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Kid’s City Guides

We are all about making budget travel with children manageable and fun.

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids

This itinerary will work well for elementary school aged kids (5-11). This age of children is awesome to travel with. They are curious, yet they also need a bit slower pace than adults or teens. Though they claim they are too old for parks, they do need space to run around between sightseeing. A morning activity, afternoon activity and evening activity work well, though feel free to quit early or take a break if everyone is tired. Some days have three activities and some only two. Don’t rush! Take time to hang out in each location.

For other ages, see our itinerary for babies and toddlers (under 5) and teens/adults (12-18). Don’t forget to check our Rome With Kids: What to Know Before You Go to see which activities you’ll need to book in advance! Our Arrival in Rome post covers any metro or museums passes you’ll need to get.

Working on making this itinerary into a printable PDF, check back soon!

Day 1: The Colosseum, The Forum/Palatine Hill, The Monti District.

Day 2: The Borghese Gallery and Grounds, Heart of Rome Walk.

Day 3: St. Peters, The Vatican , sunset and play on the playgrounds at Castel St. Angelo.

Day 4: Pompeii Day Trip.

Day 5: Aqueduct Park, Roman Evening Stroll (with gelato!).

Rome Itinerary: Teens and Adults

Rome Itinerary: Teens and Adults

Rome Itinerary: Babies and Toddlers

Rome Itinerary: Babies and Toddlers