When you land in Italy, you can immediately feel a sense of calmness and lack of rush. In Florence, people are a bit like the weather in this side of the world: nice, warm and welcoming. If you want to organize a relaxing trip and have fun with your toddler, then you should put Florence in your list. Florence is a medium-sized lively city that is very easy to navigate and very handy to get to. There are many pedestrian-only areas that will give your toddler plenty of space to run, play and will give you one less thing to worry about: traffic and pollution. Florentines love to go out and enjoy a sunny day and with all the great bars there, it gets even nicer to have an espresso sitting outside kissed by the Tuscan sun. If you happen to be stopped on the street by an Italian admiring your baby, don’t be surprised. Babies and toddlers are like candies to Italians. In this article I will help you get to the city center from the airport or train station and I will share with you my favorite outdoor and indoor spots, places that are kid-friendly and mom-pampering, including best restaurant, bars and shopping areas.
My girl and I in front of Santa Maria in Fiore Cathedral
Nursing and relaxing in front of Palazzo Pitti
View from Ponte alle Grazie, Florence
One of my biggest interests is discovering human nature and the drivers that lead us to live in our highest potential. I have been in 19 countries in Europe and Asia and believe that travelling helps us know ourselves more, and leads us to embrace diversity, to understand the richness it brings to our lives and the luck we have in being able to see things from different perspectives.
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