THE BEST 72 HOURS SPENT IN ROME WITH KIDS
Drink coffee like the locals
There are non-caffeine options for children as well. It is a very energetic place, so don’t worry about the kids being bored, I promise, they won’t
Fontana Della Barcaccia
Have a go at drinking from one of the spouts, which always makes for great family fun and excellent keepsake photos and videos.
Campo De’ Fiori open-air market
Join the locals doing their grocery shopping for the day, and pick up some fruit, cheese, and salumi to snack on from some of the very animated vendors.
Fontana Dei Quattro Fiumi
Backtrack a bit and make a mid-day, late afternoon stop at Piazza Navona, where there are street performers and artists lining the square.
Get up early, grab a quick coffee and cornetto at your nearest cafe and get to Vatican City. No matter your religious disposition, this is a must.
Saint Peter’s Basilica
The square and the basilica are magnificent and awe inspiring. Michelangelo’s Pieta is housed inside, again one of the most famous works of art.
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