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  • in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73702

    In Euope, Keep It Simple!

    your family will be much happier if you stay in fewer hotels, but more nights in each one. Easier for all ages and you may even get to know your neighborhood.

    posted by moderator

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73701

    We are looking into booking our flights soon, but need to decide how many nights to stay in each place and whether to keep it simple or try and fit in a little more.
    posted by husseycopper

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73700

    Hi guys!

    I wanna invite you to visit Poznan or Wroclaw in Poland. This city is full of surpirises..sorry.. dwarfs 😉 Yous should see it! If you decide to come by You should stay in Ikar Hotel

    posted by alexc

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73699

    Actually i travelled with this company once or twice too. I gotta say their services are quite good but i prefer not spening money on such stuff and travel myself. Much more fun

    posted by fanbrits

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73698

    We highly recommend Vienna – it is just wonderful city. It is like the whole world in one city – modern, history, tradition, students, high executives – all mixed together in this stunning city. Check out some of the tours on We did it last year, we are going there again in January !

    posted by geded

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73697

    I would also recommend Central Europe – Germany, Austria and Czech Republic. Great places to visit, they have a lot to offer. The best way to ecompas them all is a river cruise on some of the rivers that flow through these countries (like Danube, Rhine etc).

    posted by Stefan Bayer

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73696

    I would recommend you to visit The Baltic States. The Baltic States are three countries of Europe, with a long history and diverse culture between regions.

    posted by R.A.

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73695

    Looking forward to our Marian Pilgrimage later this year, we will visit Spain and Italy

    posted by noreenpalmer

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73694

    if you live at home with family and work full time and save most of your money, Europe will be within your means. I’ve been to Paris, and it’s quite expensive, and I imagine that Rome would be, too. So, start saving your money, because food, souvenirs, admission tickets, subway/taxi, etc. won’t be as cheap as you’d like. Save though, because it’s totally worth it. 🙂

    posted by Holten

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73693


    Europ is a great place to discover. I live in Germany and love going to Italy. When I go, I like to stay at a Belvita wellness hotel, for those are the best hotels in Italy. Reasonable prices, great wellness programm and high quality rooms. If you like to relax and really feel the Italian lifestyle, then you need to check out!

    posted by springs36

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73692

    hi friends, i’m new in this site.

    Europe is famed for its historic sights and world-class museums.

    I am very aware that we have Europe on our doorstep and I long for a trip like this with the family.

    10 perfect places for a family holiday in Europe.
    Kent, England, UK
    County Kerry, Ireland
    Black Forest, Germany
    Budapest, Hungary
    Vorarlberg, Austria
    Åland Archipelago, Finland
    Ibiza, Spain
    Normandy, France
    Skomer and Marloes Sands, Wales, UK
    Bohinj, Slovenia

    posted by Bruce Cordova

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73691

    fly cheap to europe

    It is always a fun to discover a new place. And in Europe, there’s so much to see on this continent. There are wonderful beaches, historical architecture, amazing wine, and wonderful people. A comprehensive budget planning is required for any of the new trips to Europe or any other country. One I will suggest is, “Fly cheap”.

    You can choose “Fly cheap”. Via – Peaktimetravels, Transavia, Easyjet, Wizz, and Ryanair.

    posted by PeakTimeTravels

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73690

    Well, it is hard to advice Ibiza as a fzmily-friendly location as it’s known for it’s endless parties and loud music festivals. However, there are still some places, where you caan enjoy beautiful landscapes and beaches without any noise. So, despite it’s bad fame, ibiza is still a good place for your family trip. Also, it is possible to hire a car in Ibiza for cheap (thanks to off-season discounts). For example, now (september 2016), you can find a car for just ~6 USD per day.

    posted by stankirchner

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73689

    I might regulate my kind of journey – taking a automobile and tent or campervan and staying on camping sites and cooking my possess meals. With this approach travelling in Europe turns into much more price range and for that reason loved ones pleasant. An extra option will also be renting vacation appartments or whole houses. The extra people, the extra economic this becomes. Southern Italy, Croatia, Hungary and Bulgaria are popular due to their common low cost of dwelling.

    posted by Pabol

    in reply to: Traveling in Europe with Family #73688

    apartment in barcelona

    Hi everyone,
    If you want to visit Barcelona this summer, which it is a fantastic idea according with all the culture, family and leisure offer that you can find in this mediterranean city, I recommend you to stay in a Barcelona luxury apartment called Mercedes Heritage rather than in a hotel because there you can enjoy of all commodities (the best of a house and the best of a hotel) and being in a very convenient location.

    posted by antonio novak

    in reply to: Top 10 US Family Destinations #73678

    I have traveled quite a bit and ranked my Top 10 US Destinations. These are the places that created some of the best memories for me.

    1. Walt Disney World – Orlando, Florida
    Disney World is a fantastic vacation for all family members. With 5 theme parks, 2 water parks, Downtown Disney
    and much more, there is something for everyone here. You will find all Disney parks are very clean, well laid out
    with lots of places to take a break for a meal. We have been many times and would go back again in a heartbeat –
    and our son is 14 now.

