Whilst the United Kingdom is not particularly noted overall for its cuisine, there are many regional dishes and local specialties that may surprise you! Shepherd’s Pie, Haggis, Welsh Rarebit, British Food – here we come. Bon Apetit! Typically, when foreigners think about British food, the first things that spring to mind are fish and chips and […]
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The city of the Big Ben is home to families, and yours is welcome anytime you wish. For a happening city like London, it’s the hardest thing to pick and choose what goes into our list of recommendations and what doesn’t. But here go, four reasons to visit London with kids: INDOOR AND OUTDOOR THEMED […]
If you are visiting London with your family, do not miss a riding experience at the Hyde Park Stables. As a monarchy, the United Kingdom has a powerful tradition in high class equitation, thus making it the perfect place for such an experience. Horses and ponies are carefully selected to provide maximum safety and you […]
Suggested Route: Madame Tussaud ’s – Regent ’s Park / Primrose Hill – Camden Town Start your first day in the English capital in Marylebone. At the corner of Marylebone Road and Baker Street, and right next to the Baker Street station, is the world famous Madame Tussaud’s Museum. Superstars and villains, buy lunch to […]
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London loves children. Their interest in Prince George and all children is evident in their warm welcome. London has a rich history, so if you can, you will want to introduce your children to that past while entertaining them. The summer of 2014 is a great time to bond with the family on an excursion […]
Numerous articles abound related to the many great London museums for children. Yes, London really does have heaps of great child-friendly museums that are perfect for spending a few fun hours with your little ones. Your kids can learn more about some of the top London museums in the Kids’ Travel Guide – London, as […]
Remember, remember the fifth of November … do you know why this date is celebrated in the UK? It all dates back to the early 1600s when a man called Guy Fawkes and a gang tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Now known as the Gunpower Plot, the foiled attempt on the King’s […]
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The UK is home to a plethora of fascinating sights. Its long history and interesting culture help add to a brilliant vacation. Found all around the country, many kids love exploring the amazing castles from times gone by. Conjuring up images of brave soldiers on horseback, booming cannon fire, jousting matches, court jesters, and medieval […]
Heading to London for a family trip? Are you keen and eager for the kids to love this exciting and vibrant city as much as you? Why not give them a copy of the Kids’ Travel Guide – London to keep them entertained and engaged? Created especially for children, the guide features lots of activities and information […]
London is an exciting city for kids and grownups alike, but it can be a bit overwhelming at first, especially for children. A good way to see many of the main sights, get a feel for the city, get orientated a bit, and also ease the family into the holiday is to take one of […]
For a large and bustling city, you may be surprised to learn that London has a huge number of brilliant parks and play areas, ideal for kids to run, play, and have heaps of fun. Your kids can learn more about some of the excellent London parks in the Kids’ Travel Guide – London, and […]
London is an exciting city for adults and children alike and there are certainly plenty of great things to see and do to keep you busy for days on end in the vibrant capital city of the UK. Indeed, you could spend weeks (maybe even months!) in the city and still not manage to see […]