A neighbor once told me while returning from the market that they are going to Europe and asked me if I can guide them where to take their kids. By surprise, I am tempted to answer that leave them at their granny’s place.
Europe – The Unending Vault of Excitement
Well it may be easy to make such a case against kids but European vacation with kids is much more than playgrounds, museums and zoos and traveling with them can prove to be expensive.
Just to make things easy and hassle-free you may opt for expensive transportation such as taxis and child-friendly restaurant. It is assumed that two adults with kids can end up spending twice as much to enjoy half magic of Europe. After all who doesn’t want to give the best to their children?
You really tend to become a European while traveling with kids. They are like ambassadors, unending conversations, and opening new doors to new experiences. With kids you are forced to discard your desire and act as true parents, fulfilling their desires.
Believe me, with kids you can gather up some incredible memories. One guy detoured to watch a baseball league in southern France because of his son who was in the car too.
You as parents develop a kid’s heart and set the itineraries and everyone will have a good time. On the other hand, Europe is truly appealing.
The Disneyland at the outskirts of Paris is blessed with all the familiar characters and rides. Grab authentic wine and listen to Mickey Mouse speak French.
The Legoland is a fun sight for kids and also their parents. Can you imagine sixty million plastic bricks are arranged into extraordinarily detailed depictions.
Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen is truly Danish and joyful. Find yourself being lost in the world of Hans Christian Andersen and his exciting rides, dollhouses, games, funny mirrors and lore more.
London’s backyard – Hyde Park is an idyllic place for kid’s rides as well as bike rides.
The bubbles at Barcelona are quite expensive with incredible sights and tempting spirits. There is fun, frolic, amusement park magic, urban beach scene and crowd with high spirits.
Venice doesn’t need an amusement park; the city itself is a huge water park. It is quite safe and kids will get startled seeing something like that. Let them enjoy riding a vaporetto to the beach island of Venice – Lido.
Another canal-lined city that carries charm for the kids is Amsterdam. The electric trams are a joyride just as the canal tours.
Vienna’s royal Prater Park tempts young and the old with its sprawling amusement park including the huge Ferris wheel and expansive green space.
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