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Mum & Baby Groups, Activities & Services in Tuscany

Fun toddler activities will make it a joy when seeking out mum & baby groups in Tuscany and Florence. The renaissance city and the surrounding areas are home to several wonderful bilingual preschools and international nurseries to ensure little ones are exposed to different languages from the get go. 

 

There are numerous independent boutiques selling nursery furniture, stylish maternity clothing and baby accessories. There are also multiple rental companies hiring cots, pushchairs and equipment for babies and toddlers in Florence and Tuscany.

 

English speaking mother and baby groups in Florence are a great way for new mothers to make friends and socialise with other international families while their babies play together, and the many playgroups in the city are a great way to meet fellow pregnant expat mums.

 

These are some of the best things to do with babies and toddlers in Tuscany & Umbria, as recommended by our community of local parents. If you have a recommendation for mum & baby groups is Tuscany and Florence please get in touch via email info@mumabroad.com

Perugia and Umbria boast numerous excellent services for babies and toddlers, with plentiful baby-friendly spaces, restaurants and activities for babies and toddlers in Perugia, Orvieto and the surrounding region. 

 

Several international and local non-profit associations operate in Umbria, providing assistance and support to new parents with babies and toddlers. There is a wonderful wellbeing centre for expectant mothers, promoting positive parenting, that hosts prenatal classes, baby and child massage courses, movement classes for pregnant expat mums and more. 

 

There is a popular cultural centre in Orvieto offering language, arts, film, cultural and yoga classes and other activities for babies and children of different ages plus workshops and support groups for parents. The local swimming and fitness club offers swimming classes for babies and toddlers from 0-3 years.

 

There are also a number of independent baby and children’s boutiques in the region’s main towns, selling  maternity clothes, nursery equipment, pushchairs and everything parents with babies and young children might need. 

 

These are some of the best things to do with babies and toddlers in Tuscany & Umbria, as recommended by our community of local parents. If you have a recommendation for this section please get in touch via email info@mumabroad.com

THINGS TO DO IN TUSCANY & UMBRIA WITH BABIES & TODDLERS
SERVICES FOR BABIES & TODDLERS

Farmacia Bondi, Trestina

Farmacia Bondi, Trestina

A pharmacy which also sells baby products, make up, gluten free foods and you can also book USL hospital appointments. It has a ticket queuing system when you go in, press either : A – counter or B – to make appointments and then wait ...
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Centre VIVA, Orvieto

Centre VIVA, Orvieto

Centre VIVA Orvieto is a project of the VIVA Italian-German Cultural Association and offers language, arts, film, cultural and yoga classes and other activities for children plus assistance and support groups for parents. Visit the website for ...
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Baby Swimming, various locations

Baby Swimming, various locations

Azzurra swimming and fitness club offer swimming classes for babies and toddlers from 0-3 years. A recreational and educational experience for both parents and children. Baby swimming is currently available at the following pools but please check ...
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Firenze Moms 4 Moms Network

Firenze Moms 4 Moms Network

Firenze Moms 4 Moms Network was founded in 2004, by American Mom Kimberly Vanzi, to assist Expat English Speaking mothers in Florence and Tuscany. Today, they are a network of 1106 followers (Blog, Twitter, Member database, & Facebook), have a ...
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Children’s Lending Library

Children’s Lending Library

Originally founded in 1973 to cater to the children of the English-speaking community, today the Library’s resources of books, videos and DVDs in English are utilized by the Florence community as well.  The Library also holds a children’s party at ...
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Biblioteca della Oblate

Biblioteca della Oblate

A fabulous library opened in 2007, it has an excellent range of Italian books for children and a rather limited number of English books. They have cultural activities for children of all ages. They also have sessions for mums, grandparents, carers ...
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Paperback Exchange Anglo-American Bookshop

Paperback Exchange Anglo-American Bookshop

What was a small family business, founded in 1979, has flourished and through the years has gained a reputation as one of the most important independent English-language bookshops in Italy. They have a good selection of children’s books. ...
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Città del Sole

Città del Sole

At Città del sole there are only creative toys that they have been specifically designed for different stages of growth to stimulate your child’s creativity through experience, imagination, curiosity and discovery. The name was inspired by ...
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Bartolucci

Bartolucci

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 ...
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Ludoteca La Carrozza di Hans

Ludoteca La Carrozza di Hans

The Ludoteca is located inside the new Civic Centre in Florence. It is a space for children and young people aged 0 to 14 and their parents. The rooms are divided by age: for children up to 5 years there is a room for movement, full of cushions and ...
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