Explore Family Travel in Rome
Rome might not seem like the most favorable European city to bring children to; however, keeping your brood entertained in Rome might be easier than you think. School-age children will appreciate a trip to the Catacomb of St. Callistio, which dates back to the 2nd century and is the largest of Rome’s catacombs. Be sure to check out the papal crypts and Santa Cecilia’s sepulcher.
While taking children out to eat in foreign countries can be a battle, finding restaurants with food that picky kids will actually eat on the menu is a breeze—you can get pizza and pasta pretty much anywhere. Rome also has many kid-friendly accommodations—Albergo Santa Chiara and Hotel Ponte Sisto are two great options.