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Ten Tiny Tips for Terrific Travel

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1. Before you leave home, throw a half dozen empty sealable plastic baggies of different sizes into your luggage.

2. Pack a toothbrush and travel tube of toothpaste in your carry on. Read more »

100 Tips for Traveling with Kids in Europe – Out Soon!!

100 Tips Cover for social media fullOur new book will be available within weeks!  Look for updates and links to review articles at this post.  Thanks to everyone who has supported the project along the way.

An extensive collection of practical tips. This book will help both new and experienced travelers make their family journey overseas unforgettable” – Kirsten Maxwell, Founder and Publisher, www.kidsareatrip.com

“Essential and incredibly useful guide…inspired ideas on helping kids engage with the magic of Europe” – Elisa Murray, Out & About Editor, ParentMap Magazine

 Ready, SetGo!  Jam-packed with tips and ideas, this book will help you with every step of planning and enjoying a European family vacation: designing a kid-friendly itinerary, booking fun and interesting lodging, choosing the best ways to get around, packing light, saving money, enjoying the airplane ride, staying safe, and immersing yourself and your family in the many cultures of Europe.

From the National Museum of Underwater Archaeology in Spain to the Hay Festival in Wales; from Eyjafjallajokull to the Jungfraujoch; from musical street buskers to the Mona Lisa; and from cricket to Calcio Read more »

100 Tips for Traveling with Kids in Europe

What’s your best family travel tip?  What saved your last trip?  What makes your kids really have a good time on a family vacation?  What awesome kid-centric European destinations have you been to?  What fun kid-friendly European activities have you discovered?

Zand L at Hogwarts

OK, OK, OK – we’re adding a destination to our new book.  Everybody wants a travel destination with their travel tips so we’re going European this time – art museums, mountains, cultural icons, rural villages, bread and cheese, many languages, castles, history, beaches, music, famous rivers, East meets West, and more politics.

Share your suggestions for a great, educational, and fun European adventure with kids in the comments below! We’ll try to include it in our new book “100 Tips for Traveling with Kids in Europe.”  If we do, we’ll include your first name and location so please tell us that information with your tip.  You can also click “Read more” for a nifty giveaway!

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