Umbria for Children – fun places to visit
Umbria is perfect for families looking for a fun and relaxing break. There are plenty of places to go on unforgettable family days out, and attractions in Perugia, Terni and Orvieto that the children will love. From theme parks and waterfall rafting to art camps and chocolate museum, there’s a lot to keep your kids occupied on a holiday to Umbria.
After an action packed day of adventures or exploring a medieval hilltop town, you can head back to your very own private villa. The children can make themselves at home and play in the garden whilst you unwind and take in the amazing views.
We have a wide range of family villas that have all the facilities you need for a stress free break with your children. See below for some of Umbrias’s best family friendly attractions.
Umbria for Children
Arte al Sole
Arte al Sole organises art camps and cultural activities for kids in Italy, with unique week-long day camps in English located in family-friendly locations in Tuscany and Umbria during the spring and summer. Art and Sport camp in Umbria offers a week of soccer, art, and language in the countryside near lake Trasimeno. The Arte al Sole experience provides children with a chance to engage with an international community of friends and learn about Italy's rich cultural heritage on their own level. In addition to art camps, private kids workshops are offered year-round in Florence, & Lucca.Read more
Marmore Falls Terni Umbria
The Marmore Falls are the highest in Europe and are less than an hours drive from Rome. The Falls are surrounded by lush vegetation which gives the area a beautiful tropical-like setting. Rafting Marmore have been operating for 10 years and have guided thousands of rafters from all over the world down the 3 kilometredescent from the Marmore Falls along the Nera River in Umbria. The trip lasts approximately one hour and each raft can take six people and the licensed guide.
To take part in the rafting there are no particular skills required but you must be a good swimmer and in good health (see website for medical/health restriction details). Participants must be between the ages of 16-55 - an adult must accompany children from 16-18. All the instruction and practice takes place before you begin your descent and full equipment - waterproofs, helmets and lifejackets - is provided.
Location: Papigno - Terni
Opening Dates: The center is open all Saturdays and Sundays from march 15th to October 31st, and every day in July, August, and September.
Tel: 0039 330 753420 – 0039 337 729154
Experience an official tuscany tour with
Florence City Center Gourmet Tour
A walking tour through the city center which will focus on typical dishes and which will include stops along the way for different tastings.from 32,05 US Dollar
Skip the Line: Vatican City Day Trip from Florence by High-Speed Train
Swap the sights of Florence for Vatican City on a day trip by high-speed train. After traveling to the capital, meet a local guide for a skip-the-line tour of the Vatican Museums and St Peter’s Basilica, two UNESCO World Heritage sites that many believe to be the holiest spots in Christendom. Learn about its impressive trove of art, including Michelangelo’s ‘Creation of Adam,’ and visit the Sistine Chapel and Museo Pio-Clementino among other highlights. In the afternoon, make use of a metro ticket to explore and discover Trastevere, the Trevi Fountain and more.from 187,88 US Dollar
Brunello Vineyards Bus Tour
Enjoy a 3-hour tour through the wonderful Tuscan hills and old historical farm houses, hamlets, and castles to explore Brunello wine country. Sample wine at two wineries.from 77,36 US Dollar
Siena Wine Tasting School Experience
If you want to learn more about Tuscany's wines, join us for the extremely interesting afternoon wine tasting session and taste the typical wines from the most famous regions around Tuscany.
This class requires no background knowledge of Italian wines, only a bit of thirst.