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Kid’s City Guides

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Rome Itinerary: Babies and Toddlers

Rome Itinerary: Babies and Toddlers

This itinerary will work well for children under 5. It’s based around open areas for kids to run and awesome playgrounds and assumes your kid takes an afternoon nap. Feel free to adjust it to how long you are staying. I put the most essential tourist stops in the first three days. For older kids, see our itinerary for elementary school aged kids (5-11) and teens (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, naps, Heart of Rome Walk.

Day 2: The Forum/Palatine Hill, naps, The Monti District.

Day 3: The Borghese Gallery and Grounds, naps, Roman Evening Stroll (with gelato!).

Day 4: Pompeii Day Trip.

Day 5: Aqueduct Park, naps, sunset and play on the playgrounds at Castel St. Angelo

Day 6: St. Peters, The Vatican (OK to skip this because this museum is hard with this age! You can always return to Rome), naps, Bartolucci’s.

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids

Rome Itinerary: Elementary School Aged Kids

Harrod's With Kids

Harrod's With Kids