lake and visit all the very nice villages. This route will take the whole day. In Como, you have a cathedral that is very impressive to see because of its architecture. You can also visit the archaeological museum and the Storico Giuseppe Garibaldi in Como. The Storico museum is recommended because you see renovated rooms that show how it was to live in that period. In addition, you can take a boat trip on the lake, canyoning in Porlezza and visit the most beautiful villa on Lake Como called Villa Balbianello.

Another road trip that is great to do is to drive from Milan to Florence. Florence is one of the most beautiful cities to visit in Italy. Make the most of your trip by reading this travel guide of Florence.

Explored by Cynthia & Alexander from Travel your Memories

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: Lake Como (Lago di Como) is one of the road trip highlights in the north of Italy

 

La Spezia – Genoa – Milan

As the crow flies, it’s a really short drive from La Spezia to Milan. However, the Italian Riviera is a beautiful part of the country and spending a few days here is a must on any northern Italy itinerary. Start your road trip in La Spezia, a coastal town that’s the gateway to the Cinque Terre. It’s a short drive to your first destination, the Cinque Terre, however leave La Spezia early in the morning to get the most out of your day. If you want to stay in the Cinque Terre itself, Monterosso is the most accessible by car, otherwise the nearby town of Deiva Marina is a quieter option. Stay overnight (or longer if you have time) and spend a day or two exploring the five charming fishing villages and hiking between the towns.

Then, drive along the coast up towards Genoa, stopping in some of the towns along the way. Sestri Levante is a great option for lunch and a swim and Santa Margherita is a charming spot to explore, before walking along the water to famous Portofino. Take the ferry back to Santa Margherita and spend a night here before heading to Liguria’s capital city, Genoa.

Spend a day or two exploring Genoa, perhaps one of the most underrated cities in Italy. See the attractions in the centre and the Boccadasse neighbourhood (an old fisherman’s village) is a lovely walk from the old town. From Genoa, finish your trip in Milan, stopping at the gorgeous town of Pavia (home to a beautiful Renaissance monastery complex and the fascinating University History Museum) on the way.

Explored by Roxanne from Faraway Worlds

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: The picturesque coast near Genoa

 

Alba to Bologna

To sample Italy’s best known foods, a road trip from Alba to Bologna will satisfy any foodie! You can actually drive this route in a little more than 3 hours, but however tempting that may sound, don’t do it! There is too much to eat and drink, you’ll want to savor every moment and spend a couple of days in some of the highlighted areas.

Starting in Alba, the white truffle capital of the world, take time to stroll through the charming town, and enjoy a truffle meal or two at one of the local restaurants. Afterward, drive trough the beautiful countryside with the goal of visiting the neighboring towns of Barbaresco and Barolo for some wonderful wine tasting.

Head out of Piemonte to discover the amazing food of Emilia-Romagna. First stop Parma. Two of Italy’s most famous products hail from this foodie haven: prosciutto de Parma and Parmigiano Reggiano. You cannot leave without trying both.

Next, the city of Modena, home to the worlds best balsamic vinegar. Take a tour and sample this special vinegar at different ages. Buy a bottle or two as gifts or souvenirs, but make sure you taste it first. There are huge differences in flavors!

On to Bologna, the foodie capital of Italy. Bolognese sauce, of course, comes from Bologna. However, don’t expect to see it with spaghetti! If you do, it’s a tourist restaurant you’re in. A traditional Italian restaurant will serve Bolognese with tagliatelle! Buon appetito!

Explored by Denise from Chef Denise

In the region of Emilia-Romagna you can taste famous Italian culinary delicacies - like this delicious cheese

 

Tuscany, Umbria, Le Marche

This central Italy road trip starts in Pisa and winds its way through Tuscany and Umbria ending in Le Marche on Italy’s east coast. The drive takes in beautiful hilltop towns, vineyards, lush countryside and soaring mountain peaks. There are famous landmarks to seek out as well as less well known areas to explore.

