Happy Village & Camping
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHappy Village & Camping Rome
This is certainly a happy place! We were welcomed with a big smile from everyone, followed by lots of information on Rome and what to see. Even though this campsite is in Prima Porte, a little way out, I have to say that it is extremely well located for visiting Rome. The campsite provides a free shuttle service o get you onto the rail network and for 3 Euro return and within 15-20 minutes, you are in Rome....could not be easier. Good clean facilities also.
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