Some useful sites used for the Italian Job 2. The route, straight down France, round the Med, down to Sorrento back via Garda, Austria (toll free) Germany, Netherlands and Belgium. Troys: Camping Municipal. Usual excellent French municipal campsite, park with trees, swimming pool, supermarket next door. Grenoble:Les 3 Pucells. Within walking distance of the excellent cheap tram system. Swimming pool. Bit cramped. Don't miss cable car to La Bastille. Castellane: Down Route Napoleon. Muicipal car park/aire. Next town. Good stopover. Divert to see Gorge du Verdon. Diana Marina. Camping Oasis Park. A crude but huge cheap and effective private site. All essentials. Short walk to lovely town. Pisa: Camping Village Tore Pendente. Nice quality site with pool within easy walk of the tower and town. Florence: Camping Michaelangelo. Perfect site to visit Florence. Steep walk down, get the bus back. Lovely views. Rome: Camping Tiber. On the river to the north. Free bus to local train station then into Rome. All facilities on site but not much within walking distance. Italian railways are staggering good value. Sorrento. Camping International Nube d'Argento. Few minutes walk into town. Could not get a more convenient site BUT take ant powder or buy at local shops. All facilities. Pool a bit deep ! Food good. Tivoli: Muncipal car park or rubbish dump. Free by the river. The place Italians dump their rubbish but a short walk to a wonder of the world Villa d'Este. Pesciera del Garda: The ultimate town for "doing" Garda, Verona, Venice, even Milan thanks to mainline railway station. Normally would use the delightful Camping Butterfly but full so used Camping Cappuccino. Not got a pool, so Butterfly wins there but even more convenient for walking into the lovely town. Mega restaurant outside the gate. One gate gives direct access to beach. Prad am Stilfsejoch: Camping Sagemuhle. Totally German speaking area but in Italy. Lovely site, pool. sauna glorious area. This is the launch point for the Reschen Pass to Austria/Germany. One of Europe's most magnificent passes. Toll Free. Fussen: Camping Brunnen, just outside on the lake. Good cycling and the mega sight Schloss Neuschwanstein. Bit of a midge problem right by the lake. Valkenburg: Citycamp Den Driesch. As close as you can get to the cute old town. Easy walk to town and it's many attractions. Bruges: Municipal camping by the main canal and yacht club. Close to main station. Next to coach park. Ticket on entry, pay on foot exit. Power included. Charming old town. Sort of miniature Amsterdam.