Travelling with kids can be tough, jet lag, hours on the road and early starts make for a less than perfect start to any holiday. We recently booked a flight from Gatwick at 6am, so instead of waking up super early or just not bothering to sleep at all, we spent the night at the
Greece is a brilliant place to visit with kids. It’s just a 3 hour flight from the UK, amazing food, sandy beaches and glorious weather from May to October. The Islands are often the big draw but the mainland is equally as stunning. We headed to Halkidiki where we stayed on the Sithonia Peninsula at
Greece is high on many peoples bucket list for so many reasons, the sunshine, the white sandy beaches, the white washed villages but the food is also a huge draw. We loved our recent family holiday to Halkidiki and came back heavier but a lot happier! I’m no food blogger but the amazing meals we
Greece is becoming a bit of a haven for European travel bloggers, the food is amazing, the islands are 100% instagramable and the accommodation covers all basis from 5 star luxury to local homestays. Most will head for the Islands and they are definitely beautiful but for somewhere a little quieter, I recommend mainland Greece.
Szechenyi Baths Indoor and outdoor thermal baths with medicinal natural hot spring waters offering 18 pools, 10 saunas / steam cabins, several massage therapies and facial treatments. The Szechenyi Baths Budapest has something for everyone. It’s a lovely place to relax outdoor in summer but my favourite time to book is winter when the warm
I love Budapest, the architecture, the history, the cheap eats! But is the Pearl of the Danube a good place to take the kids? Well it’s full of family friendly parks, is great value so it’s a cheap European city break with kids and packed full of history and culture meaning it can be highly
Our family friendly Opera Garden Hotel and Apartments Review. A centrally located hotel in Budapest, Hungary.
Budapest is a super family friendly city, it’s great value, has loads of activities suitable for kids and provides plenty of opportunities to learn as you go. When choosing a hotel to stay in, I definitely recommend somewhere centrally located so you can walk to the major sights or hop on the underground if little
Normandy, France If you can’t face the thought of airport security and baggage restrictions (a nightmare with really little ones) then France is the ultimate European family holiday. A visit to Normandy with kids is super easy but still feels like a massive adventure! Hop on a ferry to Normandy and soak up the fascinating
Do you stay at an airport hotel before an early flight? We normally just bite the bullet, get up mega early and drive. But for our last flight from Manchester, as it was just me and the six year old I didn’t fancy the pre-dawn drive and parking faff. So I started researching hotels near
Greece is becoming a bit of a haven for European travel bloggers. The food is amazing, the islands are 100% instagramable and the accommodation covers all basis from 5 star luxury to local homestays. Check out this Halkidiki destination guide to discover one of our favourite places in the country. It’s around a 3 hour