Florence • Lucca • Rome • Umbria
It’s not too late to have the summer of a lifetime in Italy!

Summer 2018 saw two new programs for Arte al Sole families — bringing the myths & legends of Ancient Rome and Sicily to life, along with our themed programs in cities across Italy. This year, we’re offering more opportunities for families to enjoy Italy even more…and get more out of your travels. With Day Camps planned in Tuscany, Umbria and Rome, from Art to Soccer to City or Country exploration, there is something for everyone.
A few highlights from this past summer:

Families took a tour of the Etruscan Museum near Lake Trasimeno, the site of our Umbria Camp near Lake Trasimeno and a stone’s throw from Cortona, Perugia, Assisi and Montepulciano. One evening was spent racing after the Prince’s dogs in search of luscious truffles across the Umbrian hilltops.
In Rome, kids ventured to the Campidoglio – the Capitol Hill – and down the Appian Way to hear the stories, myths and legends surrounding the water that made Ancient Rome under the guidance of our Lead Docent, Lisa – whose own watercolor artworks are inspired by the many myths of the ancient world.
In Florence, kids worked on fashioning their very own Family coat-of-arms, and a reworking of Ghiberti’s bronze doors and Galileo’s solar system while exploring the city streets, cooking with a Master Chef, and visiting museums featuring the Renaissance masters and their patrons.
Lucca kids worked on their own stories of medieval times, through puppeteering, mosaic works and knights of the middle ages.
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Full Camp Roster now – NEW DATES! FOR UMBRIA SOCCER AL SOLE

and HALF-DAY OPTIONS FOR FAMILIES IN ROME! Got older kids? We’d love to have them as our apprentices – learning and helping the younger ones get ahead!

Or visitItaliaKids.comorsimply drop us a line! We would love help plan your summer of a lifetime…in Italy.
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Got older kids? Try ourLife Skills & Learning program in the Dolomites 28 July to 4 August 2019!