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Rome With Kids
Rome's zoo is located in the heart of the Villa Borghese. There are currently over 190 animal species that include reptiles, birds, mammals and amphibians.
Best in Rome for Kids
This lists a number of great activities and places that the whole family can enjoy.
This water park will be a hit with the kids. It contains a wave pool, swimming pool and slides. They also claim to have the fastest water slide in Italy.
Explora - Il Museo dei Bambini di Roma
Explora is a child-sized playtown where everything can be observed, touched and experimented with. The museum is located next to the historical center of Rome, not far from Piazza del Popolo.
Rome with Kids
From events to childcare to travel tips, Italiakids.com offers parents and kids a wealth of information on life in the Bel Paese.
Rome With Kids
This book that you can purchase is an insiders guide to fun activities, engaging stories, step-by-step tours and time-saving tips for kids visiting Rome.
Here is a list of upcoming events in Rome for kids and families.
Rome With Special Needs
Accessible Italy has been organizing tours and tourism services for individuals with disabilities since 1995.
Accessible Rome - Wheelchair Travel
Rome streets and sidewalks can be notoriously difficult to navigate as a pedestrian, let alone in a wheelchair or with a walking stick. However, there are plenty of options for people with limited mobility to visit Rome's attractions.
Notes for the Disabled in Rome & Lazio
Resources - mostly in Italian - for disabled: wheelchair bound, physically disabled, hearing or sight-impaired members of the community.
TrenItalia - Disabled Passengers
If you need to travel on the Italian railways they have a number of services to assist you. There are a number of Disabled Assistance Centers to help you and you can purchase the Carta blu, which gives you discounts on fares.
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