September in Rome is a magical moment to enjoy the city with kids and it is also plenty of activities for families! Come with Tapsy?
Do you believe that September in Rome is still incredibly hot? A never ending summer perfect to explore the city with kids and enjoy all the little pleasures that only the Eternal city can give. Come with me and show your kids how many incredible things are ready to be discovered here!
SEPTEMBER IN ROME WITH KIDS, WHAT TO DO?
Safe and fun tours
We all know how much care traveling needs in this particular moment, that’s why I am offering a wide range of experiences for families to make your September in Rome a great month! My tour on Roma Open bus allow kids and parents to enjoy all the most beautiful corners and monuments od the city from another perspective, on a comfy bus! Kids will have kit with gadgets and a super useful leaflet to play with during the journey, and know more about secrets and tips of Rome. Also, you can book your own private tour of Classic or Ancient Rome (or both!) with a dedicated guide who will show you all the wanders of the city centre during a relaxing walking tour. Kids will play with a booklet and, with the help of the guide, will learn how to better know historical references and art around the city.
Kid friendly museums
First on the list is Explora, a science and art museum made for kids: it is more than this, actually, it is a true workshop place where kids can learn while doing labs and activities. MAXXI museum is the place to go in search of the contemporary: this place is always open to innovation, with several events and workshops: many of them are children-oriented, so the can better understand contemporary art and architecture. More info here. Palazzo Barberini is one of the few places that makes learning art a fun experience for kids, thanks to its workshops and special guided visits, every first and third Saturday of the month.
September in Rome: open air
Since the weather is still so good (and normally, October does the same), don’t miss the chance to find the right relax in one of the several parks and villas in Rome. From the romantic Villa Borghese to the wild Villa Pamphili, the city centre is surrounded by green beauty. If you are in an ‘archeological’ mood, rent some bike and go straingt to via Appia Antica, the first ‘big road’ of history! Like all the main roads of ancient Rome, via Appia used to link (and still does!) Rome the all the main southern cities, like Naples or Bari. Today you can admire the ancient road – for free – and all the monuments and mausoleums along it. Also, the area is surrounded by green park where you can stop for a nice picnic with kids!
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