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Why you should consider planning your family travel in Europe
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A great holiday is the holy grail of family time. It’s about creating a lifetime of memories, spending time with your loved ones, and most importantly, having fun. If you’re not sure where to go for your holiday, you can’t go wrong with Europe. Family travel in europe has become increasingly popular over the years – and it’s clear why. Here’s why you should consider planning a family trip to Europe:

 

A great holiday is the holy grail of family time. It’s about creating a lifetime of memories, spending time with your loved ones, and most importantly, having fun. If you’re not sure where to go for your holiday, you can’t go wrong with Europe. Family travel in europe has become increasingly popular over the years – and it’s clear why. Here’s why you should consider planning a family trip to Europe:

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The history
Who wouldn’t want to explore the home of Socrates, Plato, and Roman gladiators? Europe is crammed with sights, buildings, and streets that have been shaped by centuries of human civilisation. Historical attractions include the Athens Acropolis, the Roman Colosseum, and the Alhambra in Spain. Walk along medieval cathedrals, fairytale castles, ancient city walls, and old villages with cobblestone streets that have stood the test of time. European cities are filled with stories – and your kids will love every second of it.

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Convenient transportation
Transportation in Europe is so efficient that your kids won’t even have time to say ‘are we there yet?’ Travelling by train is a great way to explore different cities and towns. And because of Europe’s compact geography, it is possible to travel between several countries in a short amount of time. One day you could be marvelling at the Eiffel tower in Paris; the next, you could be swimming in Spain’s pleasant Mediterranean waters. Travelling within a city is also very convenient, as there are usually a number of transportation options like trams, buses, and trains. The kids will enjoy the beautiful and diverse window scenery, especially in areas along coastlines.  

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The food
One of the best aspects of family travel in Europe is the food – from the best pastries in the world to alfresco seafood dishes. Try tasty tapas in Spain, gelato and pizza in Italy, or a fresh baguette from a boulangerie in Paris. Each country has something different and exciting to offer. The trick is is to eat where the locals eat, since they usually know the best spots. Don’t be afraid to try new cuisine. Both you and the kids will enjoy walking through markets and trying delicacies that aren’t served back home.  

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Amazing attractions and activities
Family travel in Europe wouldn’t be complete without a variety of attractions and activities. Fairytale castles, kid-friendly museums, amazing theme parks and a great natural landscape make Europe perfect for travellers of all ages. With so many things to do, there won’t be one moment of boredom no matter which city you go to. Float boats alongside the Parisian garçons in the great pond at Luxembourg Garden, visit Europe’s largest aquarium in Spain, spend the day at Disneyland Paris, or visit one of the many nature reserves and national parks.

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The destinations
Cities in Europe are full of child-friendly restaurants, hotels, and activities some more than others. Paris, Rome, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and Barcelona are some of the most family-friendly cities in Europe. However, there’s been a recent influx of families travelling to Spain’s Costa Blanca. The Costa Blanca has a huge array of family activities, and some great beaches and coves. It’s a year-round destination, so it’s a great spot for winter too.

 

Family travel in Europe will be an experience of a lifetime. If you’re interested in spending your days along the seaside, eating Mediterranean cuisine, and exploring nature reserves and enchanting villages, then you’ll love holidays in Costa Blanca. Marjal Costa Blanca Camping & Resort is the perfect base to explore the beautiful surroundings. However, with comfortable accommodation and endless entertainment for the whole family, it will be hard to leave.

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