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Take the Kids to Italy with Smithsonian and Perillo Tours
Published on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 by Have kids or grandkids? Ready to show them the world? Here's your chance to take them on a once-in-a-lifetime trip and see Europe along with other families through our partnership with Smithsonian Journeys. Italy, England/France or Spain...the choice is yours! Spotlight - Treasures of Italy: A Family Adventure 11 days Exploring the Treasures of Venice, Florence, ...
Milan Children’s Museum Opens This Week
Published on Thursday, January 23, 2014 by The city of Milan finally has a permanent children's museum. MUBA or Museo dei Bambini di Milano opends Friday in Rotonda di via Besana, an historic Baroque building not far from Milan's center.  While the museum was actually founded in 1995,  it has been running programs without a permanent home, until now. The museum expects to run three exhibitions per year ...
Experience San Gimignano Tuscany As It Was in 1300
Published on Thursday, January 16, 2014 by Visiting San Gimignano, the Tuscan town famous for its towers, can feel like a journey back in time. One of the town's museums - San Gimignano 1300 -  helps you have this time travel feeling with an historic, miniature version of what this UNESCO World Heritage Site was like in the year 1300.  While numerous towers in other Italian cities have ben destroyed by t...
The Italy Mix: Siena Travel Advice, Italy With Baby
Published on Monday, August 12, 2013 by The Italy Mix is a post about the most interesting Italy and Italy travel news and human interest stories around the Web each week. Here are our top picks for this week: Siena: Italy's Medieval Gem:  Rick Steves explores the Tuscan city of Siena and recommends sites, hotels and restaurants. (The Seattle Times) Italy With A Baby: New parents take their baby to P...
Visit Italy With Kids
Published on Thursday, August 4, 2011 by Italy is not just a couple’s delight; it’s a perfect holiday destination for kids too! Visit Italy with children and see for yourself how they’ll love exploring the huge medieval castles, playing on those vast beaches, and learning history alongside. In case you haven’t booked tickets for your children till now, do it now. No doubt, Italy is great for kids....