Ah, Europe. Even the name is beautiful. Although the thought of traveling to Europe can be daunting, with kids no less, Europe is actually filled with several family-friendly cities that would make any trip memorable and worthwhile. The following are all great options for your next family visit in Europe.
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London is the perfect destination for families that are traveling with children and teenagers. Beautiful parks and playgrounds are commonplace, and there are plenty of famous sites to see: Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.
The London Eye is a great attraction for those unafraid of heights! And be sure to check out a play in London’s West End, there are a range of options for kids and adults alike.Most Family Friendly Cities To Visit In Europe Click To Tweet
As the capital of Sweden, there are a plethora of things to do on a family trip to this gorgeous city. Gamla Stan, or Old Town, is filled with cafes, authentic restaurants, boutiques, and famous sights and attractions. Its bright colors are enough to attract children of any age.
The Vasa Museum is great for an interesting history lesson, in addition to Sverige’s Kungahus (or The Royal Palace), where visitors can see the changing of the guard. While in Stockholm, be sure to Raggmunk, the Swedish version of pancakes, as well as lingonberries, which is used as a topping for almost anything!
Rome’s beauty is enough to anyone swoon. More than that, there is an abundance of sighs to see. The capital of Italy is home to the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain (be sure to make a wish!), the Spanish Steps, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican, and the Sistine Chapel.
In addition to it’s allure, Italy it’s amazing food that appeals to both kids and adults. Make sure to try Pizza Bianca, Carbonara, and the super-thin Roman style pizza!
Who knew that one of the fashion capitals of the world is also a great place to take a family trip? Paris is not only stunning, but there is so much there to do! It would be a crime to leave the city without seeing the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, Versailles, or Notre Dame. Many bakeries offer tours where visitors can make their own baguettes.
For kids that just want to see the highlights of the city, the are several hop-on hop-off bus options. And for Disney lovers out there, be sure to check out Disneyland Paris. While the attractions and rides are a bit different to those of Disney World in the U.S., there is still the wonderful Disney-feel!