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St. George's British International School builds on its status as a leading British International School, providing the highest quality education in a stimulating learning, teaching and nurturing environment to ensure that each and every child develops his or her full potential and becomes a responsible global citizen. The Junior School...

Established in 1947, the American Overseas School of Rome has a long tradition of providing a rigorous and well-rounded American international education to Pre-K through Grade 12 students. AOSR is made up of about 600 students with approximately one third from the United States, one third from Italy, and the...

A professional babysitting agency based in Florence. They specialise in providing English speaking and multilingual babysitters and holiday nannies for tourists visiting Florence and Tuscany and Rome and for the diverse expat community. They are fully insured and all of their babysitters are experienced and have been thoroughly vetted and hand-picked for their...

Torre Alfina, a hamlet of Acquapendente, north of Viterbo, is located in a strip of land between Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, it is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. Torre Alfina is famous for its magnificent medieval castle and characteristic brown stone village houses. ...

The Bartolucci family name has been linked to woodwork since 1936. Francesco continues the family tradition today making hand crafted toys. Bartolucci has become a modern and dynamic Company, which continues to work in a traditional way, but has combined with the latest technological innovations enabling them to produce good in large quantities. They have shops in...

L'armadio di Oliver is a pre-loved children's clothes shop 0-10 yrs old, in the heart of Rome in the Monti neighbourhood. A selection of clothes mainly French and Danish brands. Also some furniture and baby accessories available. Open Tuesday to Saturday 11am - 7pm. ...