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The Natural Side of the Czech Republic: Off the Beaten Path Europe with Kids

Since visiting Krakow, Poland over a decade ago, the nearby Central European city of Prague in the Czech Republic has been on my personal bucket list. Both cities have castles and fairy-tale like towers rising high above busy market squares where sweet regional treats are sold out of tented stands. However, as I planned our […]

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Driving in Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Austria: Tips for Planning a Central European Road Trip with Kids

In August 2017, my family rented a car in Frankfurt, Germany and spent roughly two weeks driving throughout Central Europe with an itinerary including the Czech Republic’s Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Národní park České Švýcarsko), Krakow’s Wieliczka Salt Mine, Slovakia’s Tatra Mountains and Austria’s Salzkammergut. Thanks to our rental car, we were able to spend […]

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Cheap Europe Travel: Slovakia with Kids will Save Your Budget

  Look for current hotel deals in Slovakia Can you find Slovakia on a map of Europe? No. Apparently you aren’t alone; Americans traveling to Europe seemingly haven’t discovered this hidden gem packed with national parks, towering mountain peaks, and quaint medieval villages. While we found thousands of Americans touring Budapest, only a day’s drive […]

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Iceland with Kids: Taking Advantage of Stopover Flights from Reykjavik

Look for current hotel deals in Iceland Until recently, I had never seriously considered traveling to Iceland. I’ve walked on glaciers before in Alaska – spotted puffins too. And, I’ve taken my kids to Yellowstone to see the Old Faithful geyser erupt. I didn’t feel the need to cross the Atlantic to see glaciers, puffins, […]

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Exploring Italy with Kids- Florence, Chianti, and Rome

As someone who has traveled all over the world with the kids, I find Italy to be one of the most child-friendly places on the planet. It’s not because of amenities (many restaurants don’t have changing tables) or facilities (as mentioned earlier, children are expected to make their own entertainment), but it’s a result of […]

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