I'm a full-time mom, part-time preschool teacher who believes experiences are more important than things, travel is one of the best ways to learn compassion for other cultures, and now is the time to make memories with the ones you love.

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Top Frequently Asked Questions in 2019 about Traveling to Italy with Kids

Every Friday on my Instagram and private Facebook group, I answer a frequently asked question about traveling to Italy with kids. Have a look through the top 10 FAQs this year.





No. 10 // How do you get a car seat through the airport?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am showing you how to easily get through the airport with a car seat. For more information about the stroller and car seat I use when traveling click here to visit my shop.




No. 9 // Should I take a direct or connecting flight?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am talking about if you should choose a direct flight or take a connecting flight to give your child a "break" from flying on long international flights. Let me know your opinion in the comments.




No. 8 // What's the deal with tipping in Italy?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “what’s the deal with tipping in restaurants in Italy?”.




No. 7 // Can I take liquids on the plane for my baby or toddler?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “Can I take liquids for my baby or toddler on the airplane?”.




No. 6 // What do I do if my kid gets sick in Italy?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “What do I do if my kid gets sick in Italy?” For more information read my blog post: What to do if Your Kid Gets Sick in Italy.




No. 5 // Are pickpockets a problem in Italy?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “Is pickpocketing a problem in Italy?” To view the money belt and other suggested packing gear click here.




No. 4 // How do I help my baby adjust to the new time zone?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “How do I help my baby adjust to the time change?”




No. 3 // How to avoid getting sick on an airplane?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am answering “How do I avoid getting sick on an airplane?” I have 5 tips and I think #2 and #4 will be new information for you.




No. 2 // How to get from the airport to the hotel without a car seat?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am talking about how to get from the airport to your hotel if you are not bringing a car seat. Welcome Link.




No. 1 // Should we take a stroller to Italy?

@mypoccoloitaliano Today I am talking about if you should bring a stroller when traveling with babies & toddlers.




Follow me on Instagram here or join my private Facebook group here to see my weekly FAQ videos.


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Related Posts:

Everything You Need to Know About Planning a Trip to Italy with a Baby or Toddler

11 Best Tips for Traveling to Italy with Kids

What to do if Your Kid Gets Sick in Italy


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