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    Jul 2017

    Default Planning a trip with kids to Italy

    We are a family with three kids aged 11, 8 and 3 and looking to visit Italy. We land in Rome and leave from Venice. The total trip is 15 days and I have booked the first 4 nights in Rome. Following that, I thought I'd spend around 4 nights in/around Florence and then another 4 nights around Lake Garda. Then finally a couple of nights in Venice and then fly out.

    Is that a good itenrary? We love picturesque places, good placed to eat and some shopping. Would like to ideally budget about $120 per night for hotels. Can someone recommend a plan, which towns to see etc.

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    DonnaDenise is offline Senior Member - Expert about Tuscany
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    May 2014
    Arezzo, Tuscany

    Default Travelling Tuscany with Kids


    Personally I would take a day off of Rome and add it to Tuscany - only because kids normally love to mix history, site seeing and all that adult fun with a few hours at the pool or playing around (at least I know my nieces and newphew were like that) Not that they won't find lots of interesting things in Rome.

    Check out this list of kid friendly accommodations to see if there is something that might work:

    And then here are a list of some activities that might intrigue the younger and older generation alike:

    Buon Viaggio,

    Donna Denise

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