I have so many dreams of traveling with kids. Europe, Asia, South America and Africa.. The list is endless and I don’t know if we can do it all. But when one of the dream seems to be within reach, it makes the dream even more exciting.
We have been talking about taking the kids backpacking through Europe in the next few years when they will be old enough to take care of some walking without whining.
Tuscany With Kids
But last week, I entered our family photo vacation for a chance to win a week long stay in Italy. Tuscany to be precised. Now, I have to admit when we were talking about Europe I was thinking more about Rome, London, Amsterdam or something in that nature. I didn’t even think about Tuscany.
Now, that there is a chance.. I start to dig more and see what could we do in Tuscany with kids. Will they get bored? We are not wine connoisseurs. Will we enjoy a week out in this beautiful countryside?
The answer is YES.. Big fat YES..
Resources for Things to Do with Kids in Tuscany
There are many more things to do for kids in Tuscany than we can fit into a week. A great resources from Ciao Bambino gives us a good start.
I let my fingers do a little more work and found more information at Children in Tuscany. A great resources for various things to do with kids in Tuscany. Kids will love to climb the Leaning Tower in Pisa, ride the bike in Lucca, climb the bell tower in Siena, and tour the amazing Florence.
The winning prize is a week stay in Casa Cornacchi Country House. The location is perfect for a family home base to explore Tuscany.
Now, why do you care about my dream?
You can help me achieve this dream my dear friends. It’s relatively easy.
How To Help
1. Become a fan of Ciao Bambino – Ciao Bambino Facebook Fan page (so you can do the next step)
2. Leave a comment on my family photo – Our Family Vacation in Macau
That’s it!!! Each comment will give us one vote.
The contest will run until March 12th. So you still have time to help us out.
Cheer to the dream!
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First photo by Giampaolo Macorig