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What to buy kids for Christmas?

Tick! Tock! Tick! Tock! Hello everyone, The clock is ticking and Christmas Eve is just around the corner. Have you gotten your loved ones something special? What about the younger members of your family? Have they been held into account as well, or did they just get the usual mainstream gift that they probably received […]

What to do in Barcelona with kids over the Christmas holidays?

Barcelona is the stylish, vibrant and young city by the Mediterranean sea that everyone’s talking about! From murals in the buzzing streets of the old town to parks and museums crawling with young adults — Barcelona has so much to offer! Its art and history, unique architecture, hip shops, colorful festivals, and beachside vibe tick […]

The best 8 Christmas destinations for families in Europe

Europe is such an incredibly diverse continent, boasting a range of amazing countries. Some may argue that Europe truly blooms in the spring and summer because of the warmer weather and the more outdoorsy nature of daily life. However, Christmas is when you can experience authentic local cultures and traditions of each country…and there is […]

Why a Christmas in Rome could be the best gift you ever give your kids

Wouldn’t it be incredible to spend your Christmas break in a city celebrating this beautiful season like no other? From it’s colorful Christmas markets to the amazing light displays illuminating its ancient monuments, Rome is definitely one of the greatest cities in Europe to get those happy jingle feels going. There’s just something in the air that makes […]

6 REASONS WHY ATHENS IS A GREAT CITY FOR FAMILIES WITH KIDS AND TEENS

Things to Do with Kids in Athens Athens is a fascinating place to go on a family vacation, but travelling with younger kids and teens can be tricky at times, especially when it comes to finding a balance between things to see and doing fun enough things for everyone. From adrenaline-fuelled excursions and mind-expanding cultural […]

EVERYTHING TO KNOW FOR THE PERFECT FAMILY GETAWAY TO DUBLIN

There are many questions that could come up when you start to consider taking your family on a holiday to Dublin. Where to go? When to go? How to get around? Of course, no matter how much you read up on your destination, you will not be able to plan everything ahead of time and […]

THINKING ABOUT A SAILING TRIP IN GREECE? HERE ARE SOME GREAT TIPS!

Sailing In Greece The Greek archipelago is an incredible playground for both amateur and experienced sailors. Its numerous secret coves and beaches only accessible by boat. Additionally, you can use your yacht as a floating base for many other fun activities, like fishing, diving and windsurfing. Then, once you start getting tired of the sea […]

TAKING THE KIDS ON A SAILING HOLIDAY IN CROATIA

Sailing In Croatia Featuring an incredible coastline, 2,000 rocky islands, islets and reefs, crystal clear waters and splendid coves, Croatia attracts an increasing numbers of families for sailing vacations every year. The coastline is relatively unspoiled by mass tourism. It feels a little like being at the French Riviera in the 50s or 60s. Where […]

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THE BEST WAYS TO ENGAGE THE KIDS WHILE VISITING TO LONDON

Things To Do In London With Kids There is so much to do in London with children that no list could possibly ever include all of them! It is such a big city and it harbors so many gems for families with children! Most families end up doing the more “traditional” London itinerary. Visiting dozens […]

DOES ITALY CLOSE DOWN IN AUGUST? WHAT HAPPENS ON FERRAGOSTO?

Ferragosto – Where does this tradition come from? The word “ferragosto” derived from the name of the festivals that the Emperor Augustus introduced in the Roman Empire in 18 BCE, called Feriae Augusti. The purpose of this festival was to create a prolonged period of rest for the workforce after the first major harvest that happened […]