If you travel to Rome with kids and babies, one of the most useful information you will need to know is where to find the baby changing facilities!
As you land to Rome with kids, you will discover that the capital of Italy is an extremely kid-friendly city. You will notice that people in Rome often smile at kids when they pass by and it’s absolutely not unusual for kids to be offered free food by market of bakery vendors in shops! How do I know that? Because I organize tours for families with kids called Tapsy Tours, to learn and have fun at the same time when exploring a new city! Discover how to take part to the Tapsy Tour of Classic Rome and to the Tapsy Tour of Ancient Rome.
BABY CHANGING FACILITIES IN ROME
Discover where to find baby changing facilities to get the most out of your travel to Rome with kids and babies.
Surrounded by the green of the park Villa Pamphili, this bar is a true wonder for kids. Besides its location, you will surely appreciate the activities it offers to entertain kids, the menu for children, the high-chair and the baby changing station!
Address: Via Vitellia, 102, Rome
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 10am to 12pm
This aperitif bar and restaurant located in the Re di Roma area is provided with a baby changing station. Besides this, it is also a excellent place to taste an Italian style aperitif.
Address: Via Appia Nuova, 127, Rome
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday from 10am to 1pm; Friday – Saturday from 10am to 2pm; Monday closed
Located within the amazing Villa Torlonia, one of the most beautiful parks in Rome, La Limonaia restaurant, besides being a great place to enjoy a break from your visit of Rome with kids, is equipped with a baby changing station for customers.
Address: Via Spallanzani, 1A, Rome
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday from 9am to 23pm
Thanks to its strategic location, this restaurant is an excellent place to stop and have a break after visiting the Vatican and the centre of Rome with kids and babies. In fact, besides being a good place for aperitifs, it is equipped with a baby changing station.
Address: Via Crescenzio, 84, Rome
Hours: Monday – Friday from 7:30am to 2pm, Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 2pm
The bar of the hotel is provided with a courtesy room for customers, equipped with a baby changing station. If you are travelling to Rome with kids and you have just visited Castel Sant’Angelo, that’s a great place to stop and enjoy a break.
Address: Via Cola di Rienzo, 23, Rome
Hours: Sunday – Monday from 12am to 3pm
To discover many other changing facilities in Rome, purchase the Talking Map of Rome on The Mole Hill website. You will also find my list of the best coffe shops, pizzerias, ice cream parlors and much more!
If you have any question or you are curious to discover more about my Tapsy Tour of Classic Rome and my Tapsy Tour of Ancient Rome, drop me a message, I will be happy to help you with TAPSYlicious information for your travel!