Visit Rome with kids

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  1. Kristi says:

    It’s funny you mention “Cliff Notes for adults” because I have been fascinated by all of the stories and information in “The Kids Travel Guide to Rome”! I bought 2 copies for my 8 year old and almost 4 year old and have learned SOOO much through Natalie’s book! She has such a gift for pulling out the details that make an impression on kids! My 2 boys love the stories! The pictures and activities are engaging on so many different age levels!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thank you! I think Spain is going to be fun, too! The history and culture is soo very different than from the Rome book. My kids loved Spain!

  2. Jennie Kerley says:

    I would love to visit!! What beautiful pics and great ideas for the kids!

  3. Your posts are always so helpful! My sister has young kids and struggles traveling with them so I’m going to send her a link to your blog 🙂 Thanks for all of the helpful info!

  4. sarahandjustin says:

    Great ideas for how to engage in a cool city with your kids. And I mean, who doesn’t love gelato!!!

  5. Liz says:

    Rome is such a beautiful city and definitely a great destination for kids. Great post!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thanks! We want to take them back. They are older and will appreciate the experience in a totally different way now.

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