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Planning a trip to Florence? Find a Hotel in the Heart of the City!

  The city of Florence is definitely one of the most evocative in Italy, but it is easy to be taken in by a cheap offer and find yourself in a hotel that doesn’t work for you or your family. It is well known that Florence is one of the most beautiful …

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A Tapsy Tour of the Colosseum in Rome with Kids www.minitravellers.co.uk
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A Tapsy Tour of the Colosseum in Rome with Kids

On day 5 of our trip to Rome (staying at Eurocamp) we had arranged to visit the Colosseum with Tapsy Tours which I had been looking forward to since we booked the trip earlier this year.  After so many wonderful experiences earlier that week, would this trip match up with …

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Eco City Tour in Rome with Kids; Angel Tours www.minitravellers.co.uk
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Eco City Tour in Rome with Kids; Angel Tours

The Eco City Tour of Rome has got to be one of the best ways to view the major tourist attractions of Rome when you are travelling with kids. This October my husband and I travelled with our three kids (age 2, 3 and nearly 6) to the Italian capital (staying …

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Camping Fabulous in Rome with Eurocamp

This half term we decided to go on a city break adventure to Rome with our three children aged 2, 3 and very nearly 6!  During our week we made real Italian pizza and went to the Vatican with all the kids thanks to Rome4Kids; we toured the Colosseum with …

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Pizza Making and The Vatican with Rome4Kids

On day 3 of our Rome adventure (whilst staying at Eurocamp just outside Rome) we spent the day with Rome4Kids. Our first activity was at the Pizza Masterclass for Pizza Lovers. We made our way to the Coloseo (Colosseum) via the bus and metro, and then walked around 30 minutes across town …

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A SERENE FAMILY HOLIDAY IN UMBRIA, ITALY
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A Serene Family Holiday in Umbria, Italy

Italy is my favourite country in the world (Mine as Well as Kate’s who has written this post). No question. Plonk me anywhere on the Italian map and I’m as happy as Larry. (Whoever he is). I’ve visited many places in the past but hand on heart, I can tell …

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Family Holiday in Rome

Earlier in the year I wrote a post about being excited that British Airways did Family Holidays now and that I was planning where we could go with them. Well I’ve decided. I looked at all the options and whilst there are absolutely loads of places to choose from I’ve …

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10 Reasons to visit Sardinia with Kids

If you’re a regular reader you may well be a little bored of me saying I want to go back to Italy! Just go ahead and book it you might be saying! Hubby keeps asking me what I’d like for my wedding anniversary (6 years this year) it is supposed …

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5 Reasons why you should visit Giglio Island with Kids

I adore Italy.  In fact I recently wrote a post about why I love Italy so much, yet despite this I still haven’t booked to go back with the kids.  I have however decided it is definitely definitely on the list for next year, but I’ve yet to decide where and …

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5 Things to do in Elba with Kids

I adore Italy.  In fact I recently wrote a post about why I love Italy so much, yet despite this I still haven’t booked to go back with the kids.  I have however decided it is definitely definitely on the list for next year, but I’ve yet to decide where and …

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Family Holiday in Tuscany – San Martino Estate

This review was submitted by Emma who went on a family holiday to Tuscany with the grandparents, her husband and two young boys. During the May half term we set off on our first trip abroad with our two boys, aged 2.5 and 4.5.  We also took my parents as …

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Villa Pia – Affordable Luxury?

In the 15 years before I had the children I had been lucky enough to visit Italy every year. I adore the place. I love everything about it.  I love Rome, Sienna, Positano, Lucca, Sam Gimignano, Milan, Brindisi, Pisa, Florence, the list goes on! I have travelled all over Italy, …

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3 Generations in Rome at Half Term

Earlier this month my children’s Grandma (67) her daughter (34) and her grandsons aged 9 and 7 years visited Rome at Half Term.  They have put together some top tips! Top tips on visiting Rome with kids: Stay in an apartment rather than a hotel. It is half the price …

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