Wednesday 26 September 2012
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 also dozens of museums offering regular kids’ activities as well as permanent collections that enthrall little and big minds alike.
Thursday 19 April 2012
London is so overwhelming that when you are there you often forget about everywhere else! However, most of you will probably get back, and back again to England, several times in a lifetime, so one of these times, don’t “forget” to head towards one of England’s major landmarks, and one of the world’s most beloved and discussed mysteries: Stonehenge.
Monday 16 April 2012
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, with special interest for families.
Tuesday 28 February 2012
People all over the world have been captivated by the Harry Potter films for nearly a decade. Now, finally, for the very first time Warner Bros Studio. Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter will open its doors to visitors, from 31st March 2012. It promises to be a fantastic day out for the whole family on a London break.
Wednesday 22 February 2012
In recent years, spas have become the holiday hotspot par excellence. Although many spas around the world only allow adults in, we would like to choose one country – the UK, to be precise – and introduce you to some hotels and spas which, on the contrary, positively welcome your children too!
Monday 5 December 2011
Norway, sitting near the Arctic Circle, has the longest and darkest winters in Europe. Historically, Norwegians considered what they called Lussinatten the longest night of the year. From that night until Christmas, spirits, gnomes and trolls roamed the earth and no work was to be done. In ancient times, the celebrations of Saint Lucy’s Day announced to the demons of winter that their reign was broken, that the sun would return again and the days would become longer
Friday 11 November 2011
Innsbruck is surrounded by nine ski resorts and hiking trails, which invite everyone to an exciting journey in the mountains. All areas are easily accessible by cable car and chair-lifts, they welcome visitors with hospitable specially equipped restaurants and huts, and provide sportsmen with excellent runs and snowboarding slopes. There are areas around Innsbruck, which will make your holiday with the whole family particularly pleasant and amusing.