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Quirky Italy: Unusual Places to Take the Kids

Quirky Italy: Unusual Places to Take the Kids

Posted on Jan 19, 2016 in Italy, Kids' travel guides - Italy & Rome

A popular European holiday destination, Italy attracts many families each year. If you have already hit the well-known highlights, or your kids love seeing things that are just that bit different, here are some unusual and quirky spots around Italy to visit: Frasassi Caves Head underground in the region of Marche and it is as […]

Exploring the Vatican with Kids

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 […]

Things to do with Kids in Sardinia

Things to do with Kids in Sardinia

The large Italian island of Sardinia is a fabulous playground for adults and kids alike.  A fantastic place to enjoy the best of the beautiful Mediterranean and experience an Italian culture that is slightly different to on the mainland, the island boasts gorgeous beaches, ancient ruins, lively cities, charming villages, and plenty of activities both […]

Why should you Visit Rome WITH KIDS?

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 […]

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

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 […]