Traveling with the whole family? Here are some suggestions on where to go and what to do to make them happy!
Pizza School For Kids
Eating Italy Food Tours offers a pizza making class for families. It is in Testaccio, one of the oldest neighborhood of Rome. While kids learn hot to make a pizza, adults enjoy an aperitivo and wine. At the end, families eat pizza together.
Special Tours For Kids
It’s called “Eternally Young” and it’d s tour og Rome for Children. It is a 3 hour tour designed for families. It starts at the Trevi Fountain and includes Piazza Colonna, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Castel Sant’Angelo.
Rome is full of green spaces in which kids can let loose and enjoy! In Villa Borghese for example, kids can ride hourses, bike or skate around.
Explora: The Kids Museum
The Explora Museum is the only museum in Rome made especially for kids. Like other museums of its kind, Explora features pint-sized play areas, such as construction zones and test kitchens. Located just beyond the Piazza del Popolo, the MDBR is one place to take the kids if they need some exercise on a rainy day.
A Day at the Beach
If you’re in Rome in the summer, there’s nothing better than spend a time on the beach!