Museums are fantastic places to fire the imaginations of both the young and old. There’s something inherently exciting about a day trip to a museum, particularly those that are catered for children. Learning really can be fun and interactive and, while our home town of London has scores of world-class museums, there are also plenty of must-sees across Europe. (more…)
Siena in Tuscany has always been an Italian city I’ve wanted to visit ever since watching the exciting opening scenes of the Palio from 007 movie A Quantum of Solace. If you haven’t heard of the Palio, it’s Italy’s most famous sporting event and takes place twice a year. (more…)
We were already getting into the swing of our Burgundy trip having had an exhausting but fulfilling day exploring the Chablis vineyards. But any hopes of the weather improving were soon dashed when we looked out of our accommodation and saw the rain pelting down onto the ground the next morning… (more…)
When you have young children the last thing you do on holiday is actually relax… Sure you’re in a nice location, you have great views, good food and hot weather to enjoy but more often than not, you come back from a trip more exhausted than when you first went away. And, unless you want to stick your offspring into a Kids Club all day – or get a holiday nanny (wishful thinking), then who entertains them? You do, of course! (more…)
Never mind Amsterdam’s hedonistic reputation as a city for sex and drugs – it’s also a huge playground for children of all ages. You’d be hard pressed not to find activities and entertainment that are suitable for the entire family.