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Family friendly holidays in the Lot region – France

April 2, 2015 | by Mark Bishop

Lot in south-west France offers a broad array of sights and activities for intrepid families looking for an adventurous holiday abroad. The region features beautiful landscapes, ancient caves, enchanting forests, magical castles and ruins set near idyllic towns and villages.... Read the rest


How to Entertain Kids on Long Flight

January 21, 2015 | by Lisa Coffey

Most parents start to stress as soon as they even think about taking their children on a long flight. However, with many families needing to visit relatives around the world or wanting to introduce kids to the cultural insights of... Read the rest


Child-friendly museums in Paris

September 26, 2012 | by Daniela

Paris, the romantic capital of the world, has something to offer families traveling with children too! The city’s gardens, the many child-friendly hotels, fun pic-nics in the park… even kids can have a good time in Paris. Moreover, there are... Read the rest


Alpenzoo, the Highest Zoo in Europe

April 23, 2012 | by Daniela

With around 300 000 visitors every year, the Alpenzoo – high over the roofs of Innsbruck – is the largest cultural institution in the country of Tyrol. As the name (and location) suggests, this zoo specialises in Alpine creatures, and... Read the rest


Cornwall in Bloom: Glendurgan Garden

April 16, 2012 | by Francy

If you are visiting Cornwall this spring, there’s one place you shouldn’t miss. Glendurgan Garden is in a valley leading down to the Helford River near Falmouth on the south coast of the county. This is a superb subtropical garden,... Read the rest


A Symbol for the City: The London Eye

April 3, 2012 | by Francy

Every major city needs a unique architectural symbol: Paris has the Eiffel Tower, New York has the Statue of Liberty, Berlin has the Fernsehturm. London has a few candidates, such as Big Ben or the Tower Bridge, but these are... Read the rest



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