We all have missed traveling, and this year it seems everyone is back on board to start traveling—or even perhaps, planning that long-awaited European vacation! This summer, I decided to bite the bullet and took the much anticipated trip with my family to Europe to show my teens Germany, which my husband and I visited
"Whether you’ve been to London before, or it’s your first time across the pond, this city has so much to offer travelers."
Oh, la la! Paris is known as the city of love. A city that is one of my personal favorites. One can agree that you can always find and experience something new with every visit to the “City of Love.” My memorable experiences always start at the Hilton Paris Opera, which is an unforgettable experience
From ages 0-99, anyone can take a trip back in time with all the perks of modern-day amenities: A real castle with over 350 acres of pristine landscape, including one of Ireland’s largest bodies of water, The Lodge at Ashford Castle is something out of a storybook. The 64 beautiful suites come with private balconies overlooking the lake or
Who doesn’t love the beach? The swift, blowing winds take the tension and worry away from you. The luring sunrises and sunsets present elegant and mesmerizing scenes. Beaches are probably the most visited places during the summer in many countries. Many families visit the beach to enjoy the summer holidays. The children play for hours
Like many large cities, Amsterdam has plenty of things to see and do that are geared towards families. Spend a few days exploring, throw in a long weekend in Belgium’s nearby Bruges, and you’ve got the makings for a great family vacation.
Iceland is one of the most beautiful places in the world, with many natural wonders that are sure to thrill all visitors. When planning your next trip, consider making Iceland your preferred destination.
Traveling to Europe with younger children can be challenging, no matter how well adjusted or behaved your pint-sized explorers are. It becomes especially challenging when the destination you’re visiting is a bustling city filled with historical sites and museums. This is one reason Málaga, Spain, the country’s fifth-most populated city, is worth a closer look.