The city of Paris may be synonymous with love and romance but it is also far more child-friendly than one might think. The city has attractions that will appeal to everyone and provides an excellent introduction to Europe and to another culture and language for families who are venturing abroad for the first time.
It’s a big world, where will you go? Join Trekaroo as we find the best kid-friendly spots on the planet just perfect for a bucket-list family vacation with memories to last a lifetime.
Paris has so much to offer and so much of it can be done without spending a dime. I have all of them detailed in my book ‘Your Guide to Visit Paris for Free’. These are my top ten kid-friendly free activities.
Longing for a trip to London? Prepare yourself for sticker shock. With a few tips and tricks , visiting London on a budget with kids won’t break the piggy bank.
On a budget? Explore more than 20 free things to do in London allowing you to save on your amazing adventure to the UK’s capitol city.
How to teach your kids about global warming and climate change is a daunting task but I suggest you begin with visiting a glacier.
Make eastern Canada history come alive for your kids as you explore Parks Canada’s National Historic parks in Quebec, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island.
Over the consumerism of Valentine’s Day? Do something that opens your family’s hearts to the world this year with these simple 10 ideas for global good.
It is always exciting to leave to visit another country. My family thrives on discovering new monuments, new foods, new parks, and new people. As my husband and two daughters get all pumped up for the airplane or train ride with not a care in the world, I, as the majority-elected organizer-in-chief, make sure that […]
Since Cambodia re-opened itself to the world 10 years ago, tourism has exploded in the town of Siem Reap. When the civil war ceased, travelers were eager to rediscover the grand Angkor temples of the ancient Khmer Empire, but it is only in very recent years that 5 star hotels have started to move in.