After spending a day or two exploring Pisa with perhaps a day trip to Lucca, head south to Montepulciano – home to the delicious Vino Nobile red wine. On route, San Gimignano and Siena are both notable stopping points if you have time.

Whilst in Tuscany, be sure to visit nearby Pienza before continuing on from Montepulciano into Umbria, the green heart of Italy. Highlights of the region include Assisi and Perugia but smaller hill towns such as Montefalco (famous for its Sagrantino wine) and Spello with its pretty honey-coloured lanes, are enjoyable days out.

The highlight of this road trip is the drive through the Sibillini Mountains from Norcia in Umbria to Ascoli Piceno in Le Marche. If you’ve had your fill of pretty hilltop towns, there’s a great choice of beaches on the Marche coast – lots of wonderful stretches of sand. The Conero Natural Park is particularly scenic but families might prefer the more orderly beaches further south around.

Explored by Annabel from Smudged Postcard

The beach of Grottammare on the Adriatic coast of Italy - a great road trip destination

 

Tuscany to Liguria

A Tuscany road trip might be one of the most romanticized road trips in Italy, but why not combine it with the stunning coast of Liguria? Start your road trip in Florence after seeing all the main sights like the cathedral, Ponte Vecchio, and the Uffizi Museum. From Florence, head to the walled medieval town of Lucca for a day and see Lucca Cathedral, San Michele in Foro, the Basilica of San Fernando, and have lunch at the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro that is built on top of an actual ancient amphitheater. For a bird’s eye’s view of the old town, climb Torre delle Ore.

From Lucca head to Pisa to see the leaning tower of Pisa and the cathedral before driving towards the mesmerizing coast of Liguria. Your first stop should be Porto Venere, an underrated seaside village, often referred to as the sixth of the Cinque Terre. Highlights not to miss are the picturesque Church of Saint Peter, sitting on a rock in the sea, Doria Castle, and the colorful houses at the port, Palazzata. The charming village also allows you to walk to Riomaggiore, the first of the Cinque Terre.

Spend at least one day in Porto Venere unless you do the hike, then you will need one more. Continue to the Cinque Terre. The best way to see them all is to park your car and take the train between them. Break it up and stay a night in one of the villages. After exploring the villages, head up to Sestri Levante where you can relax on the beach a couple of days before heading back to Florence.

Explored by Linn of Brainy Backpackers

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: The picturesque town of Rio Maggiore is part of the famous Cinque Terre region in Italy

 

South Tuscany Road Trip

One of the most amazing road trips in Italy is a tour through the authentic region of South Tuscany. This unforgettable tour starts at Val d’Orcia and leads down to Saturnia, Sovana, Sorano and Pitigliano. On a route of about 130 kilometers you will explore some of the best places to visit in Tuscany! Hot springs, medieval villages, UNESCO heritage sites, picturesque landscapes and delicious food are just some of the highlights.

A real must-see is the Val d’Orcia where you will experience the romantic hilly Tuscany like you know on the famous pictures. After that you should visit Saturnia, where you will enjoy warm river water in steaming white sinter pools!

After that don`t miss to visit Sovana, where a beautiful little historical old town and many Etruscan excavation sites awaits you. Next stop is the wildly romantic town of Sorano located on a high rock. In this region, you can also go on beautiful hikes with magnificent views.

Last but not least, plan on your road trip a stopover at Pitigliano, a lovely tuff town and a hidden pearl of Tuscany! For sure you will love the medieval old town with its picturesque stone houses.

Explored by Martina & Jürgen from Places of Juma

A Tuscany round trip is one of the most popular road trips in Italy

 

Tyrrhenian Coast from Fregene to the Argentario Peninsula

One of the many road trips you could take from Rome in the summer, it touches on some of the most fascinating locations on the Tyrrhenian coast of the Lazio and Tuscany regions. The best period for this trip is from May to October.

