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Iceland's Diamond Circle with kids

The northeast is one of Iceland's most memorable regions. Specifically the magnificent 260km circuit known as the Diamond Circle. With birds flying over wetlands, Iceland's most powerful waterfall and bubbling hot springs the Diamond Circle is a definite must for families traveling with kids!

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10 things to do in Reykjavik with kids

10 things to do in Reykjavik with kids

Reykjavik is Iceland's capital city and is most likely the city where you start and end your ultimate family road trip through Iceland. There's lots to do for families with kids of all ages. Lots of playgrounds, pools, parks and museums to keep you entertained. Great food like hot dogs, ice cream (even in winter) and sea food. Amazing architecture and last but not least it offers you the chance to spot whales, puffins and if you're lucky even orca's.

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10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland with kids

10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland with kids

Iceland has one of the highest concentration of waterfalls in the world. This small European country keeps drawing families back. If you've road tripped through Iceland once, you want to come back. Lots of people come back to check out more waterfalls. High time for a list of the 10 most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland to visit with kids!

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Iceland's Golden Circle with kids

When visiting Iceland, most parents opt to take their children self drive along the Ring Route. If you don't have the time to explore the entire country, there are some great alternative road trips. One of the most popular tourist routes is the Golden Circle route. A classic road trip that starts and ends in capital Reykjavik.

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Ultimate Road Trip Guide: Iceland

Ultimate Road Trip Guide: Iceland

Iceland is one of the most photogenic countries in the world. And very easy to navigate through because of the Ring Road that covers the entire country in a loop and along the entire coastline. Driving the Ring Road will get you to so many highlights that it's hard not to stop every 5 minutes. The great infrastructure and the size of Iceland makes it very easy for families to explore in 2 to 4 weeks. Since this is the Ultimate Road Trip Guide of Iceland this itinerary covers the entire country. With this guide you have all the ingredients for the best Iceland road trip!

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City Guide: 3 days in St. Petersburg

City Guide: 3 days in St. Petersburg

If I'm allowed to pick only one city that speaks to the imagination, it would be St. Petersburg. It's been a long time since I visited this Russian gem. Nine years to be exact. But when I close my eyes I can still picture myself walking along the Neva? River or strolling through the aisles in the Hermitage Museum. It's a visit you won't forget. So if you're wondering what city you should visit next, take my word for it and choose St. Petersburg.

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5 things to do in Cinque Terre with kids

5 things to do in Cinque Terre with kids

Cinque Terre consists of 5 fishing villages on the Ligurian coast. It is hard not to fall in love with Cinque Terre! The food, the colors, the hiking trails and the picturesque little harbors make Cinque Terre a bucket list destination for kids and their parents.

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Best cities to visit in Italy

Best cities to visit in Italy

My family and I have been to Italy many times already. We love the people and the landscapes are so diverse that it seems like you're driving into another country every other hour. And the food, oh mamma mia, the food is absolutely amazing. I have to say that I haven't eaten that good in any other country, including my own. The cities are actually open air museums. Turn a corner, it doesn't matter which one, and you'll be mesmerized by what you see. Every time you go back to Italy you'll get enchanted all over again. And so will your kids. So here it is, a post about the best cities to visit with kids in Italy. One of our favorite European countries.

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Things to do in beautiful Dalarna

Things to do in beautiful Dalarna

Everybody knows Sweden. Part of Scandinavia. The land of the Vikings. All over the world people shop at IKEA and eat their meatballs and gravad lax. So it’s surprising to me that not more people visit this beautiful and diverse country. Sure, it’s not the cheapest destination, but that can’t be the reason, can it? Iceland is in the same price range as Sweden and is overrun by tourists year by year. Sweden deserves more visitors, so I hope this blog will lure you into visiting the Dalarna region.

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Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik

Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik

This is nog a post to tell you about the beauty that is the city of Dubrovnik and how to enjoy it with your family. This article is meant for Game of Thrones fans or enthousiasts. It covers all the filming locations of GoT in Dubrovnik.

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Night of the Museums in Budapest

Night of the Museums in Budapest

2019 marks the 17th year in a row that Budapest opens all their museums and cultural institutions during one night on June 23rd. They call it Night of the Museums. Now I have only experienced this night once, and had a lot of fun. I thought it would be a good idea to blog about it, so you can check it out too. If you're in any way flexible while planning a trip through Hungary or if you are going to be spending a few days in Budapest then go for it. Start planning your trip to Budapest to check out one of Europe's most beautiful cities and experience Night of the Museums for yourself.

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City Guide: Edinburgh with kids

City Guide: Edinburgh with kids

Family life can leave you exhausted at times. You need to charge your battery from time to time and going on a city trip is the ideal way to charge your battery. But what if you don't have the time for a long weekend (your kids have to be on school on mondays) or don't want to use too much of your vacation days? A short weekend break is the solution. Arrive on Friday afternoon and be back by Sunday evening. If you live in western Europe, like me, there are lots of options. Many cities consist of a centre where much of their places of interest are within walking distance. One of these cities lies in Great Britain. Scotland, to be precise. Edinburgh! There's lots to see and do, for parents and for children. My teen and I had lots of fun in this city. Lots of culture for me and Harry Potter for him.

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