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Italy with Kids
Visiting Italy with children: how to make sure they never get bored
Children may not always like visiting monuments and historical locations, as they sometimes consider cultural activities a little boring. However, Italy offers you the opportunity to find the right alternative for them, so that you can combine your interests with theirs.
The country offers plenty of solutions to match both your and your children's desires while on holiday.
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Holidays in Italy for families with kids
Travelling as a family requires a well-organize plan, programming activities to do, places to visit and facilities to refer to in case of need, especially for children.
When going on holiday with kids, we need to take into account their requirements and needs, and our destination should be chosen accordingly. 'Children-friendly' places become, then, the very first priority and Italy, in this case, can be considered a perfect destination. In fact, there are plenty of towns and spots perfect for children, offering a lovely holiday for the whole family, adults and kids.
Travelling by car with kids: some Italian rules you should know
When going on holiday and visiting new countries travelling by car may be a very good idea, as it tends to be more flexible to the needs of the moment, and allows tourists to stop whenever and wherever they want. However, when travelling with kids, there are some important rules and local provisions families should know, to avoid negative experiences.
Children need to travel in safe conditions, but regulations might change from one country to another.
This is a useful guide for all those who have decided to visit Italy with their kids by car.
The Rainbow Magic Land: A Great Destination for Families Near Rome
Rome is one of those cities that offer a lot for adults, including monuments, tradition and a whole lot of history. This year, however, the Eternal City is also proving itself to be an ideal destination for families. Parents with children who have been subjected to hours of touring, museums and historical sites can make their little ones happy by heading to Rainbow Magic Land. Situated in Valmontone, a town about 30 minutes from Rome, the amusement park will delight children of all ages.
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This is a short guide to activities specifically designed for children. A treat to offer them to alternate traditional sightseeing of the Roman Forum or St. Peter's with something that's more child-oriented but can be fun for grown ups too.
(Via S.S. Apostoli, 12 - off Via del Corso, 260) One of Rome's newest and most fascinating indoor activities. On board this time machine, you and your children will learn about Rome's history thanks to a virtual reality, multi-sensorial experience packed with special effects, including a motion base platform. The show lasts 45 minutes and runs daily non-stop from 10 a.m. to 10,30 p.m. Tickets are 11 euros for adults and 8 euros for children aged 0-12. Nearest underground station: Spagna (Metro A). Buses n. 40 express, 60 and 64.