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Families visiting Italy have free reign to make the peninsula their playground. Home to many of the world’s greatest works of art, architecture, and gastronomy, the country attracts children with the promise of dessert and a visit to some of the world’s most treasured UNESCO sites. Visit the Colosseum in Rome and wow kids with tales of ancient kingdoms and gladiator battles, or include the entire family in a pizza-making class to learn more about the country’s cuisine. From Rome’s central location, you have the option of traveling north to cities like Florence for its hiking trails and grand palazzos, to Venice for a gondola ride through its winding canals, or to the bold, sweeping cliffs of various family-friendly ski resorts in the Dolomites. In the south, soak up the sun on beaches throughout Sicily, Capri, or Naples, each destination more astonishing than the last. Plus, they call Italy la dolce vita for a reason – any trip is better with a gelato in hand.

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