After saying goodbye to the crowded Rome, full of art and history, take the Via Aurelia, the ancient Roman consular road where gold was transported, and discover the wonders along the coast.

The first stop is Fregene, which has developed a lot since the ’60s, transforming from a fishing village to a favorite holiday spot for Roman locals. The 5km long beach of soft, fine sand is just one of the town’s attractions. Try to visit the protected oasis of Macchiagrande, the monumental pine forest that dates back to the 17th century, and the fishermen’s village, where you will find exceptional fish restaurants such as the “Pioneer”.

Cerveteri, Via Aurelia & Thyrrhenian Coast

Continue on the Via Aurelia until you reach the city of Cerveteri. Known at the time of the Etruscans, predecessors of the Romans as “Caere”, it houses the largest necropolis in the Mediterranean, the Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri. Cerveteri’s old town, on the other hand, dates back to the Middle Ages, is a pedestrian precinct and lights up on summer evenings with its fish taverns and wine shops where you can taste the local wine.

The third stop, always along the Via Aurelia, is the Beach of Santa Severa. On the beach, at the water’s edge, stands a Renaissance castle on the remains of an ancient Etruscan port.

Now it’s time to reach some of the most beautiful bays in Italy. Continue north along the Tyrrhenian coast to Orbetello and from there you will enter the Argentario peninsula. This round-shaped peninsula, with Mount Argentario at its center, is joined to the mainland by three strips of land.
Stroll along the 14 km long Feniglia beach, then visit the picturesque port town of Porto Ercole and then drive around the perimeter of the peninsula in search of hidden crystal clear bays.

Explored by Lisa of Travel Connect Experience

The beach of Fregene with a typical Italian kiosk

 

Rome to Arezzo

Italy is a marvelous country. With world-class food, monuments, and enough cultural attractions to keep you busy for months, it’s no wonder people worldwide dream of living in Italy. While many visitors take advantage of the countries cheap flights to travel around the country, most locals will tell you the best way to see the country is via a road trip. One of the best road trips in the country is the Rome to Arezzo tour along the E45 and A1 Autostrada.

Note that taking the E35 cuts your driving time by one hour (slightly over 2-hours total drive time), while the slower E45 drives you past the cities of Terni and Perugia to see parts of Italy most tourists miss.

Your route north starts on the oldest Autostrada in Italy, the Autostrada del Sole, otherwise known as the A1. While driving past Terni, you can make a quick stop at Marmore Falls, one of the tallest waterfalls in Europe and the highest man-made waterfalls in the world. If you have a sweet tooth and happen to be visiting Italy in the fall, Perugia hosts Europe’s biggest Chocolate festival in October.

Your trip ends in the provincial capital of Arezzo. Driving into your final destination feels like entering into a time warp. The timeless design of the Tuscan city’s churches, fortresses, and piazzas is a sight for anyone with an appreciation of Old World architecture.

Explored by Marco from Nomadic Fire

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: The Marmore Waterfalls near Terni / Italy are among the highest waterfalls in Europe

 

Naples – Capri – Amalfi Coast – Matera

See some of Italy’s most famous sights on your road trip through the gorgeous Campania and Basilicata regions. Starting in Naples, your journey will take you to the glamorous island of Capri, along the stunning Amalfi Coast and lastly to Matera, Italy’s 9,000 year old city known for its ancient cave dwellings. From Matera it’s only a 45 drive to the Bari International Airport.

Fly into Naples and pick up your rental car. Don’t leave the city until you’ve tried its world famous Neapolitan pizza. From Naples, take the 1.5 hour car ferry from Porto di Napoli to Porto Turistico di Capri. Unwind for a couple days on the fabulous island by swimming and sunbathing at the beach.

From Capri, take the ferry back towards Naples and drive along the Amalfi Coast to Positano. The rugged coastline will take your breath away. Explore the popular town of Positano and continue driving to the less-touristy village of Furore. It’s a great place to stay since it’s quiet and has amazing sea views. Spend a couple nights here and hire a boat to take you along the coast to Positano for golden hour.

