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1. Visit Europe's Fabulous Family Fun Parks this Summer
June 15, 2018

Travelling with the kids this summer and not sure what to do to make sure they’re entertained? Take them to a fun park – no family holiday is complete without it. The children will have a blast and when they’re having a good time, so are the parents. It can also be a great idea to invest in some family travel insurance before you go, so you can focus on making sure the little ones are having a good time and not worrying about what happens if they accidentally hurt themselves. Now, here’s a list of Europe’s very best and family-friendly fun parks. Picking Your Park • Disneyland, Paris... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Top Tips for Travelling in Europe with Children
June 15, 2018

For even the most experienced travellers, adding children into the mix can make it a whole new ballgame. You have to do a lot more preparation, budget much more carefully (thank God for cheap family travel insurance) and be far more aware of your surroundings once you’re actually abroad. These helpful tips and tricks will make all that planning a snap – and before you know it, you and your family will be enjoying a croissant in front of the Eiffel Tower. The Right Age Before taking your child abroad, it’s a good idea to consider whether or not it’s practical to do so. Lots of parents... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. The Croatian Resorts You Should Visit With Your Little Ones
March 29, 2018

Croatia is a stunning country with a wealth of history and culture to offer all visitors. In the summer is it a popular destination for families who enjoy playing on the beaches and exploring the country’s charming towns beneath the warm sun. There are a range of festivals, events and celebrations that take place across the country in the summer months meaning there is always something going on for a busy family. Today I am going to reveal the best resorts in Croatia for those travelling with children, featuring stunning hotels set in lovely family-friendly locations. Hotel Olympia ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Row Like a Venetian: Learn the Art of the Gondolier
July 17, 2017

Keeping children entertained on a family holiday is a never-ending challenge for parents, no matter how appealing the destination might be. With long days and short attention spans in the mix, the activities chosen need to achieve that delicate balance of being fun for the children while also being enjoyable for the parents. For those travelling to the magical Italian city of Venice, the answer is not blowing in the wind, it's floating on the canals… A ride in a gondola is one of the most iconic travel experiences you can have in Venice. Tours along the waterways provide a unique way to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. The Beauty of UK Staycations for Young Families
May 18, 2017

Sometimes the idea of travelling with young children can be enough to break even the savviest parent into a cold sweat. Luckily, the solution for avoiding this potentially massive disaster is right on our doorsteps! More and more families are opting for a UK staycation and the opportunity to rediscover the amazing beauty of their home country. The benefits of staying on home ground are numerous, with less expensive travel costs and family holiday insurance being just a few of the ways your wallet will thank you for this choice! Cater to the Here and Now Many parents feel immense pres... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Adorable and Affordable: 4 Family Adventures in Europe
May 18, 2017

Travelling with children can sometimes feel like a giant leap of faith. So many things need to go exactly according to plan for the holiday to work out and it only takes one or two ‘spanners in the works’ to completely throw it off kilter. The best approach is to play to the majority’s interests. Dragging children around stately homes and art galleries will generally end in tears (sometimes for the parents and the children!). Yet heading to a heavily themed, obnoxiously over-rated kid’s park may leave you needing a holiday to recover from your holiday! So head for the one universal intere... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. A Survival Guide for Travelling with Small Children
April 13, 2017

While it’s true that family holidays are the stuff that lifelong memories are made of, no parent is going to pretend that travelling with small children doesn’t involve a certain amount of stress. Thankfully there are a variety of precautions you can take to make sure your time away with your young children is everything you (and they) hoped for. Preparation, Preparation, Preparation You may be one of those people who spent your twenties backpacking around the globe, making up your route as you went, but you’re a parent now and, believe me, the best way to have a laid back time with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Nendaz: Superb Swiss Skiing for the Whole Family
March 13, 2017

Nendaz ski resort offers a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere, amazing off piste skiing and plenty of classes designed for every age and ability range. The resort’s child-friendly amenities and care facilities are superb and have earned the area a “Families Welcome” award and designation. Every feature at the resort is designed around keeping travelling with children easy and fun, from comfortable accommodation to no-headache ski transfers. Geneva airport is only a 2 hour scenic shuttle ride away making Nendaz an easily accessible family holiday destination that both parents and children will... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Top Picks: Family-Friendly Ski Resorts
March 13, 2017

