Take two weeks to explore Rome and some of Italy's most popular coastal cities with this itinerary designed to make traveling with babies and toddlers simple. Private tours to Roman highlights like the Vatican, Colosseum, and Palatine Hill will make sure you can move at your own pace before you head to the coast. In Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, plentiful free time allows for maximum flexibility and time to lounge on the famous beaches. Finish your trip in Naples, where everyone can enjoy making pizza and exploring the ruins of Pompeii.
As you start your golf-cart excursion through the city, your driver will explain the art of Aperitivo, a beloved pre-dinner ritual featuring local drinks and small bites. To make the most of your experience, zip through the Testaccio neighborhood, a haven for foodies. You’ll pass an ancient pyramid and ride to the top of one of Rome’s seven hills. Your guide will show you how to look through a secret keyhole, a place many first-time travelers miss!
Next, stop for a drink in the charming Jewish Quarter and learn about the interesting history of this neighborhood established back in 1555 CE. You’ll also enjoy one of Rome’s most breathtaking panoramic views on Gianicolo Hill, where you can see St. Peter’s dome at night. Then zip past the impressive Vittorio Emanuele Monument built in honor of Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of Italy, marvel at the famous baroque Trevi Fountain, and experience the magic and drama of the Pantheon at night. Golf carts are an excellent way to see as much as possible and get into the city's narrow streets!
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Itineraries with Evening Drinks & Golf Cart Tour in Rome
This week-long trip will take you to some of Rome's most popular spots, then let you unwind on the beaches of Sorrento, while leaving plenty of wiggle room to accommodate the less-predictable petite family members. You'll start by cruising around Romes's highlights on a golf cart tour, then follow guided tours of the main sites that can be customized to your interests while being speedy enough to keep the smaller, fussier members of your party engaged.
With two full weeks, your family can embrace what Italy has to offer on this tour, focused on kids aged 5-12. You'll craft Carnival masks and follow engaging clues through the canals of Venice, then experience the Renaissance arts of Florence. Tour ancient sites, extensive art collections, and fruit-filled markets in Rome before you end your trip in Naples, home of both ancient Pompeii and some of the best pizza you can find.