At the Vatican
A tour of Rome with kids can be an enthousiastic experience full of energy and laughing or a dull tiring crawling with yawnings and moanings.
You can avoid bad surprises by planning your visit well in advance and picking the right guide.
I have been working with families and kids for years now and I have my tricks to make you enjoy it al.
Scavenger hunts, trivia, prizes and more tools are used on tour to make kids participate and have a memorable experience.
One of my brightest memories of my childhood is a guided tour of Ostia and I still remember my guide Gianni and the fun I had on that day.
we are traveling to Europe for the first time as a family. My husband and I have a 16 yr old boy and 19year old girl. We are in Rome from 6-10 October. Would love to only what would be the best way to see all the amazing icons in Rome, but more importantly how much would it cost? Hope you can help us.