DAY 2: EXPLORA KIDS MUSEUM AND HISTORIC CENTER
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This tour is a great way for you and your kids to discover the historic center while having fun in the Explora Kids Museum and in the other famous places.
It is highly recommend to walk from one place to another since all the locations are in the city centre.
It takes about 8 hours to visit all of the sites mentioned, depending on how much time you decide to stay in each place.
This our starts from the Flaminio Train Station, easily reached by subway at "Flaminio” (Line A). From here take Via Flaminia and only a short distance away, you'll arrive at the Explora Kids Museum, dedicated to children. After visiting the Explora Kids, go back to Flaminio station and cross through the arches of Porta Flaminia to reach the People's Square (Piazza del Popolo), one of the most beautiful squares in Rome, famous for the large obelisk at the center. From the square we suggest you walk up the stairs on the left to Pincio , which has a beautiful panoramic view over Rome and is one of the entry points into the park Villa Borghese. Walk straight down Via Gabriele D'Annunzio and along Viale Trinità dei Monti unitl you get to the Spanish Steps, above Spain's Square (Piazza di Spagna). Come down the steps and turn right into Via dei Condotti, home to the city's most exclusive shops: Gucci, Prada, Bulgari, Hermes and many others. When you reach the intersection with Via del Corso, turn left and go straight for a short ways. Then turn right onto Piazza del Parlamento where you can visit Montecitorio, the great baroque palace that today houses the Italian Parliament. Go back onto Via del Corso and turn right. After a few metres, you'll arrive at the Colonna Gallery located in the square of the same name, where we suggest you stop for a break or do some shopping. Now go back onto Via del Corso and turn left into Via delle Muratte to get to the Trevi Fountain. After you’ve thrown your coins into the fountain to censure you return to Rome, take Via di San Vincenzo and turn left onto Via della Dataria. Now take the Salita di Montecavallo to reach the Quirinale, the residence of the President of the Italian Republic.