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Kid’s City Guides

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

Rome Itinerary: Teens and Adults

Rome Itinerary: Teens and Adults

This itinerary will work well for teens and adults who like to travel fast and see everything! Am I allowed to have a favorite age? Well I do and I LOVE teenagers. They are honest inquisitive people who are developing their interests and acquiring life skills. My first international trip was when I was 16 years old and it obviously had a very big impression! I’ve put shortened versions of the history of most spots and included lots of Instagrammable locations. A bit of advice for traveling with teens: give them time to take their pictures! My teenage nieces and nephews love documenting and showing where they’ve been to their friends, but along the way they are developing some amazing photography and editing skills.

For other ages, see our itinerary for babies and toddlers (under 5) and elementary school aged kids (5-11). 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, Rome Vespa Ride, Heart of Rome Walk.

Day 3: St. Peters, The Vatican , sunset at Castel St. Angelo.

Day 4: Pompeii Day Trip.

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

Vespa Ride Around Rome

Vespa Ride Around Rome

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids