Are you visiting Rome with kids? Don’t worry, enjoy our kid friendly tours
Rome has never been so tailor-made for kids as on our tours, where your children can take home memories of an adventure back in time with the stories about ancient Romans, gladiators, popes and emperors. Our experienced and qualified guides, specialized in tours for children, accompany the children and thrill them with details of the monuments and the most famous museums of the city by telling them stories, legends and fun and exciting anecdotes. This engaging tour is suitable for parents and children: choose what suits you best!
"The best of Rome" child-friendly walking tour
A pleasant walk around the historical center of Rome to see the best of the city: Piazza di Spagna, stairway of Trinita dei Monti, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon and Piazza Navona with its Fountain of the four rivers.
A Day as an ancient Roman: Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Spend 3 amazing hours as the ancient Romans did, talking, playing, and honoring the gods in the heart of Rome: the ancient Forum, the Palatine Hill and the Colosseum.
ancient Ostia: little Indiana Jones' explore the city
Unveil Ancient Ostia: the ancient Spa, the great theater, the splendid mosaics, the bars, the fast food places of the past, the bakeries, the fishmonger’s and the butcher’s like real detectives.
Baths of Caracalla: games and wellness
What did the ancient romans do every day to preserve their health?! They went to the Spa, of course!
Unveil the baths of Caracalla, the most popular of ancient Rome.
Trajan's Market: the shopping mall of ancient Rome
The market place is a unique site in Rome. Today it is an important museum where our young visitors learn about construction materials, and architectural techniques of the past with the help of our licensed guide and maps.
Castel Sant'Angelo: mysteries and secrets of a castle prison
Come into the mysterious Castel Sant’Angelo. Discover its fascinating history that dates back to 123 A.D. when it was built as the great tomb of Emperor Hadrian and hear about its terrible prisons.
Galleria Borghese: myths and legends
See the artwork created by geniuses of the 17th century, enjoy the fantastic mythological stories masterfully portrayed in marble, take pictures of your favorite works of art and reproduce them on paper and guess the name of the works.
St. Peter's Basilica: popes and statues
The Basilica of St. Peter is the greatest church of Catholicism and visiting it is an extraordinary experience.During the visit we see artwork and papal coats of arms, and hear stories about the artists who worked on the project, popes and secret symbolism behind religious decorations.
Treasure hunt at the Capitoline Museums
Entering the museums is like stepping into a time machine. Learn about the many pagan gods with a fun treasure hunt and find out who your favorite is.