The UK is home to many interesting places, some of which are a bit more offbeat and unusual than others. If you and your kids have a penchant for the strange and quirky things n life, these terrific UK attractions may be right up your street: Daresbury Church Found close to the town of Warrington […]
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London, the capital of England, houses some of the world’s most popular attractions that most travelers await to see. It’s also an educational playground for children – with so many activities to do. The city, with history dating back to Roman times, offers plenty of family-friendly destinations that will make your next visit memorable and […]
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From home or while traveling Whether traveling or learning at home, the activity pages are ideal as an introduction to the world. This educational and entertaining coloring pages are perfect for flights, car rides, and down time when you aren’t sight-seeing. Your kids will explore and color while learning about Germany The coloring pages and activities […]
Hallo… Willkommen in Deutschland! Featuring landscape of forests, mountain ranges, rivers and North Sea beaches, Germany is truly a fantastic tourist destination. No wonder why it’s the 7th most visited country in the world, with 424 million overnight stays in 2015. That’s a LOT of happy travellers! And in the heart of Germany is its […]
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If you have planned to visit Madrid with your kids, we have good news for you: Madrid, like Spain in general, is one of the most child friendliest destinations in Europe. The Spanish take their children everywhere … to bars, restaurants and sometimes even to pubs. The locals come out to play at night, and […]
Rome is famous for the large number of squares (piazza) and fountains, which are found throughout the city. Propose a game for your kids – make a contest, with an attractive prize – Can you count the Squares and Fountains? The winner will be the person that manages to count the most squares/ fountains/ and […]
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