Vacationing in Europe is not for adults only, no matter what many people believe about the difficulty of getting children across an ocean. If you’re willing to look around, there are plenty of kid-friendly vacation options – surprisingly, they even have kids of their own there and have made an effort to keep them happy and healthy. Below are some great places for families, but in the end, wherever you dream of going, you can find a way to enjoy it with your family if you are willing to put in a little extra research
Can a person stay in one city and still have an extraordinary travelling experience? The answer is yes if that person has Athens, Greece as his or her destination. Whether spending a day or a week, there are many sites to see throughout this ancient city.
In general, Europe is an expensive and crowded place to travel, putting a lot of strain on your wallet and your patience. What many people don’t realize, however, are the great deals they can get by traveling to some of the lesser-known eastern European countries. Many of these places rival the best-known Western European destinations in beauty and history but are dramatically lower priced.
Europe is a great vacation destination, because once you’re on mainland Europe, it’s easy to travel around. The borders are open, and the Euro is the main currency in many countries, so you don’t have the hassle of changing money every time you cross a border. The continent is diverse, with enough variations in climate, scenery and attractions to satisfy the requirements of the most discerning holidaymaker. If you like the bustle, sights and sounds of city life, these are some of the best cities to visit in Europe.
AD | Gifted meal When in a new city it can be hard to decide where to go for a nice sit down meal, especially as a family. If you’re considering visiting Ghent though, Uilenspiegel should be at the top of your list!
Just before the Easter holidays chicken pox had been doing the rounds at Erin’s school. A couple of days before we were due to go to Haven a spot appeared. We couldn’t risk Erin being infectious so we made the decision to cancel. As sad as it was, we were able to get a full refund so decided to put it towards another adventure, towards planning a trip to Belgium by train.
A couple of days ago you may have read my post about Disneyland Paris and how we can’t decide about holidays for just before Erin starts school in 2020. Disneyland Paris has such a large cost attached to it so we have to consider other places as well. Balearic Islands Earlier this year we went to Puerto de Pollensa in Majorca and absolutely loved it. We went in April and the weather was close to perfect and there was so much for Erin to do. We loved how child friendly the area was and also