ITALY WITH KIDSPosted on 02/17/2017
We get so many requests these days for Italy, from clients who aren't quite
sure if it's the right trip for a family, especially those with younger
children. Our answer? ABSOLUTELY IT IS! There are a wealth of
activities that can be fine-tuned to the interests of children. If you're
considering Italy, have a look at some of these tried & tested ideas.
TRY THE ROME CYCLING TOUR WITH TASTING EXPERIENCE
Need to burn off some energy or work off the delicious food you'll be enjoying?
Grab a bike and cycle through Rome's curious streets, with a local guide
that will take you on a tasty tour of some of Rome's best culinary
treasures including rich flavorful food (for the kids) and wine (for the
adults!), in a family-run traditional Enoteca located in the 18th
Century Palazzo Giangiacomo in the heart of Rome.
SHORT ON TIME OR PATIENCE?
We can get you special "skip the line " access at the Vatican and
Sistine Chapel, plus we'll link you up with a family-friendly guide who
explains everything in a way children can understand, ensuring they have
fun at the same time.
FEELING LIKE AN EXPLORATION? TRY CHIANTI BY CLASSIC CAR
Cruise this idyllic part of the world in a refreshing way, in a classic Fiat 500-
discover the genius of this fantastic car, synonymous with a unique style
that has always characterized the Italian story. 8 hours of fun freedom!
HUNGRY AND LOVE TO PLAY WITH FOOD? PIZZA & GELATO MAKING EXPERIENCE
Learn to make pizza and gelato just like the Italians do! Work alongside a chef
who will be happy to introduce you to the history of these glorious Italian
creations. Learn how to make tender flexible dough that stretches to
near-paper-thinness, along with the trick for the perfect tomato sauce.
These techniques are universal and truly make a difference, as you'll see
when you try them in your own home. With the pizzaiolo, you'll make your
very own pizza - stretch it, sauce it , decorate it, bake it, slice it and
EAT it. It will be the best you've ever had, especially because you have
made it yourself. After pizza, it's time for gelato tastings....perfection