One of the great things about being in Rome with kids is that many of the city’s main tourist attractions are ideal for families – and are sights you’d want to see anyway. I’d skip the big museums with smaller children, but with a few days in Rome, the whole family can see incredible art, get close to Ancient Rome, eat well, and most importantly, have fun.
I’ve shared my Top 10 List of things to do with kids in Rome with David at My Little Nomads so enjoy!
Photo of the Trevi Fountain by Zugaldia. Kids: did you know half a million Euros worth of coins are thrown into this fountain every year? The Euros go to the Catholic Church and the foreign currency is donated to the Red Cross.
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