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Travel with Children: two days mother-and-daughter with the charme of Palazzo Montemartini

It tooks (almost) 6 years. Our first trip alone, a  mom-and-daughter trip, something intimate and special that we did to assist at a unique event not far from home: in Rome, together, just the two of us, as if it were a pajama-party a little special best-friends’ weekend.

When it comes to holidays with children many parents are a little scared: for some of them travel means relaxation and means no-children. Some time ago I told you my more than firm conviction on why travelling with children is important, why it should be done right from the start, why you should think of journey as an educational and formative moment, just like the school or other activities.Read More


A walk in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen and a green dinner at Väkst

“We were silent, tired, and happy, and it was pure hygge.”  ― Meik Wiking, the Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well

The Latin Quarter is one of the most interesting areas of Copenhagen. Its name is derived from Latin, synonymous with a place of study: in fact in this area you can find many young people and students, since the campus of the University of Copenhagen is right here. The Latin Quarter is famous for its meeting places, bars, cafès and restaurantes, alternative shops and 17th century architecture. Read More

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Mini Mode: London’s premiere kid’s fashion week debuts during London Fashion Week

Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kid’s Fashion Week made its mark on the UK fashion calendar, as it debuted during London Fashion Week at the Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street. Mini Mode provided a unique spotlight on kid’s fashion, showcasing both established and emerging childrenswear designers from around the globe.

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A weekend in London with children: The Arch London

Marylebone is the perfect zone if you want to spend a weekend in London with kids: it is a location that satisfies the whole family and has so much to offer at a distance of a walk. No stress for metro and taxi (but if you want to take them you have many stops in the area), no stress for where to eat/sleep or what to do.Read More


Winter in Tivoli in Copenhagen: the Magic of Lights

Discovering Copenhagen in winter means trying to understand its true DNA: visiting the beautiful Danish capital during the cool summers is certainly a relief and an escape from our Mediterranean heat… but if you really want to know the essence of Copenhagen, you should definitely visit it in winter. A perfect time is certainly Christmas, when the city comes alive with the Christmas spirit and is tinged with the colors of the markets. We chose the first days of February, when the cold is pungent, rain often becomes sleet, but you can feel the real hygge in cafès and restaurants where you can enjoy the soft lights and people always welcome you with a smile that warms your hands, feet and heart.  And you can visit the Tivoli Gardens in a new guise: Winter in Tivoli.

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What to see in Copenhagen: Østerbro and Souls

When you ask me what to see in Copenhagen, especially with children, I often tell you about Østerbro.

Østerbro is the Little Mermaid and the Kastellet, but not only: it is a neighborhood near the water, with a new park on the beach in Svanemøllen, and also one of the greenest areas of the city, Fælledparken – the largest public park of Denmark – with sports facilities, fields to play, tennis courts, skating areas, the National stadium and many dog areas.

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Children’s fashion from Spain: Pitti Bimbo 86

The fashion show Children’s Fashion from Spain is now a classic at Pitti Bimbo.
For the 86th edition, the seven Spanish brands – Barcarola, Boboli, Desigual, Foque, Mayoral, Tartaleta and Tuc Tuc – transformed the catwalk into a real school, where several groups of children showed their styles and their personalities. Read More


A weekend in Rome with kids in the city centre: Le Méridien Visconti Rome

If you want to know the emblematic places of Rome or if you want to walk with small children and stay near your hotel, Le Méridien Visconti Rome is simply perfect: it welcomes the traveller with a large hall, tastefully furnished in  modern style with touches of art and furnishings that hark back to the time of its construction: the mythical fifties.Read More