Rome, known as the "Eternal City," is one of the most fascinating and historic tourist destinations in the world. Founded in 753 B.C., this city has seen empires rise and fall, becoming the beating heart of Western civilization. Its cobblestone streets and ancient monuments tell stories of gladiators, emperors, and artists. The city is an open-air museum, with architectural masterpieces such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Trevi Fountain.

But Rome is not just history and art; it is also a vibrant and lively city, with picturesque cafes, local markets, and delicious cuisine. Pasta all'amatriciana, pizza al taglio, and gelato are just some of the culinary delights that visitors can enjoy.

Visiting Rome with small children can be an unforgettable experience. The city offers a perfect combination of history, culture, and fun suitable for all ages.

Below are some pages with useful tips for those traveling with little ones:

Activities for kids up to 6 years old!

The most famous sites in Rome!

To discover events in Rome

Public Transportation in Rome