Visiting Puglia with a Baby

woman holding baby in Puglia Italy

One morning my husband and I woke up and decided that now that our baby was 7 months old, it was the best time to take a trip with our baby. We chose Puglia (Italy) with a baby because it is not as popular a destination during spring as it is during summer. In fact, we were welcomed by empty cities, best accommodation and optimal weather!

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Cinque Terre with a Baby or Toddler

Cinque Terre with toddlers

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. 

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Venice with a Baby or Toddler


Just the mention of Venice, Italy conjures up images of a romantic gondola ride along the canals. If you are traveling to Venice with a baby or toddler, a romantic gondola ride might just need to wait for a subsequent visit, but you can still make your family trip to Venice incredibly memorable. 

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How to Get from the Rome Airport to City Centre

Rome Fiumicino Airport Train Station with service to the Roma Termini

Now that you’ve decided to visit Rome, it’s time to figure out the best way to get from the Rome airport to the city centre. This is an important decision as the Rome Fiumicino Airport (also known as the Leonardo Da Vinci Airport or simply the FCO Airport) is over 30 km from the Rome Termini Station, a major train station and transportation hub in the Rome city centre. In this post, we review the 5 best methods of transportation from the Rome Airport to the city.

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Traveling to Rome with a Baby or Toddler

Rome with baby or toddler

Taking a family vacation to Rome with your toddler or baby will create special memories which will last a lifetime. Some of our family photos from our trip to Rome are among our most treasured possessions.

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Exploring Naples, Pompeii, and the Amalfi Coast with a Toddler

kid-friendly boat ride in the Amalfi Coast

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.

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