Skiing is a truly family-friendly pursuit. The exhilaration and fun provided by playing in the snow together creates fast memories and a desire for more holidays that promote togetherness. However, travelling with children is usually accompanied by a fair number of headaches regardless of how well you organise the process. Consequently, it should be a relief to know that once you arrive it can be smooth sailing from accommodation to entertainment to no-stress ski transfers. Geneva airport is the portal to many family-friendly ski resorts, all of which consider the whole family’s comfort and in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Best Ski Resorts Closest to Geneva
February 27, 2017

Just because you have a young family doesn't mean you can't enjoy a ski holiday. "Are you kidding?" you may say. “You try travelling with children, skis and luggage on the trains, planes and automobiles you need to get to a ski resort." Well, it might not be as close to a seamless military manoeuvre as you might dream of, but the logistical miracle of a pulling off a family ski break without arriving in a foetal position with only half a head of hair left is possible. Read on to unlock the secrets of our success… Pick Your Battles By its very nature, a ski holiday is pretty specialis... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Staycation on the Islands Close to Home
February 23, 2017

family travel insurance. Besides offering great deals on travel insurance, Patrick also collects and shares the best free travel competitions to help his clients get the most out of their holidays. ">When you're planning the annual family holiday the world is your oyster... Well, up to a point – because not all holiday destinations are created equal when it comes to travelling with children. Why Not Stay Close to Home? Sitting on a plane for longer than a few hours is enough to frazzle the attention span of even the most patient youngster – not to mention fraying the nerves of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Rent a 15 passenger van Houston for an extended family trip
February 11, 2017

A trip with your family calls for a relaxed time where you should have nothing to worry about. When you plan a trip with your family, you must take special care to eliminate all worries. Family time should always be the most relaxed moments of your life and in order to spend some real quality time with your parents, spouse, siblings and children, the trip should be extremely well organized. Do not go for complicated break journeys when you are travelling with your entire family as that makes it hectic and leaves space for unnecessary worries. Choose easy and affordable suburban rentals and hav... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

13. How to choose the destination when travelling with a big family
February 01, 2017

For most of the folks there is not any other hobby more restful than making preparations for a journey, but when owning their own family the plan might be quite overpowering. Now, it is important to consider the needs and wants and requirements of each of the participants that will participate in you in the holiday break, and in case you may have children, you should think about them certain requirements. Then again, you may also remember the fact that a getaway vacation is the excellent moment in time for your household to bond and spend time together, so be patient and commence to program it... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

14. Top Tips for Christmas Travel
December 12, 2016

Travelling at Christmas time has its own unique nuances that aren’t usually a concern when travelling at other times of the year. Especially if you are trying to get around with children, it is best to create a comprehensive checklist ranging from worldwide travel insurance to shuttles and even entertainment for the little ones. It is always best to plan ahead and make an attempt at anticipating everyone’s needs while on holiday. To simplify this seemingly overwhelming task gather your thoughts, create a checklist and even set up reminders for the planning stages of your Christmas adventu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. The 3 Best Places to Travel Solo for Christmas
December 12, 2016

Christmas is a lovely time of year. However if the dream, complete with visions of sugar plums dancing through your head, quickly turns to the reality of hordes of random relatives, whiny children and choking down dry fruitcake, then perhaps it is time to get out of town. Although you may be travelling solo, you will not be alone, as there are many like-minded people who flee the madness of Christmas traditions and head off to warm sandy beaches or the thrill of the slopes. Once you are armed with worldwide travel insurance any destination is up for grabs, and your own personal season of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Le Grand Bornand: Geneva's Closest Ski Resort
November 28, 2016

Travelling with small children is up there as one of the most stressful prospects for parents, but this needn’t be the case! Flying to a nearby destination such as Geneva is a relatively short journey, especially given the complete change of scenery! When you’ve just gotten off a flight, the last thing you want to do then is make a long journey to your resort. Luckily, with Shuttle Direct, ski transfers from Geneva are short and efficient, making resorts such as Le Grand Bornand the ideal family holiday destination. On the Slopes Le Grand Bornand sits just 52km away from Genev... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Holidaying in Chamonix with Toddlers
September 07, 2016

Travelling with young children can be a challenge. With having to find enough family friendly activities to keep them occupied, the added cost and the lack of time to yourself, holidays take a very different shape when you become a parent. However, the secret to success is all about choosing the right destination. Chamonix, located in the heart of the French Alps, is heaving with options for young families. Famous as a ski resort, it is also a great choice in summer when prices drop, the snow melts and the sun shines on the stunning views of Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in Western Europe. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Reasons to Visit Croatia in September
July 25, 2016

