Ready to go to Rome with children? From June Italy re-open to travelers from all around Europe and I am ready with new surprises and adventures!

I am counting the days. After weeks of planning and dreaming, I will be able to bring families all around Rome with children again! I have decided to start from the most beautiful of the cities to welcome all the families who want to go exploring with me.  Are you coming?


rome with children

Why coming to Rome now?

They have been hard times for Italy and the whole world lately,  but it’s time to come back to a slow and smooth normality. We need it and we can do it, with an eye to safety and health of ourselves and people around us. That’s why I have started my new adventures from Rome: a city that never sleeps and wants to welcome all the travelers out there. Rome is getting ready with all the measures to prevent the Covid-19: pretty much all the shops and activities have opened and the city is very careful in respecting the restriction and ensure the best travel experience at the same time. You must be patience: maybe you will queue a little bit to get inside museums and restaurants, but it worths the time, because no one can welcome you better than Italians do. Plus, Rome is beautiful in this period!

rome with children

Why visit it with Tapsy?

Because I care about all the traveling families out there! I have been spent the last few weeks working hard to find the best solutions and partners to improve my offer and ensure a safe and fun experience. That’s why I will be brand a new tour on board Roma Open Bus, some fantastic open bus which will bring us discovering the best highlight in town!

rome with children

Starting from Termini station, we will admire all the most famous monuments and spots of the city, with an audio-comment for the adults and an amazing Tapsy kit for kids! A map, stickers and gadget to discover every secret of every step of the journey.

rome with children

Santa Maria Maggiore, the stunning Colosseum, Piazza Venezia and its ‘typewriter’ monument, the river Tiber, Castel Sant’Angelo and many more places to see from another point of view. Each bus is constantly sanitized, the seats respect the distances between people and you will find sanitizing gel and gloves on board. I just need you to have the mask with you and book in advance. Ready to go? Info at .

What are you waiting for?






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