Are you traveling to Italy with kids? There are so many things to do in Rome that it’s a perfect starting point. Here’s a perfect three-day itinerary when visiting Rome with kids!
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How much time should I spend when visiting Rome with kids?
So are you wondering what to do in Rome during your time there? Here’s how our family with 4 little ones would spend three days visiting Rome with kids, including what to doing in Rome with kids and the best Rome activities for kids!
Best Things To Do With Kids in Rome: 3-Day Rome Itinerary
3 Days in Rome with Kids Itinerary: Day 1
Colosseum with Kids
Roman Forum with Kids
Dinner in Rome with Kids
Rome with Kids Itinerary: Day 2
- Trevi Fountain
- Pantheon, San Luigi dei Francesi, Piazza Navona, Gelateria del Teatro
- Campo de’ Fiori market
- Borghese Gallery & Gardens
- Come il Latte gelato
Trevi Fountain with Kids
Pantheon and Piazza Navona with Kids
Lunch In or Near Campo de’ Fiori Market
Borghese Gallery with Kids
Borghese Gardens with Kids + Gelato
Rome with Kids Itinerary: Day 3
- Vatican Museums/St. Peter’s
Vatican Museum with Kids
Trastavere for Wandering and Dinner
There you go – three amazing days in Rome with kids. There are so many more amazing things to do in Rome in 3 days! But this 3-day Rome itinerary helped us manage our time and still be able to wander and enjoy the magic of the city.
How about you? What are your favorite things to do in Rome? Let us know in a comment below!
With only 3 days in Rome, I’d highly recommend spending some more time in Italy with kids and traveling to a different part of the country.
For a first visit, we love going North – the mountains are beautiful, or you could spend some time in the amazing city of Florence (check out all these Instagrammable places in Florence!). Or if you’d like to see some beautiful scenery and beaches, check out this guide to Cinque Terre. You can’t really go wrong when traveling to Italy with kids (or kids-at-heart)!