Where Can I go on a Motorhome Vacation?Every country in Europe has camping spaces available for Motorhomes. Most tolerate free-camping in a discreet spot. Major highways are built to carry large vehicles, so it's not as hard to get around as you might think.
Norway, for example, has a special web site all set up for folks looking for scenic drives called national tourist routes. In some ways, countries like Norway offer the best option for motorhome tourism, since distances between lodging options are long, traditional lodging is expensive, there is an abundance of natural beauty, and there are many opportunities to "free camp."
What Kind of Person Motorhomes around Europe?Here are some criteria: You don't mind driving big vehicles, you have a lot of time to spend in Europe, you don't need big cities and art museums to amuse you, and you like people.
While you could rent a motorhome for a short vacation, say a week, it's best to have it a longer time, and usually cheaper by the day to rent that way.
Motorhome camping in Europe is usually a social occasion--much more so than it is in the United States. You'll meet a few locals and lots of other foreigners (most Europeans are surprised to see Americans in Motorhomes) when you settle into a campground for the night.
How do I get a Motorhome in Europe?There are three ways to procure a motorhome in Europe. You can rent, you can lease, or you can buy one with a contract to sell it after you've used it. Rental is the only real option for short stays.
IdeaMerge recommends starting your rental in Germany - "even if the bulk of your itinerary lies outside Germany." RVs are less expensive there, and the insurance allows you to drive pretty much everywhere in western Europe. See the link below for more.