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Europe: A Family Love Affair

As a travel writer who concentrates on top restaurants and of-the-moment destinations, sight-seeing with a child in tow meant still finding the hot new thing while also planning kid-friendly city itineraries. Ondine Cohane learned that, in fact, the two were quite compatible.

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DAYS: 8 nights, 9 days
DATES: August 3-11, 2016
GROUP SIZE: 22 people (children 6 and older)
You want to take the kids on an Italian holiday, but you’re nervous. How do you let the kids be kids, and still have a good time yourself? Relax. We got this. Come along on this special trip to Italy designed just for families—the whole family, with something amazing for everyone, young and old. We’ll take care of the details, and you and the kids enjoy a trip you’ll be talking about for years to come.

Our Journeys enhance our Members' knowledge of the world, exposing them to new cultures and adventures they might never have experienced on their own.

Gina Bach, Sr. Director of Exclusive Journeys

Things To Do

Travel today is the ultimate badge of honor. Here are a few experiences you can shout from the rooftops and check off your bucket list.

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Get exclusive access to the hypogeum at the Coliseum, and send the kids to “Gladiator School.”

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Enjoy a private, after-hours visit to the Vatican and Sistine Chapel.

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Enjoy private cooking classes in Rome and Florence, where kids will learn to make pizza, cookies, and other great carbs.


Postcard from a Member

A terrific trip! Well planned and even better executed. The special events (private tours of the Vatican Museum/Sistine Chapel and Colosseum, pizza-making in Rome, private tour of restoration work at old monastery in Florence, mask-making in Venice, etc.) were special indeed! We had a top notch travel planner and the local guides were very knowledgeable.

Dan Hirschhorn, Member since 2009

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Where You'll Go:


Stop 1

You'll get the Grand Tour of Rome, with an exclusive, after-hours tour of the Vatican and Sistine Chapel.


Stop 2

After a high-speed train ride to Tuscany, go on a Segway treasure hunt in Florence, climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and bike along the top of Lucca's medieval walls.


Stop 3

The city of Venice never looked as splendid as it does from your luxury hotel on a private island in Venice Lagoon. Explore Piazza San Marco and dine on Venetian cuisine

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