    2. Cruising – Caribbean or Alaska
    Cruises offer you one of the best vacation experiences for your money. My family loves cruising, mainly because
    you can travel to many ports-of-call but don’t have to unpack each time. Please see my Cruises and Cruising page
    for more information.

    3. Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming
    Yellowstone is the best national park my family has visited. The park is enormous but has some of the most
    beautiful scenery you will ever see. We saw lots of wildlife, including a black bear, which was exciting. My family
    actually camped here in our RV at Grizzly RV Park, but there are many hotel options. One of the nicest we saw
    was Old Faithful Inn located right next to the famous geiser.

    4. Hawaii
    Aloha!! Hawaii is a wonderful chain of islands that is geared for tourists. Each island is different from the next,
    with the active Kilaeua Volcano on the Big Island, the beaches on Oahu and Maui, and lush scenery on Kauai. Some
    of our favorite sites included walking near the Kilaeua Volcano, snorkeling at Molokini Crater off of Maui, and
    driving around the the beautiful Kauai.

    5. Washington DC
    Washington DC is an excellent family vacation destination. With all of the monuments, the US Capitol, the
    White House and of course the Smithsonian , there is lots to do here. Remember, all government buildings
    including all of the Smithsonian museums are completely FREE. TIP: If you want a tour of the White House or
    access to the Senate and US Congress gallaries, you need to book these in advance with the office of your
    Senator or member of Congress.

    6. Dude Ranches – Bandera, Texas
    City Slickers here we come. If you kids love the whole cowboy and horses scene then we recommend you consider
    a vacation at a dude ranch, also known as guest ranches. In Texas, there are several located in the Hill Country
    but there are ranches all over the USA including Colorado and Wyoming. Your days are filled with horseback
    riding, pitching horse shoes, trail rides, fishing and of course eating some wonderful country breakfasts and BBQ

    7. Destin, Florida
    Destin, Florida has probably the most beautiful beaches in the entire US mainland. We would compare these
    beaches to the likes of Bermuda and the Caribbean. Destin is a wonderful seaside town about 50 miles east of
    Pensacola, Florida. The sand is a brillant white color with clear blue water. There are lots of hotels, condos and
    several campground to choose from here.

    8. Hershey, Pennsylvania
    Where better to take your kids to than Hershey, Pennsylvania. This is a small town east of Harrisburg that offers
    some wonderful vacation options. The town itself is decorated with candy kiss light poles and you can smell
    chocolate in the air all over town. There is an amusement park called Hershey Park. While in Hershey you should
    also consider visiting Amish Country in Lancaster County.

    9. Boston, Massachusetts
    If your family are history buffs then you must head to Boston. Boston has some excellent museums like the
    Museum of Science which has 500 hands-on exhibits and the Boston’s Children’s Museum. You can also take the
    Freedom Trail or visit Faneuil Hall which both offer a view of Boston’s history. Oh, and don’t forget to eat some
    clam chowder… its to die for.

    10. Seattle, Washington
    You may not think it, but Seattle is a great city to take a family. The downtown area is beautiful and offers some
    excellent sites like Pike Place Market, the Space Needle and an underground tour showing the city from below.
    And don’t forget there are tours of the Boeing Everett Factory and the Microsoft Campus.

    Have A Great Vacation!!

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    in reply to: Top 10 US Family Destinations #73677


    You sound like you like cooler weather destinations. I’m sure everyone could pick a different top 10. Our list was based on the family experience we had at the location. Of the hundreds of places we visited these are the ones we remember most. We also asked my son, who is 14 now, to give us his take on the stops.

    I agree with you on Denver. My wife is not much for skiing so we’ve only been a few times. Give me more info on what you like about Denver and what places you visited there. I would love to hear them.

    Happy Travels…

    posted by SmarterTraveler

    in reply to: Top 10 US Family Destinations #73676

    IMO, Yellowstone National park is better for kids and family. It was the first national park on earth which is identified for its diverse wildlife and geothermal features like Old authentic Geyser.
    Yellowstone National Park offers plenty of activities for families like bubbling geothermal mudpots, nature walks, backcountry treks, canoeing camping and picnicking.
    I’d also like to recommend travelers to take a tour toward Shenandoah National Park which is located in Luray, VA, USA. This park is ideal for all types of visitors like with family, friends and girl friend as well. So visiting there and make your tour unforgettable.

    posted by JohnWilson

    in reply to: Top 10 US Family Destinations #73675

    Well the houseboat rental that valperea talks about is really fun, and you can do it all year long.

    Think of it as houseboating in Lake Powell, though, which you can reach from Utah or Arizona. Glen Canyon is the most beautiful part of the lake in terms of scenery, and there are lots of boat rental companies — some offering discounts if booked by the end of this month… and they can help you package the vacation so you might not need a travel agent.

    Safe there, safe home!


    posted by todobigo

    in reply to: Top 10 US Family Destinations #73674

    Those were some excellent choices. I would agree on most of them. how old are your children? mine is just 7 and i feel some of those would be best till he is a bit older.

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