From Furore, continue driving the Amalfi Coast to Salerno for beautiful coastal views and take the E45 inland towards Matera. Matera is one of the oldest continuously lived in cities in the world and was named Europe’s capital of culture in 2019. Explore the tiny streets and admire the fascinating architecture. You won’t regret adding this unique road trip to your Italy itinerary.

Recommended time for road trip: 7+ days
Total driving time: 9.5 hours (includes two ferries)

Explored by Cecily from Groovy Mashed Potatoes

Italy Road Trip: Naples - Capri - Amalfi Coast - Matera

 

Amalfi Coast: Salerno to Naples

One of the most amazing road trips in Italy situates itself along the Amalfi coast. Starting off in Salerno, the getaway for Italian celebrities, offers you sun, sea, and honest Italian food. Make sure to book a table in Osteria Dedicato a Mio Padre for dinner.

Riding towards Amalfi and Positano one immediately realizes why this part of Italy is so world-know. Picturesque villages and iconic views keep popping up one of the other and around every turn, you will enjoy the spectacular sceneries. Although it is best to rent a small car, as the streets tanned to be very narrow, especially in the villages. Sorrento is one of the most touristic spots on the coastline, here you will find many shops and restaurants. Luckily the historic charm is well reserved and edged on a cliff. This city has plenty to offer for anybody. Make sure to have dinner at Porto a Marina.

While rolling along the coast, Pompeii is a must-visit for everybody. Nowhere on earth you can find so well preserved remains of the Roman era than here. Make sure to book your tickets online in advance and take an audio guide for the full experience.

Italian cities come no more authentic than Naples, simply strolling through the city is the perfect ending to your Italian road trip.

Explored by Stéphanie from Bey Of Travel

Along the Almafi Coast it can get very crowded

 

Sorrento – Positano – Amalfi Town – Ravello

The most popular and well-known road trip in Italy has to be along the infamous Amalfi Coast. The South Coast of Italy is a truly striking location with panoramic views of the mountains and the ocean at every wind and bend. Most people start their Amalfi Coast Road Trip in Sorrento as it is an affordable base and a vibrant and town. If you stop here, be sure to take a view of the lemon and olive farms.

Your next stop will be Positano, famous for its pastel-coloured houses that adorn the mountain faces. Positano also has the best beaches on this road trip. There are plenty of choices of beach clubs where you can unwind and enjoy the gorgeous Mediterranean weather. Amalfi Town is your next destination, and while it also has beautiful scenic views, the town itself is busier and it is a great stop off for souvenirs, gelato and to enjoy the picturesque Italian architecture.

The last stop is Ravello, set high atop the mountains. If you thought the other views were good, you haven’t seen anything yet. Known as the ‘garden in the sky’, Ravello provides a calm, tranquil and sophisticated place to relax and unwind, particularly as dusk sets in.

You absolutely must take a road trip along the Amalfi Coast and if you dare, do it on a Vespa Moped. The scenery is just too good to be confined to a car and you’ll also have much better luck parking!

Explored by Kerry from VeggTravel

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: The beach of the Italian town Positano

 

Puglia Road Trip – The white-washed towns of the Itria Valley

Start Polignano a Mare – Finish Specciolla

Puglia in southern Italy is the perfect location for a leisurely road trip through picturesque countryside stopping periodically at some of Italy’s most beautiful towns and villages along the way.

If you are arriving from outside Italy, pick up a hire car from Bari airport and make your way along the coastal road to Polignano a Mare around 35 minutes drive away. This pretty seaside town perched high on the cliffs above the Adriatic Sea is perfect for a long weekend. Next head inland to explore the white-washed towns of the Itria valley. Alberobello, just 33 km from Polignano is possibly the most famous of all villages in the region. It’s conical roofed houses, known as trulli, are unique to the area and there is no place better to admire them than here. Along the way stop off at Grotte di Castellana, a stunning cave system with over 3 kilometres of easily accessible walkways to explore.

