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Ortisei with Kids – Our Top 10 Things to Do (+ Itinerary & Helpful Tips!)

Ortisei makes a great base for exploring the Dolomites with your family. It’s relatively easy to get to, it’s gorgeous, and it has everything you need if you’ve got little kids (or big kids!) with you. Although pretty much everywhere in the Dolomites is kid-friendly, Ortisei is a favorite of ours for its stellar main …

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Boy running down steps in Matera, Italy.

40 FUN & MEMORABLE Things to Do in Italy with Kids – From a Mom in Italy

Are you daydreaming about your family trip to Italy…but you’re not exactly sure how to guarantee it’s kid-friendly? Have no fear! Italy is one of the most child-friendly countries in the world, and there’s plenty to do here to keep kids of all ages interested and entertained for days, weeks, months, and yes, even years …

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Evening in Venice on the Grand Canal. You can see a gondola and a ferry in the water.

Tips for Taking Your Kids on a Gondola in Venice – From a Mom in Italy

Ciao! Are you contemplating taking your kids on a gondola ride in Venice but aren’t exactly sure what it entails? Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of a romantic gondola ride with your partner but aren’t sure if you should attempt it with your little ones along for the ride. Either way, I hope I can help …

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Boy looking out at view of sea in Polignano a Mare, Puglia.

Visiting Italy with Kids for Spring Break – Where to Go & Planning Advice

Ciao! Are you contemplating a family trip to Italy for spring break? If you’re looking for excellent food, history, architecture and culture – and want to skip the rowdy beach scenes – Italy’s the place for you! I’m a mamma of three boys living in central Italy. For over two decades, I’ve also helped other …

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Boy running down a small lane in Alberobello, Italy. You can see trulli roofs on the left and white walls and bushes.

Alberobello with Kids – How to Visit the ‘Trulli Town’ with Your Family

Are you planning on visiting Alberobello with kids but aren’t sure if it’s a kid-friendly town? Are you wondering if you should add the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Alberobello to your family’s itinerary or just skip it and head to the beach instead? I’m a mamma of three living in Italy and I first …

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Boy in red shirt on pebbly shore of Lake Garda. He's looking out at the boats on the lake.

Lake Garda with Kids – Planning Your Trip to Italy’s Family-Friendly Lake

Updated January 16, 2024 Are you planning a family trip to Lake Garda? If so, bravi! Lake Garda (Lago di Garda) is one of our favorite places to visit in Italy with kids. With clear waters, plenty of pebbly and sandy beaches, theme parks galore, delightful villages, and stroller-friendly lakeside paths, Lake Garda is an …

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Car Seats in Italy – Your 2024 Complete Guide to Safe Family Travel on Italian Roads

Updated on January 19, 2024 How to decide whether to bring your car seat to Italy or rent or buy one here; how to install car seats in Italy; European and Italian car seat laws and standards; and all of your Italy car seat questions answered! If you’re planning on visiting in Italy with small …

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Three boys looking out of a cable car toward the Santa Croce range in the Dolomites, Italy.

San Cassiano (Dolomites) with Kids – Gondolas, Playgrounds, and Bears – Oh My!

Updated on January 15, 2024 Whether you’re heading to San Cassiano for an afternoon visit, or you’ve decided to make the tiny village your base for exploring Alta Badia, you’ve made a good choice! San Cassiano, the tiny village with less than 1000 full-time residents, is a perfect spot for families.  You can hike, bike, …

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