Illuminated Rome Tour for Kids and Families with Gelato and Pizza
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Illuminated Rome Tour for Kids and Families with Gelato and Pizza

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Rome in the evening is more beautiful and be more pleasant than during the day. When the daytime visitors have departed and many tourists have returned to their hotels and when there are fewer cars and scooters on the road, Rome is altogether quieter and less frenetic.

Especially during the hot summer days it is pleasant to tour Rome in the evening. Even if you have seen some of the sights by day they look different during the evening; when the sun has set and the monuments are lit up you get the opportunity to visit them in a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere.

On this special tour the children will enjoy treasure hunts, quizzes, photo contests and other activities that will keep them engaged whilst at the same time enjoying sightseeing with their parents.

You will visit the highlights of Rome’s city centre; Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia and many other amazing places, led by our very knowledgeable guide. The tour will be fun and informative so the kids will have a great time whilst also learning something of the history of this fantastic city.

And….. included in the tour there is authentic Pizza and Gelato from traditional makers – something for the whole family to enjoy!
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  • Beverages
  • Food tasting: genuine pizza and Italian original gelato
  • Kid-friendly professional guide
  • Travel tips "Rome with kids"
  • Local guide
  • Blue Badge guide
Not included
  • Gratuities
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required, with at least 1 adult and 1 child
  • A maximum of 12 people per booking, with at least 1 adult visitor for every 3 children
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Free for children aged 0 thru 4
  • Tour is suitable for children above 5 years of age
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
Erika S
5 | 2019-07-23

This was the perfect tour to start our trip in Rome. Our tour guide, Marco, was amazing with the kids and told great stories, kept the pace interactive and fun all while showing us some amazing sites in Rome. The stops for pizza and gelato were a huge hit. We cant recommend this tour enough.

Leonard T
5 | 2019-05-01

We enjoyed our tour with tour guide Marco. The stops for pizza and gelato were great and our kids loved it. Marco was very outgoing and knowledgeable and kept our kids engaged with the sights.

Elaine P
5 | 2018-07-23

Wonderful tour. Great temperature for the walk. Marco had some great stories and really engaged the kids with his fun games. Our son is on the hunt for Madonellas everywhere. Pizza and gelato stops were awesome too!

Barney W
5 | 2018-03-29

A great way to see some of the great sights of Rome. Our guide Giorgia was full of enthusiasm and stories, kept everyone engaged all the way.

Molly V
4 | 2018-03-28

Great tour with a great guide who was patient and engaging with all our girls! We really enjoyed our evening with Paola.

Gregory W
5 | 2017-09-02

What? Only 5 stars? Our family would give Marco and the tour 10 of 10 if we could. Marco was informative, entertaining, and full of energy from the first introduction through to the end. He even offered to walk us back towards our hotel since he was walking that way as well. Our 9 year old, who can sometimes be somewhat shy with new people, immediately became enchanted with Marco's games/challenges for the little ones. The stops on the tour were both formal/historical e.g., squares and fountains as well as light and entertaining e.g., the world's oldest bank and explaining what different street names meant. The pizza and gelato were, of course, delicious. Two words of advice: Do it.

5 | 2017-08-18

We really enjoyed this walking tour. Marco was our tour guide and he was very enthusiastic, spoke excellent English and kept the kids engaged with activities and contests. It was our group of 6 and one other family of 4 so perfect. We had a stop for pizza and it was excellent! Probably the best pizza we had in Rome. We then had a stop for Gelato and again it was the best gelato we had while in Rome. We would highly recommend this tour tour to anyone travelling with kids!

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