Discover Rome with your kids and let the magic happen.
Romance, history and fantastic food abound in the Italian capital. A place where lovers kiss in front of fountains, children are enthralled by tales of Gladiators and locals whizz about on scooters, looking effortlessly cool despite the blaring traffic. The atmosphere of Rome is very much like its incredible food – bold, loud and full of life. A riot of smells, sounds, tastes, and epic sights.
You may be apprehensive about travelling to a big, busy capital like this with your children, but be assured that the family-focused Italian culture will welcome your little ones with open arms. It’s not uncommon for children to be out in restaurants as late as 11pm. So embrace the Italian way of life and let your schedules relax a little by eating at our recommended kids friendly restaurants. Plus what better way to keep kids (and adults) happy than with daily pizza and gelato?!
If it all gets too hectic, you can escape the frenetic city and head to the beautiful, peaceful gardens of Villa Borghese, or to Villa Doria Pamphili where you’ll find a 17th century palace, pony rides and several children’s playgrounds. You will find a lot of things to do with children in Rome for sure.
So what else is there to see in this historic capital, and which attractions are the best for children? BabyBreak has selected some great child friendly activities you can do in Rome. And last but not least, you don’t need to crammed in one tiny hotel room to fully appreciate your vacation in Rome, so why don’t book one of those family friendly places to stay.
So now which weekend will be take to discover Rome with your kids? Happy Travels!
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