A walkable, family-friendly destination with a well run transportation system, more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other Scandinavian city, beautiful green spaces, fabulous museums and a prime location, Copenhagen has it all! Starting out: Visit Rundetaarn,Read more
Settled by a Gallic tribe and then taken over by the Romans, La Rochelle, France, has an interesting history. The city was under England’s rule during which time the Knights Templar were granted privileges thereRead more
Siena, Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for its cuisine, art, museums, and of course, the Palio, a horse race held twice each summer. What to see: The Duomo (Cathedral) – dates fromRead more
In the northwest part of Belgium lies canal-based Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A city since Roman times, Bruges has a strategic location, important in history as well as today for travelers. Most ofRead more
Site of the oldest and most prestigious university in Spain, Salamanca has a special ambience that appeals to everyone. Whether you are relaxing on the Plaza Mayor, taking classes or enjoying the many shops andRead more
Family friendly Philadelphia helps bring history to life. Spend a weekend here and you’ll see why. And since most popular attractions are free, you’ll really love it! Get the family moving: Smith Playhouse isRead more
Yearning to do something different? Head for Quebec City, Canada! With biking, hiking, boating, fishing, golf, dog sledding, ice skating, snow slides and a Winter Carnival plus historic sites and great restaurants, this is aRead more
Amsterdam with the kids? Why not? Here are some reasons to go: most people there speak English, public transportation is easy to use, playgrounds abound, and there is even a cruise on the canals withRead more
Where can you combine sports, history, art, science and fun all in the same day? Boston!
And what other city makes it so easy to travel with children?
Here’s the trick to visiting Paris en famille: forget the famous monuments (long lines, crowds, expensive) and try for an authentic experience in the lesser-known areas. If time (and patience) allows, by all means goRead more