Holidays with children in Rome

Where to take your child in Rome? You don't have to think twice: there are plenty of places to take the whole family.

Once you've seen the Colosseum, thrown coins into the fountains, and indulged in enough pizza to last a year... What's next? Rome offers a diverse range of entertainment options for both children and adults:

  • At the zoo near Villa Borghese, for a fee of 13 EUR (11 EUR for children), you can see lemurs, lions, and giraffes. Next to the Rome Zoo, there is a small amusement park with rides for children.
  • Located on Via dei Santissimi Apostoli, you'll find the 5D cinema "Time Elevator." Sitting in a flying chair in front of panoramic screens, you'll witness the foundation of Rome or the construction of the Colosseum.
  • At Rome's Olympic Stadium, you can cheer for the local team, "AS Roma," and experience the adrenaline rush alongside passionate Roman football fans.
  • Ostia Beach is just a 30-minute drive from Rome. You can reach it by taking any train from Porta San Paolo station.
  • The theme park "Fantastico Mondo" (12-15 EUR) offers encounters with characters like Pinocchio or Count Dracula, as well as real knight tournaments and duels between musketeers and the Cardinal's guards.
  • Rainbow Magic Land (28-35 EUR) is an amusement park located in Valmontone, near Rome. This place will particularly appeal to girls, as you can find a wide variety of dolls dressed in unimaginable outfits here! Other attractions include a planetarium, roller coasters, and costumed shows. There is a free shuttle from Termini Station to the park.
  • The most popular entertainment for children in Rome is the "Hydromania" water park (16 EUR). It is open from May to September, and here you can have fun with the whole family on the "tornado," "turbo slides," and in the wave pool.

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