Europe is famous for its historic sites and major museums, but there are also many monuments and attractions that appeal to the family. Choosing your destination with care is the surest way to a successful vacation with your children. Fairy castles, forests seem straight out of tales Brothers Grimm, secret islands rustling cries of wild animals, or beaches made to build sandcastles, they will inevitably fall in love. And that’s without counting the many other treasures that the continent holds…
All these sites and many more are featured in our selection of the top 10 European destinations for family holiday.
- Kent, England, United Kingdom
- County Kerry, Ireland
- Black Forest, Germany
- Budapest, Hungary
- Vorarlberg, Austria
- Archipelago of Åland, Finland
- Ibiza, Spain
- Normandy, France
- Isle of Skomer and Marloes Sands, Wales, United Kingdom
- Bohinj, Slovenia
How to find cheap airline tickets
When you start a search in a flight comparison site like Kayak, Skyscanner, Expedia, Trivago or Google Flights for Europe, you probably notice that a considerable price difference can separate two similar flights
In this regard, several airlines – for example Air Transat, Corsair and Air Canada – are now dividing their economy class into several categories, the number of which generally varies between three and five. Depending on what you are willing to pay, you will be entitled. To benefits such as one or two checked baggage, a meal, the ability to reserve a seat of your choice, priority boarding or the ability to change your itinerary.
Moreover, during our simulation flight booking to Paris, the flight with Corsair was in the category Eco Classic, which includes luggage in the hold and meal … but for the only one. Indeed, for the return flight, we were classified in the Eco Basic category, which does not include checked baggage.