My husband is a world traveler and the one who usually plans our trips with crazy, detailed itineraries and a ton of places to stop. We are now first time parents and things have changed a lot! We have a 16 month old toddler and with that, I knew we wouldn’t be able to travel the way we did before or do all of the things that we had planned. I’ll admit it right now, I was stressed and scared to travel with a baby.
Not travelling with a baby? Don’t run away yet! You’ll still find all the best options for transportation from the Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport to Rome city center here.
When you arrive in a city, you want the cheapest and easiest way to get from the airport to your hotel without much hassle. We always like to consider all the options available for transport from airport to city center. Why? Because public transportation options tend to be much less expensive and sometimes are even faster.
This guest post was written by Olivera of MamaRent.com where you can rent all your baby equipment for your trip in Venice, Brenta Riviera and Padua.
Just the mention of Venice, Italy conjures up images of a romantic gondola ride along the canals. If you are travelling with a baby or toddler, a romantic gondola ride might just need to wait for a subsequent visit, but you can still make your trip to Venice incredibly memorable.
Rome is one of those amazing cities where even walking the streets is an experience. There’s so much to see and do, you probably won’t see it all in one visit. If you are visiting for the first time with a baby or toddler, you want to be prepared so you can get the most out of your visit. You’ll find everything you need to know here.
Cinque Terre is a group of five seaside villages in Italy located along the Ligurian Coast that appear to be emerging from the cliffs. We are certain that you’ve seen the pictures of Cinque Terre at sunset. It’s an idyllic setting, sitting on your balcony with a glass of wine watching the sun set over the rocky cliffs and pastel colored buildings.