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  • Things to do in Dubai with teenagers
    Dubai is a bit of a fantasy playground for all ages, with teens being particularly well catered for withplenty of adrenaline-pumping and out-of-this-world experiences. Experience Zip Lines, Waterparks, Desert experiences on your family vacation to Dubai. Dubai is today one of the premium destinations for worldwide travellers. You find plenty of things to do in … Read the full article here
  • The best guide to Langkawi for families
    There is so much to do in Langkawi for families that sometimes the actual family travel essentials get lost in the where to swim and the what to do’s of it all. When planning a family trip to Langkawi there are so many things to consider. Not only things like where to stay in Langkawi … Read the full article here
  • Staying at Phillip Island YHA
    Phillip Island is a favourite for families. The small island near Melbourne has built a massive tourism industry on the back of small Penguins that come ashore every night drawing hundreds of tourists every night to see them. The YHA is the perfect Phillip Island family accommodation located on the island. Where is the Phillip … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Chiang Mai with teenagers
    Chiang Mai is the northern capital of Thailand. There are many things to do in Chiang Mai with teenagers. Chiang Mai is known as an outdoor action capital of Thailand. The close proximity to the northern jungles of Asia makes it perfect for outdoor adrenaline activities. Chiang Mai is 700 km (435 miles) north of … Read the full article here
  • 5 of the best Alsace Christmas Markets
    Christmas in the Alsace is a special time of year. Each small town, village and city has a Christmas market. Some towns have a market opened every day of the week while others are only on the weekend. What you can be sure of is the month leading into Christmas will be filled with markets … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Liverpool with teenagers
    In the last decade, Liverpool and the Albert Docks area has had a multi-million dollar facelift, making a visit to Liverpool with teenagers an ideal destination for family travel. A family vacation in Liverpool, a city of 900,000 has many cultural, historical and engaging attractions for teenagers in Liverpool to enjoy. Being one of the … Read the full article here
  • Licola Camping in the Victorian high country
      Licola is located in the East Gippsland Region of Victoria Australia To visit Licola you need to wind your way up through the mountains the road following the Macalister River as it cuts its way through the Macalister Valley and around mountains. The drive up to Licola is amazing with its natural beauty in … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Almaty with teenagers
    Almaty Kazakhstan is one of those far off cities in the middle of central Asia. Far off in distance from anywhere, 6 hours from Beijing and 6 hours from Paris. It also happens to be far off the popular tourist trail as well. Mountains rise up sharply from the edge of the city and remained … Read the full article here
  • City Park Launceston and the Macaque Monkeys
    City Park is a central thoroughfare for people coming and going to work in the city, people doing exercise and just a beautiful place to relax. City Park Launceston lies perfectly on the edge of the Central Business District and is easily reached from there on foot for a relaxing lunch or a wander through the … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Venice with Teenagers
    Venice conjures up images of gondolas and canals, of glassblowers and masquerades masks. The Venetians were a maritime republic in northeastern Italy, which existed for a millennium between the 8th century and 1797. Today Venice relies on its tourist trade to survive, and survive it does as tourists arrive in hoards day after day. We have selected some … Read the full article here
  • 4 things you’ll realise about food when you travel
    Travelling to different destinations around the world is a learning experience as much as it is a recreational one. One of the things you learn most about during your travels has to do with food, and the following will take a look at 4 things you will realise about food when you travel overseas.  You’ll … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Halls Gap
    Halls Gap is located in the western districts of Victoria Australia. The magnificent Grampians National Park wraps itself around Halls Gap in every direction. From the flat semi-arid countryside to the step rising rocky mountains with their rock faces and alpine vegetation. For your visit to Halls Gap, you will find no shortage of things … Read the full article here
  • Things to do in Zurich with teenagers
    The picturesque city of Zurich lies at the end of Lake Zurich in northern Switzerland. The postcard streets of the Old Town are influenced by its medieval history. Today Zurich is centre for excellence in the scientific field with multiple Nobel peace prize winners and the home of many of the worlds biggest insurance houses. … Read the full article here
  • 17 doable day trips from Strasbourg France
    There are a number of amazing day trips from Strasbourg that can be made to destinations in France, Germany, and Switzerland. Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region in France. An exciting city in its own right bursting with museums, culture, history and a world-famous Christmas Market, just to name a few. A city … Read the full article here
  • Korean BBQ. A legendary experience or overrated myth?
    You have to try Korean BBQ while you are in Korea. You must eat ALL the BBQ while you are there. You will not be able to get enough of it and want it for breakfast lunch and dinner. Have you really visiting Korea if you don’t only eat BBQ? These were all the things … Read the full article here
  • Exploring the highlights of Provins France in a day
    Located 90 kilometres south-east of Paris is an ancient medieval town known as Provins. Provins makes an amazing day trip from Paris. History tells us the town once lied in the lands of the Counts of Champagne. Charlemagne himself sent an Abbot from Paris to Provins in the year 802 as a sign of the growing importance … Read the full article here
  • YHA Grampians Eco Lodge Halls Gap
    Nestled in the beautiful town of Halls Gap is the Grampians YHA Eco Lodge. With the picturesque mountains rising behind it and the wildlife that wanders around the grounds of the hostel, you will find a piece of perfection waiting for you to enjoy. Best of all, the hostel has the smallest footprint possible on … Read the full article here
  • Visiting Siem Reap with kids
    While you have probably come to Siem Reap to see the temples at Angkor Wat there is so much more to do in this amazing city than just temples. We will cover visiting the Angkor Park but here we will also show you some other place that is awesome to visit. Siem Reap with kids … Read the full article here
  • One day in Strasbourg France
    Most people spend one day in Strasbourg exploring the sites of this amazing city. Wandering the world-famous streets is the top of many people’s bucket list. The food, culture and the sheer beauty draw people in from all over the world. The city of Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region in northeast France. … Read the full article here
  • Crossing the English Channel with DFDS ferry service.
    There are plenty of options for you when looking to travel from England to France or vice versa. There are ferries, air travel and the channel tunnel. But what is the best way to actually make that journey? We choose the DFDS ferry service DFDS is the leading ferry operator in English Channel Crossings. We … Read the full article here