Dear traveler, are you ready to visit Rome?
The capital is so large and full of beauties ranging from ancient to modern, that it is practically impossible to visit it all even if you have a whole life at your disposal, but in one day you can have an idea of its beauty and majesty. If there are children among your travel companions, you will also need to take their needs into consideration. Like all large cities, Rome also offers entertainment for the little ones.
In Rome there is an extraordinary time machine that projects children sitting in an armchair on a 30-minute journey, to retrace its over three thousand years of history. It’s called Welcome to Rome and allows you to try a multi-sensorial virtual experience thanks to panoramic screens, enveloping acoustics and 3D projections.
To stimulate curiosity there is Explora, a miniature city where every child can explore freely by experiencing science and socializing with cooking workshops and practical workshops.
At the Bioparco you can admire over 200 species of animals along an extension of more than 18 hectares. At Villa Borghese it is also possible to rent pedal boats, bicycles and skates or take a ride on the pony by observing closely the fountains and lakes of the park populated by ducks, swans and turtles. In summer, films for children are shown in the small cinema inside the park. There are also numerous amusement parks around the city: from Cinecittà World to Rainbow Magicland.