Paris Accommodation for Families Looking for a Family Hotel in Paris but struggling to find hotels in Paris City Centre that don’t break the budget? Try the Novotel Paris les Halles Hotel in the historical center of Paris. It’s smack bang in the centre of the action, minutes away from all the sights […]
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Looking for SUPER DOOPER FUN ideas & activities for family travel in Europe with Kids? This is the place.
Travelling around Europe with kids is the best way to make history come to life.
Visit the Big Sites - the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, the Louvre, Sagrada Familia, the Eiffel Tower, The Acropolis of Athens, and Venice canals of course, but don't miss the places where local families go.
Our best tips for travelling Europe with kids?
Find the local magazines, and look for the local playgrounds. These two sources are the best real life opportunities for insider tips on where to take your kids in Europe.
We always check to see if there's a children's museum in the city, or any dedicated children's galleries at the bigger museums.
We also search local facebook groups to find events and things that will be happening during our visit.
If you are visiting Europe with kids, Roam the Gnome Family Travel Blog will help save you time, stress & money when planning to BOOK YOUR NEXT TRIP!
Destination: Europe with Kids
Europe with kids should be on your bucket list. Plan a stay for as long as you can but ideally at least four weeks.
Look out for the free stuff - there's always at least one day a month where you can enter museums and art galleries for free.
We LOVE free entry - saving our dollars on entry tickets means we have more to try the local food, pick up the odd souvenir, and buy the big-ticket experience such as the Gladiator Training Tour we did a few years ago.
(Up there as one of the BEST things we've ever done.)
Europe with kids is awesome.
Holidaying in Europe with Kids
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London (not technically Europe, but close enough)
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