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Kids’ Travel Guide – Italy. A parent point of view.

I purchased the Kids’ Travel guide – Italy by FlyingKids for my little boy from Amazon. I was looking for something that would get him excited for the trip, keep him busy while on the flight and something he could have to keep as a reminder of the holiday. In my mind I had like […]

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Know the transportation system in Rome

If you visiting Rome for the first time and planning to use the public transportation you should know the transportation system in Rome! How to get around in Rome from the airport: There are two airports in Rome, Fiumicino (which is the biggest in Italy and the 6th in Europe concerning the traffic) and Ciampino […]

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Rome with Kids

Rome has a vast and rich history, but sometimes exploring the museums, art galleries, and historical structures can be too conforming for the children. Do not worry; we have fun and exciting historical adventures for the family to participate in while in Rome. Afterwards, you can sample some fine Italian cuisine and when the kids […]

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Exploring the Vatican with Kids

Are you heading to Rome?  Looking forward to discovering the numerous historical, cultural, architectural, and religious delights?  Apprehensive though about how the kids will find it?  Don’t be!  With the Kids’ Travel Guide – Rome your kids can enjoy Italy’s fabulous capital city as much as you do! With easy to understand and absorb bite-sized […]

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Best Places for a Gelato in Rome

Gelato is essentially Italian ice cream.  It is typically available in a wide selection of delicious flavours and may be served in a glass dish, a cup, or a cone.  Whilst very similar to ice cream, there are a couple of key differences that, according to many people, make gelato taste even better than its […]

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Italy with Kids – What to Do and Where to Go

Bella Italia!  Beautiful Italy!  This European jewel offers so much for families, from vibrant cities that are packed with culture and history, stunning beaches, charming islands, gorgeous nature, world class shopping, and plenty more as well.  And don’t forget about the food!  Italian cuisine is usually a huge hit with younger visitors, after all, who […]

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Why should you Visit Rome WITH KIDS?

Organizing a trip is not easy, and there are a lot of things that have to be planned for – especially when you are travelling with children. You need to make a list with all pros and cons and, of course, you have to think about attractions and activities that will keep your children relaxed […]

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KIDS’ TRAVEL GUIDE – ITALY: A Journey into the Italian Cuisine

When planning a trip to a new location, giving your children the chance to experience as much as possible is always on your list. You want the whole family to relax and have fun, but you also consider the educational part. But, let’s be honest, because of the pressure of organizing everything and constant concerns […]

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Planning to take the kids to Italy? KIDS’ TRAVEL GUIDE – ITALY is their best companion in this journey

Going on vacation to Italy? Italy is, no doubt, one of the most beautiful and complex European destinations, welcoming your whole family with remarkable attractions. Still, seeing Italy through the eyes of an adult can be totally different than a child would expect. And you might end up with a chaos vacation, with your children […]

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