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The Best Blogs on Visiting Rome with Kids

Rome, Italy is a fantastic travel destination for families who love to travel. From unparalleled historic sites to delicious food, Rome is sure to be a hit for the whole family. Families will love Rome for its stunning cultural sites, quaint piazzas, family-friendly cuisine, and for its easy day trips around central Italy. Generally, Italians love kids and are happy to help families find parks, kid-friendly restaurants, and anything else you may need! To begin planning, families must decide the length of their stay and their ‘must see’ list. To help with your planning, these are our top picks for best blogs on things to do with kids in Rome.

Mum on the Move: The Best Things to do in Rome with kids

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Marianne, of Mum on the Move, published this guest post by Rome native, Marta. If you’re looking for a local’s guide to Rome with kids, this is a great place to start! Marta has some fantastic recommendations for things to see and do in Rome with kids. Firstly, she suggests seeing ancient Roman ruins (like the Colosseum and Forum), the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Then. kids will love running through the ancient ruins and seeing the incredible history around them. If you are considering going to the Vatican, Marta includes a number of tips and insights to maximize the experience with kids. In addition, Marta recommends a number of beautiful parks and playgrounds. Finally, don’t miss her family-friendly hotel recommendations at the end. Read more here.

The Traveling Mom: The Top 10 Things to do in Rome with Kids and Families

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Claudia, the author of The Traveling Mom, believes Rome is an amazing cultural and educational experience for kids. Firstly, her Top 10 list for Rome includes unique recommendations like the Campo de’ Fiori Marketplace, Ostia Antica (Rome’s ancient seaport), and a few historic churches. Kids will love the robust Campo de’ Fiori Marketplace. Here, they can explore the market stalls in search of fun trinkets and their favorite Roma futbol jersey! In addition, the blog includes some of the usual favorites like the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and the Trastevere neighborhood. If you’re not sure about doing the Roma pass, Claudia provides her insights on the pass. Finally, don’t miss Claudia’s review of the food tour in Testaccio, a wonderful family-friendly food tour. The mix between traditional sights and unique finds makes this one of the best blogs on Rome with kids! Read more here.

Kids Are A Trip: Everything You Need To Know About Visiting Rome With Kids

The parents behind Kids Are A Trip have been traveling as a family for 15 years. They believe Rome is a wonderful city, perfect for families any time of year. Their blog offers great advice on getting to the city center from the airport, getting around the city, family-friendly hotels, and of course, suggestions of things to do. This traveling family recommends a few of the traditional favorites, like The Sistine Chapel (in Vatican City), Palatine Hill, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain. Then, kids will love roaming the ancient ruins of the Palatine Hill. Here, the unparalleled history of the ancient Romans will come alive at their feet on one of Rome’s seven hills! Additionally, don’t miss their recommendations for gelato and family-friendly restaurants. Finally, they also share their recommendations for best, family-friendly tours in Rome. Read more here.

Globetotting: 10 things to do with kids in Rome, Italy

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Katja, the mom behind Globetotting, always has terrific travel suggestions. Her thoughts on Rome are no different! Firstly, Katja notes that Rome is one of the most-visited cities in the world, attracting roughly 8.6 million visitors each year. Her recommendations for visiting The Eternal City with kids are simply perfect and very kid-centered. Which makes sense, because her family has been living in Rome for over three years! Then, her suggestions include observing the city from the Seven Hills, tossing a coin in the famous Trevi Fountain, and visiting the Bocca Della Verità (a medieval lie detector test made famous by the film Roman Holiday).  In addition, Katja includes a great review of the Explora museum. This interactive kids museum is perfect for toddlers and young children! It’s a wonderful break from Rome’s vibrant streets and piazzas. Finally, don’t miss her recommendations for family-friendly parks and restaurants! Read more here.

Wanderlust Storytellers: Essential & Helpful Hints for Families When Traveling to Rome with Kids

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Andrzej and Jolene are the parents behind the Wanderlust Storytellers blog. They offer great advice for families traveling to Rome. From where to stay in Rome to the best places to eat with kids to the most exciting family-friendly activities, this blog has your planning needs covered! Andrzej and Jolene also suggest a couple fantastic kids books about Rome to help introduce and excite your kids about traveling to The Eternal City. Firstly, Andrzej and Jolene recommend the Time Elevator Rome 3D Ride and History Simulator. Then, kids will love this action-packed tour of Roman history and culture. Next, families will love the Knights of Malta Keyhole, a unique and off-the-beaten-path Roman treasure. In addition, their blog covers a few of the usual favorites like the Borghese Gardens and the Spanish Steps. Finally, don’t miss their amazing recommendations for family-friendly tours and, of course, gelato! Read more here.

Let’s Explore: Rome

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Laura, the mom of two behind Let’s Explore, shares her favorite sites in Rome with kids. She provides wonderful tips, fun facts, and recommendations for restaurants and foods kids will love! In addition, Laura shares her recommendations for places to stay in Rome. For sightseeing, she shares a number of the Roman favorites! From the Trevi Fountain to the Forum, Laura shares what sites to pair well together, which makes for easy planning! She also shares interesting tidbits that are helpful for families. If you are considering a gelato making class, Laura includes a review of her family-friendly find in Rome. Finally, cute family pictures make Rome with kids come alive, making this one of the best blogs on Rome with kids! Read more here.

Happy Planning

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Rome is sure to please the whole family!  With access to an array of ancient and modern history, iconic art, and divine food, it is no wonder that Rome is a can’t miss for families who love to travel!  With so much to do around every piazza, Rome is sure to become a place your family treasures and continues to visit time and again!  This list of best blogs on things to do in Rome with kids is sure to provide exceptional tips for an unforgettable family trip. Happy planning!

Next, find more things to do in Rome with kids, as well as lodging, restaurants, and other recommendations on our main page on Rome.

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