The Birthplace of the Renaissance

For more than two and half millennia, the Eternal City has accumulated innumerable and incredible antiquities, and extraordinary and endless galleries of Renaissance and Baroque art. An open-air museum, the city has an ever-growing list of spectacular archaeological sites and monuments, gilded churches filled with paintings by Italy’s top master artists, exquisitely sculpted fountains, and beautifully manicured public parks for your family to explore. Sure the capital has plenty of UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Sistine Chapel—but when you and your family visit Rome, the most irresistible quality may be how its modern-day trattorias and sleek coffee bars happily co-exist with ancient treasures.

Quick Facts

On this six-night, seven-day kid-friendly itinerary you’ll see the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and the Vatican on fun-filled, kid-focused tours.

Your trip includes six nights at the 12-suite family-friendly Corso 281 hotel, daily breakfast, a culinary walking tour, guided tour of the Vatican, tickets to the Opera, private car transfers for all excursions, and more. 

This trip was designed for families of four with children four- to fourteen-years-old. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request.

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