When we think of booking holidays in Croatia, most of us will look at the summer season to plan our visit. For many people it makes sense to travel during the summer, especially when there are school-aged children to take into consideration. Understandably, parents want to take advantage of the summer break when planning a family trip. But anyone who has taken a trip to anywhere in Europe in the summer season soon realises that everyone else has had the same great idea of travelling then too! Restaurants, beaches and events are crowded and accommodations charge their highest rates while a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Split: An Ideal Family Holiday Destination
May 24, 2016

Safe, accessible, family friendly and with an absolutely beautiful landscape to boot, holidays to Croatia have always been among my top recommendations for anyone travelling with children. The lovely city of Split, on the Dalmatian Coast, is ideal for family holidays to Croatia – with just the right blend of beaches, fun activities and relatable historical attractions. Below are a few ideas to get you started on a foolproof child friendly itinerary that also promises to be fun for the parents as well. Non-Stop Beach Fun One of the primary attractions of most holidays to Croati... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Holidays to Croatia: A Family City Guide to Dubrovnik
May 24, 2016

I've long been a fan of family holidays to Croatia; this small but perfectly formed country has so much going for it in terms of history, culture, art…and plenty of the stuff children love as well! The medieval city of Dubrovnik is the ideal base if you're travelling with the family, with a wealth of attractions that are appealing to both children and adults. Whether your holidays to Croatia last a few days or a few weeks, these insider tips will give you a head start when planning a child-friendly itinerary. See, Do, Experience Walk the Walls: Dubrovnik's Old Town is at the he... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Top Family Friendly Hotels in Sicily
May 19, 2016

Sicily is one of those destinations that appeal to every demographic: luxury travellers, backpackers, singles, couples and, especially, families. With a wonderfully eclectic culture, a spectacular landscape and a fabulous year-round climate, what you find the most attractive is certainly a matter of personal taste. However, if you're travelling with young children, the one thing I can guarantee you'll find gratifying is the island's inclusive, child friendly accommodation. While there is a huge range from which to choose, here are a few of the best family friendly Sicily resorts and hote... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Best Child-Friendly Beaches in Bermuda
May 12, 2016

For anyone heading off on Bermuda holidays with the family, the prospect of spending a fair proportion of time enjoying the ubiquitous sun, sea and sand is no doubt high on the agenda. But if you're travelling with young children, while all the beaches here are, without question, some of the most beautiful in the world, not all of them are suitable for youngsters. The following ones are the 'best of the best' family-friendly beaches you'll be able to enjoy on your Bermuda holidays. Clearwater Beach Park If you're up for a little exploring, take the kids over to Cooper's Island... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Flying to Barcelona Airport with Children
March 21, 2016

Barcelona is a fabulous city to visit for a short weekend break, even when you have children in tow. If the thought of all the logistics involved in travelling with children, from the booking of your flights to Barcelona airport transfers, daunts you, heed our tips on getting to Barcelona Airport with kids. Before You Go There are certain things you should be aware of before you book a flight for your little ones. Most airlines have an excellent service for children, so make sure you are aware of what is on offer before you go. Children under two do not need to pay a full adult price... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. What Does the EHIC Entitle You To in Denmark?
February 10, 2016

Travelling with children is always a little more of a worry than when travelling alone so, even if you are travelling to an EU country that has reciprocal healthcare agreements with the UK, such as Denmark, adequate insurance is a must. Invest in a family travel policy and you can then relax in the knowledge that every member of your family is comprehensively covered should medical help be required. Denmark and The EHIC Denmark is a country that accepts the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) and if every member of your family has one, they are entitled to certain healthcare benef... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Best Adventure Trips for the Whole Family
December 01, 2015

These days, if you're travelling with children, there's really no need to spend your holiday in the kiddie pool! These five great travel adventures include activities for all ages and skill levels. If you're up for getting hooked on adventure, you can trek, paddle, cycle, swim, and ride with complete peace of mind if you make sure you get the correct family travel insurance policy—and some even offer free cover for children. Sea Kayaking in Glacier Bay, AK Take to the water to explore the icy grandeur of this National Park and preserve, where you can paddle into hidden coves, inlets,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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