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5 Kid-Friendly Tour Companies in Rome, Italy

It is easy to be overwhelmed by Rome as a tourist. Busy streets, long lines at the historic landmarks, and thousands of years of history to take in. Especially with kids, I encourage not sticking to too strict of a scheduled and allowing time to wander. However, planning a day tour with a kid-friendly company can enhance your experience in Rome. Tour companies dedicated to families can captivate kids with exciting details and compelling stories that help bring the history of Rome to life.


Tour guides that work exclusively with families will be understanding of the occasional meltdown and random questions kids may ask. They know how to excite kids and get them involved in the tour.


I’ve included a list of five tour companies in Rome that work exclusively with kids and families. I offer discounts for some of these companies when you download my FREE Ultimate Travel Planner for Italy with Kids here.



1.Arte al Sole brings kids on a creative cultural adventure through city streets or the Italian countryside, while teaching them about the art, culture, history, stories, language and even cooking of Italy. They offer experiences in Rome, Venice, Florence, Umbria, Lucca, and Syracuse. In Rome, Arte al Sole offers family tours, day camps, art workshops, gelato-making, and cooking courses. For more information, visit their website at www.artealsole.com.


For a code to receive 50 euros (approx 10%) off Arte al Sole Day Camps OR a free bag and sketchbook for any Tour booked with Arte al Sole download my FREE Ultimate Travel Planner for Italy with Kids here.



2. Children in Rome provides tours and experiences planned with motherly care and attention to details: accurately planning every detail to maximize a fairy tale approach that will ensure complete engagement with kids. For more information on their tours & experiences in Rome, visit their website www.childreninrome.com.


3. Kids Tours of Rome is a private tour operator with the best guides for family tours with school-aged children. But they don't just offer tours, they are an experience. Your children will be fascinated by the history, culture, and art of the Eternal City. For more information, please visit their website www.kidstoursofrome.com.

4. Macaco Tour was founded in 2014 by two women who are specialists in art history. In Rome, Macaco Tour provides cooking classes and treasure hunts that involve the participants through integration that engages them not only from the intellectual point of view but also a sensorial one. For more information, please visit their experiences in Rome, visit their website www.macacotour.com/en


For a code to receive 5% off Macaco Tour tours, download my FREE Ultimate Travel Planner for Italy with Kids here.


5. Rome 4 Kids provides fun and interactive scavenger hunts, art workshops, cooking classes, private tours, and group tours of Rome with child-friendly, licensed local tour guides. They tailor and adjust the private tour itineraries to meet your individual family needs. For more information, please visit their website www.rome4kidstours.com.


Also, check out my Rome & Lazio Directory that includes other experiences, baby gear rentals, babysitters, and car service.



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