Choose our Driving Guided Tour of Rome for kids to visit the highlights of Rome in a fun and comfortable way
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Choose our Driving Guided Tour of Rome for Kids: avoid stress and keep the whole family happy. This is even more important during the hot Italian summers, when walking for long periods of time might wear you out!
With this 3 hour tour we will make sure you see the main highlights of Rome in a comfortable and funny way. You be picked up directly at your hotel by a private driver with a VIP car or minivan, accompanied by a local, kid-friendly guide. They make wonders in keeping children engaged, being able to interact with kids of different ages, in a language they will surely understand.
Who said that history is boring? Your child-friendly licensed guide will tell you all about the history of Rome, using visual aids such as 3D books and I-pads. Entering the main historical sights, you will be able to see both the past and present of Rome, switching between historical periods like in a time machine journey! Visiting several places, however, doesn’t mean getting tired. Rome is quite a big city, but your private driver will be with you at all times to take you and your guide from one attraction to the next, thus making the most of your time and energies.
During our Driving Guided Tour of Rome for Kids you will stop in the greatest corners and spots of the city, that will enable your guide to explain both the history of Ancient Rome and Baroque Rome. Your itinerary will be based on a standard set, but choosing a private tour means having the chance to discuss with your guide beforehand the places you are most interested in seeing. You can take a family picture with a beautiful view over Rome on the Quirinal Hill and from there easily reach Venice Square, the Circus Maximus, Caracalla Baths and the Mouth of Truth. This peculiar marble mask is a favourite among children: your guide will ask them to put a hand inside the mask’s mouth-hole and tell the truth: what will happen if they don’t?
More fun is guaranteed when you reach the Trevi Fountain, when you will see tourists throw a coin behind their left shoulder, to ensure you come back to Rome soon! Your kids will surely want to imitate them! More interesting sights include the Appian Way, the Pantheon, Minerva Square, the Key Hole on the Aventine Hill, Marcello theater and Navona Square. You can also decide to do an optional stop at the Crypt of the Bones made with real human bones of the Capuchin friars!
Your Hotel in Rome city center
DRESS CODE: in order to enter religious sites, such as Churches, every participant must make sure they cover their shoulders and knees.
We also suggest you wear comfortable shoes, as a moderate amount of walking is involved in this tour.