From Alberobello more white-washed towns not to be missed include Locorotondo, Cisternino and Ostuni. If you visit in September be sure to check out Locorotondo’s Grape Harvest Festival.

Having spent your days walking no end of charming, cobbled streets as you explore one picturesque town after another end your road trip at one of the many seaside resorts such as Specciolla. From here, it’s just a short trip to Brindisi Airport where you can return your hire car. The total distance between the two airports via these locations is about 150 km, roughly a 3-hour drive but you won’t want to rush the journey instead spend some time at each stop, exploring before relaxing and soaking it all in.

Explored by Kathryn from Travel with Kat

The village of Puglia is definitely worth a visit during an Italy road trip

 

Sicily East Coast Road Trip

The east coast of Sicily makes for an eclectic and varied road trip with natural wonders, gorgeous towns and historic ruins scattering the coastline.

Fly into Catania and pick up a car or campervan to tour Sicily. Head north and start in the stunning hill town of Taormina, home to the Teatro Antico di Taormina, an ancient Greco-­Roman theatre still in use today.

Taormina sits in the shadow of the active volcano Mount Etna, providing fantatsic views across the landscape to the smouldering mountain. Hiking Etna and is a highlight of any Sicilian road trip, on a clear day the views are breathtaking.

From here, head south down the fast A19 motorhome for Syracuse, a city of two halves. The modern Syracuse has a laid-back vibe with lots of independent boutiques, cafes and bars. The old part of Syracuse, Isola di Ortigia, is a wonderful tangle of alleys and beautiful piazzas, lined with ancient honeyed buildings and topped off by an imposing Castle.

Continue on to Noto, a perfectly laid-out and designed Baroque town full of impressive historical buildings. Noto is also part of a fabulous UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the neighbouring towns of Ragusa, Modica and Scicli, known as the Noto Valley or Val di Noto. Visit in spring for wonderful wild flowers and Infiorata di Noto in May, when the pavements and squares are full of stunning flower arrangements and displays.

Explored by Izzy& Phil from The Gap Decaders

The picturesque Isola di Ortigia in Sicily / Italy

 

Italy Road Trip Highlights: Western part of Sicily

The road trip to the Western part of Sicily is a drive into the most beautiful beaches, delicious street food, Aperol, and history.

Starting your journey in Palermo, you should set aside at least two full days. A busy capital had a lot to offer – magnificent churches, squares, local markets, and day trips. For the latter, you should include into your itinerary hike or drive to Monte Pellegrino and bus drive to Cattedrale di Monreale, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The best way to continue your Sicilian experience is by renting a car. This will give you complete flexibility over the places you can visit while saving you precious time. After getting your car, continue the drive towards Trapani. On the way there, make sure to stop by the ancient town of Segesta, featuring one of the most preserved Greek temples. The next stop is the natural heaven of Scopello with stunning beaches. Relax, swim or hike the natural park before arriving in Trapani.

Trapani will be your base for the rest of this road trip. Wander its charming historic streets and admire typical Italian architecture. Over the next few days, you should visit a hilltop fairytale castle of Erice with awe-inspiring views over the city and the coastline. Make sure to drive the Salt road and admire the uniquely pinkish salt pond with white mills, just like many postcards you’ve seen so far. Amongst the possible day trip, you can book a tour to Aegadian islands, drive to the archeological heaven of Agrigento or explore the >.

Explored by Tjasa from The Travel Momento

Italy Road Trip Route Must See Things to do highlights itinerary travel tips recommendation: A road trip in the west of Sicily is a clear recommendation for Italy routes by car

 

Where to go next in Italy & Europe?

In this article, Travel bloggers from all over the world revealed their insider tips for Italy Road Trip Routes & Itineraries. You learned about highlights and amazing things to do along the way. Get inspired and expand your Europe travel bucket list with the tips and infos.

What is the destination you put on your bucket list now? Let us know in the comments!

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