Next week, the world of childrenswear meets in Florence, Italy at Pitti Bimbo 88 where we’ll get a complete overview of the latest children’s fashions and a presentation of the new lifestyle trends for kids! As we pack our bags for just a quick trip for this extraordinary fair, we couldn’t help but think about how lovely it would be to visit with the family!
Jet Set is where we discover destinations with family-friendly accommodations and design a what to pack style guide for smart and easy travel. From unique locations, luggage-ready garb and helpful travel tips, we’ll guide you through your next family getaway with ease.
Where to Stay
This time, we scouted Italy through the online travel resource, Kid & Coe. With a database full of kid-ready properties to swap, list and book around the world with other like-minded families, the ultimate (and effortless) family vacation is only a few clicks away.
Save on a peaceful family getaway in Tuscany, Italy
The Viaggio Villa Residence in Tuscany, Italy (From €115 – €279 PER NIGHT) Sleeps 6 plus a baby. The sensational 1st-floor apartment is part of an estate focusing on family travel. The apartment is set up for kids with colourful bedroom, bunk beds, a crib and has plenty of space to play inside and outside.
Set among the villages, vineyards and golden hills of Tuscany, parents will love that there is no shortage of amenities to occupy the family, like a tennis court, swimming pools, playground. There is also a restaurant on site and a bakery that delivers bread and pastries each morning, not to mention an incredible view.
Splurge on a vacation in the Umbrian hills.
The Piegaro Residence in Umbria, Italy (from €500 – €1,022 PER NIGHT) sleeps 12 plus three babies. This stunning 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom country house, dating back to the 16th century, is child-friendly a villa with a heated pool, separate heated toddler pool and is surrounded by woodlands in the Umbrian hillside.
The space has everything family travelers need, combined with design-led interior features bursting with authentic Italian flair and spaces that parents and children will both love.
Kids will love swimming in the beautiful pools, surrounded by woods and gardens where kids can run and play. An indoor playroom is truly unique with a soft play area, trampoline and ball pit. Parents will enjoy a massive first-floor master bedroom, super king size bed, and open space bathtub and appreciate maid service that will clean the home twice a week.
What to Wear
Do you SAVE on their Italian wardrobe…
or, SPLURGE on designer threads.
We can’t wait to report on all that is new for kids fashion in 2019! But, in the meantime, which Italian vacation destination & wardrobe combo would you pick?