Rome City Guide for Kids

Categories: Tips Sightseeing
Blogger: Lola
Description: Getting around a city like Rome is not easy. Doing it with kids is even harder. Italy is extremely child-friendly in some ways, but sometimes woefully not in others. Kids in Italy are welcome just about everywhere–restaurants, parties, bars and even night clubs! However, this ostensible love for children doesn’t often translate into practical services or infrastructure (high chairs, changing stations or sidewalks with ramps that allow strollers up and down with ease) that make it easier for us parents to take our child out and about in the city. With this website, I will share my insider knowledge, the tricks and tips necessary to bridge the facility gaps. I want to put fun back in gallivanting with kids in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. So I am dedicating this online endeavor to those brave parents who are looking forward to visiting, living and/or vacationing in the Eternal City with their little ones.

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August 19th
If you have time to spend in Rome, and wish to score huge points with your kids, why not spend a day at a water slide park? Rome and its vicinities offer quite a number of these aquatic amusement and leisure parks. Aquapiper – with a multitude of sl… Continue Reading
December 31st
PINOLI, ANYONE? Between early spring and late fall, one thing you’ll see plenty of on the ground when strolling around Roman public parks – which are, more often than not, dotted with tall Mediterranean Stone pines – are pinoli, or pine … Continue Reading
July 6th
Rome can get fiercely hot in summer, and kids really need some respite from the city chaos with some well-deserved splish-splash. If you’re visiting Rome, and the children need a break between sightseeing monuments; or whether you’re residing … Continue Reading
January 31st
Kids love it. And you can never go wrong with pizza. Experts assert that the best pizzas are those crafted in the 200° dome cupolas of wood-fired ovens, employing well-leavened dough made with top quality ingredients and possibly water hailing from Na… Continue Reading
February 17th
The Italian “Io donna” lei Web magazine reports the dispute raised by the Wall Street Journal, in which it is Italian American moms that end up making the best Mamma-podium. You can read the article in Italian, HERE Continue Reading