Naar inhoud


Je winkelwagen is leeg

La Dolce Vita

Travel guide - venice with kids

Feb 2, 2024

Venice, a mesmerizing city in northeastern Italy and a timeless masterpiece. It effortlessly blends history, art, and romance, offering the perfect inspiration for our swim short print ‘Venice’. Venice is a beautiful city full of hidden gems waiting to be discovered, and even more fun being accompanied by your kids.

Where to eat in Venice

San Marco

Nestled at the heart of Venice is San Marco Square, beautifully capturing the unique character of the city. Here, you'll find Caffè Florian, an iconic classic that can't be missed.

Where to eat in Venice

Rooftop: Hotel Danieli

The views over de grand canal are breathtaking. Although this place isn't designed especially for kids - it's an amazing experience for them as well, with watching boats passing by and enjoying the sunset.

Where to eat in Venice

Gelateria Nico

You can’t go wrong with a good gelato in Italy. Gelateria Nico has the Venetian specialty Gianduiotto: a rectangle of chocolate hazelnut gelato in a cup filled with whipped cream.

Where to eat in Venice

Osteria Il Milion (Corte Del Milion 5841)

Osteria Il Milion (Corte Del Milion 5841) claims to be Venice’s oldest tavern-style restaurant, with traditional dishes and a casual atmosphere. Great service and even better food ;)

Where to stay in Venice

Cipriani, a Belmond Hotel 

Ideal for families with kids, this hotel is located in a quiet part of the city and has boasts a lovely garden and pool area. Located in Giudecca, just across from Doge's Palace, with stunning views. They also provide a private shuttle boat is available to transport you to Saint Mark's Basilica.

Where to stay in Venice

The Gritti Palace

One of the best hotels in Venice. This 5-star hotel, complete with a spa for some mommy time off, is located near Saint Mark’s Basilica and has amazing views.

Where to play in Venice

Lido de Venezia

If you’re visiting Venice with kids, make sure to visit to the island of Lido! One big beach, perfect for endless family fun. Lido's beaches are predominantly private, filled with amazing beachfront hotels, and at the top of the list there is the popular Excelsior Hotel.

Even though the beach isn't one of the first things you'd think of when visiting venice, it's a absolute must for soaking up the sun and unforgettable moments with the kids!

Where to eat in Venice

Blue Lagoon

For a casual dinner, beach bar at Blue Lagoon in Lido is the perfect place. This restaurants offers a casual setting where you can enjoy burgers, piadine, chicken nuggets, lasagna, and more. What's even better? Kids can have a the best time playing in the sand right under the tables.

Where to eat in Venice

Al Cavaliere

Another great spot and must visit in Lido, located on the main street, is Al Cavaliere. Where gluten-free pizza and pasta are on the menu, plus a bonus playground in the backyard!