Whether you’ve read Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love or watched the movie adaptation starring Julia Roberts, nothing beats the heroine’s transformation through travel — and a hefty dose of yoga! At an ashram in India, she gains new insights about herself, the world around her, and (cliches aside) the meaning of life. Fortunately, you can […]
Whether you want to add a thrill to family travel plans already in the works or you’re looking to plan something new, incorporating haunted history is a great idea. It brings your destination’s heritage to life. And even kids and teens who roll their eyes at lessons from the past will be engaged and entertained by these thrilling explorations. Keep reading to see which haunted history tours are right for your family.
From the streets and shops that inspired J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series in London to the eclectic bookshops of Buenos Aires and Tokyo, your family will never run out of fantastic spots to excite a lifelong love of reading when you head to the best cities for book lovers. Get ready for plenty of fun (and reading) to be had by all! Here’s our list of top choices.
Family travel is the ideal way to see some of the world’s most extraordinary art, whether it’s the masterpieces of the Renaissance in Italy or Anime and Manga studios in Japan. The vibrant murals of Peru and Argentina will call others, while France remains a solid option, especially for those interested in the masterworks of the Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and beyond. Keep reading for five kid-friendly vacations for art lovers.
When it comes to things to do in Paris with teens, you’ll find an endless array of potential activities. Some monuments and destinations are must-sees. They include icons like the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysées, and the Paris Catacombs. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting the “City of Lights” with older kids.
Southern France with kids comes with countless opportunities to get back to nature while soaking up the local culture, from delicious country cuisine to fine wines and marvelous masterpieces by some of the world’s most famed artists. But don’t stop there! You’ll also want to step back in time to learn about Southern France’s Roman past or head to Les Baux de Provence to get your fill of medieval architecture. Here are 6 travel ideas to help you start planning your trip.
There are countless things to do in Paris with kids, from savoring world-famous Maison Berthillon ice cream on the Île Saint-Louis to pony rides and puppet theaters at the Jardin du Luxembourg. Here’s our perfect 7-day Paris for families itinerary to get you started.