Florence is a magical city. The red clay rooftops, cobblestone streets, and piazzas around every corner enchant visitors once they step out the door of the train station. Artwork and architecture from some of the most renowned . . .
Rome with kids can seem overwhelming, but it is a wonderful city to enjoy with children, who will love the ruins, the people, and the gelato! The city is beautiful any time of year, but the crowds will vary depending on weather . . .
If you are a family considering a trip to Italy, why not consider a personalized tour where you can discover Roman mythology with Rome Private Guides? All of our guides are local, English-speaking, licensed, and experts in art and . . .
Thinking of a trip to Italy? Looking for books to inspire young readers? Check out our list of suggested reading, there's something for everyone! . . .
When we began our search for what to see and do in Tuscany with kids, I was shocked by not only how large of an area (close to 9,000 square miles) Tuscany actually covers, but by how much there is to explore. My first piece of . . .
There is so much to discover in Venice. When I think of Venice in spring time, I picture gondolas cruising the canals, people strolling in the piazzas, and colorful flowers overflowing from every window box. However, this . . .