Pinocchio Tours is a team of local tour guided in Rome focused on providing private touring experiences for families with children. We tell stories, play games, and/or use visual materials to capture the imagination of your family as they learn about the rich history of our beautiful country. Our guides have experience working with children and will tailor the content given during the tours according to the age of your child.
The city of lighrs can be very exciting to visit with children. There are a lot of fun and interesting things to do. Our local guide will make sure it will be a memorable experience for the whole family!
“The best tours we have ever done with our children
Maria was an amazing tour guide. She was interesting, funny, engaging and had an answer for every question. We all loved our time with her and it made the tour of the Vatican and the colosseum so much more interesting. We learnt a lot and the children were engaged and interested the whole time. Maria sets the standard that all tour guides should aspire to! We couldn't recommend Maria more highly. Her tours have been the highlight of our time in Rome. Don't hesitate.....book her tours, you will not regret it! Thank you Maria!
“Pinocchio Tours -- thumbs up!!”
Pinocchio Tours is an outstanding educational experience of Italian culture and history for children and adults. The tour creators – Bruno and Maria – have designed a highly interactive and imaginative program tailored for children to experience the richness of Roman civilization and Italian tradition. Each tour includes primary historic landmarks and monuments and lasts about 3 hrs with interspersed breaks – sufficient for little feet to endure. Strongly recommend Pinocchio Tours as a high-quality, budget-friendly tour experience for the whole family.
“Our kids were completely engaged the whole time"
We have four children (10, 8, 7 and 4) We toured with Maria for three days and ALL of our kids were completely engaged the whole time. In addition, they continued to look for "Roman treasures" after the tours were over. We went to a couple of other cities after visiting Rome and for the rest of our trip, our kids kept saying "We miss Maria!" She would have made this so fun!"