Christmas in Italy – Teach the KIDS

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  1. First of all, so nice of you to include stories/books in your Christmas-y list. Also glad that there’s so much about food and have to admit that I was surprised to see seafood in a Christmas menu. Traveling around the world during different occasions and celebrations is always special and a learning experience about culture and traditions. Thanks

  2. melbtravel says:

    Learning about holiday traditions in other countries is always a great idea, especially when education children. I mean what a great way to learn. I love that you share christmas books with your children to at night too. I have been to Italy a few times but I never knew that Vatican was decorated, so very cool.

  3. Devesh Joshi says:

    That was quite an informative article I must say. Travelling to new places around festival time helps you learn about new cultures and beliefs. I can clearly see how your journey helped you learn much about Italy. Great post indeed!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thanks! We love observing holidays in our travels because it gives you such a peak into the culture. We traveled to Istanbul during Ramadan and it was wonderful! Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Sarah says:

    That’s quite an interesting read! I’d love to take my parents to Italy, especially to the Vatican, hopefully by next year – maybe during the holidays, too! I have been putting off a trip there because I want to explore it with them!

  5. Rome in Christmastime looks magical! I was just there in late October and I wish I could have seen the Christmas tree all lit up. And all those Italian snacks and cookies look so delicious…. mmmm! Great book suggestions btw, I used to be a teacher and I loved the “Befana” book!

  6. Christmas celebration in Italy kinda look same to the way the Spanish celebrates with the gigantic Christmas tree standing right at the city square, lovely indeed. As a real meat eater, I wouldn’t expect having fish throughout Christmas Eve, nice tips to know to get prepared ahead. Thanks.

  7. I’m Italian and this reminds me of my own family Christmas suppers. There’s always so much food and then at midnight the fruit and deserts (including my favorite tiramisu) come out and we start eating all over again! I’ve never been to Italy during the Holidays but I’m sure it must be quite magical.

  8. Kathy - Walkabout Wanderer says:

    I love Italy but I haven’t been around Christmas time. Rome is spectacular but with the additional of the Christmas tree your photos are even more beautiful. Also Italian food. .. . . yummy!

  9. Abigail says:

    Italy has always been on my travel bucket list. A Christmas experience in Italy would be magical!

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