10 Family Friendly European Cities

Finally got some time to dedicate on a fun trip? Well, before you get busy planning the family trip that you used to see in the movies you might take a look at our list of the best places to visit in Europe. Thus grab a comfortable seat and get ready to discover the best family friendly European cities, where both you and your children will have lots of fun!

Amsterdam

Amsterdam can be the best choice for a fun family trip! Rich with worth-visiting architectural buildings and cultural places this city can be where you and your family will mark an unforgettable trip. In Amsterdam you can either enjoy the city by riding a bike or breathe some fresh air while on a boat. Besides, there are many museums and attractions in the city that are totally worth visiting.

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Dublin

Ireland is where the most fun concerts take place! Besides Dublin is the best place for a family adventure. Here you can admire the “doors of Dublin”, enjoy a relaxing picnic with the family. Also you can visit the famous Dublin Zoo to see some wild animals.

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Paris

Paris is an inspiring city, the city of love and music. However Paris isn’t just for romantics, as it can be a good option for a family trip at well. Here you can enjoy a walk in the park, spend the day at Jardin Luxembourg or take some cool pictures at the Eiffel Tower.

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London

Well, it’s not surprising that London is the city that most of us dream to visit! From Madame Tussaud’s museum to Big Ben and London Bridge there are many places worth visiting in London. As for the museums there’s a whole list of the must-visit ones.

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Rome

Italy is very popular with its delicious cuisine. However not only Italian menus are very attractive, but also the characteristic narrow streets, the rich culture and the inspiring atmosphere of Italy make it a great place to visit. If you decide to visit Rome you also have to consider visiting Colosseum, and Vatican.

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Munich

Did you know that Munich’s motto is ”München mag dich” and it means Munich loves you? Well, what else to add, that phrase says it all. If you decide to visit Munich don’t forget to visit Marienplatz, the central square in Munich’s Old Town, visit Kids Kingdom in Deutsches Museum, the Munich Zoo and the famous Neuschwanstein Castle.

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Barcelona

Famous for its amazing festivals, Barcelona is also included in the top list of the best places to visit while on a family trip. Visit The Chocolate Museum, the Museum of Ideas and Inventions and the famous aquarium near the Marina in Port Vell.

Barcelona

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Halkidiki, Greece

Greece is well known for its rich history and culture. Also the heaven-like nature of Greece makes it a very special European country. Halkidiki is a region where you can both get close to the history and enjoy some sightseeing. Here you can enjoy the green landscape and the cerulean waters of Aegean Sea. Also you can visit the beautiful monasteries to explore and learn more about Orthodox Christianity.

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Florence

Sunflowers, fresh honey and chianti are the best things that one can choose to describe the atmosphere of this beautiful city. If you go to Florence you have to visit the Uffizi Gallery Museum, as there you’ll find out more about artists like Raphael, Rubens, Caravaggio, and Michelangelo. Also if you have kids you can take them to Palazzo Vecchio and in the evening enjoy some time at the Giardino di Boboli, near the fountains.

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Vienna

There are so many things to see in Vienna that it’s kind of hard to briefly refer to this magical city. The first place that one must visit in Vienna is Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra at Haus der Musik. Austria is the birthplace of famous composer Motzart. So going to Austria and not seeing the Philharmonic orchestra is a sin. Luckily the Vienna State Opera offers an-hour-long operas for children. So your kids can also enjoy a full program while you’re in Vienna. Also don’t forget to take your family to Schonbrunn Palace, which also houses a children’s museum and a zoo. How cool is that?

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