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    Default Italy

    Can anyone suggest any toddler friendly destinations in Italy?

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    We went on a family trip to rome 2 years ago. 3 adults and 3 toddlers. We stayed in serviced apartments just near the Vatican city. I find rome to be very kids friendly, we did a lot of walking, used cabs and trains and had no problems.

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    ahhh my favourite country in the world. Love Love Love....

    Go everywhere.. you'll be fine. there's tons of trains, cabs and take a stroller because most of it will be done on foot.

    Have an amazing time you lucky duck

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    the only place that might pose a bit of a threat is Venice because of the canals but you can simply not visit Italy and not see Venice so just strap them into the stroller and keep an extra careful eye on them... they will love the beautiful masks and the pigeons and what kid doesn't like spag bol?

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    Lucca!

    just to expand on that.... It's very central, o ly a short drive to dozens of interesting sites and places, is beautiful, is surrounded by gorgeous Tuscan countryside perfect for drives and nap time, and is a child-friendly gated city centrally located with plenty to do with kids.

    Ahhhhh Italy, going myself later this year
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    Love Lucca!

    How old is your toddler and how much time do you have there? Rome, Sicily and parts of Tuscany would be lovely, though it can get a bit hilly so having a car would help a little one to get around.

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    Sorrento. Even though parts are very hilly most of the hotels do offer shuttles to/from the hotels.

    Rome def lots of parks etc for them to play in when they need breaks and great transport system. Just watch what you leave in the pram or stroller

    Florence would also be great

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