Rome with Children: Tips from a Local Mum

Italy, Rome Guide (B): Rome with Children: Tips from a Local Mum

City breaks with kids can be hard, especially in a city like Rome, big, crowded and so beautiful you might feel you can never stop without missing out on something! This is why I created this ‘how to visit Rome with children’ guide: I hope you find it useful and if you have questions, please leave them in the comments: I will be very happy to help!

Rome, the Eternal city, the city of Illusions, the capital of the world. Rome the city of marbles, the city of visible history, the city of yearning. Or, as I usually call it: home.

I was born in Rome from Roman parents and even if I now live in Ireland and write in English, I am very much a Roman. The city is to me like a relative, a close family member: I love her, I get incredibly irritated by her, I am hyper aware of her shortcomings, but will defend her with my life against attackers and will always call her home. I go back to Rome often and since I’ve had the kids I have made an extra effort to bring them there regularly: they immediately fell for the city and every time we go we seem to find more reasons for the kids to love her. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Rome with Children: Tips from a Local Mum
Guide Location: Italy » Rome
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Pantheon   Piazza Navona   piazza della Minerva   The Roman Forum   the Colosseum   Circo Massimo   La Bocca della Verita’ (The Mouth of Truth)   St Peter’s Square   Palazzo Valentini   Rome Cat Sanctuary   Explora Children Museum   Villa Borghese   Trimani   Antica Enoteca via della Croce  
Author: Marta Correale
Read it on author's website: http://www.learningescapes.net/3775-2/

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