10 of the Best Places to Travel with Your Family

Family travel is often a puzzle. Families need to manage a short holiday that works with busy schedules while finding a location that is both affordable and entertaining to all family members. Fortunately, there are locations both near and far that meet all of these standards and then some.

U.K. and Ireland Destinations

Holidays with the least amount of travel are less expensive and require fewer days away. These trips are perfect for short getaways and long trips as well.

1. Cornwall


Beaches, mild weather, hiking sites, gardens, and museums; Cornwall has it all.Adventurous families can kayak or go for a jungle trek. Older children may enjoy a visit to a theme park. There is so much to see and do in Cornwall that many families find them selves returning each year.

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2. Dorset

Rent a house in Dorset for a quiet seaside retreat. Quiet days in the county can be spent at one of 30 museums or attending the symphony. All family members enjoy Bournemouth Beach, which is perfectly suited for all age groups.


3. Isle of Wight

Anyone who has visited this island can attest to its wide-reaching appeal to multiple ages. Families can have equal amounts of joy spending their days at Amazon World, Robin Hill Adventure Park and Gardens, or Carisbrooke Castle. Of course, walking around the island, cycling, and water sports are always welcome distractions.

4. Stratford-Upon-Avon

Introduce the family to the Royal Shakespeare Company. The town is home to several other theatres, homes dedicated to William Shakespeare, and Shakespeare's grave. Stratford is also popular for river activities.

U.S. Destinations

5. Disney World

Orlando, Florida is one of the most travelled to destinations in the world due to the presence of the Disney World complex. Made of four theme parks and two water parks, Disney sees, on average, about 46,000 visitors every day. Even a short trip can be filled with wonders and joys for all ages.


6. New York City

New York sometimes has a reputation as a dangerous city, but it is actually quite safe for the millions of families who visit each year. Spend an afternoon at shopping near Times Square, take a carriage ride through Central Park, watch a Broadway show, and don't forget to visitthe Statue of Liberty.

7. Washington, D.C.

Those travelling stateside should consider visiting the capital of the United States. Washington, D.C. has more free attractions than any other spot in the U.S. The Capital Mall gives visitors to memorials to some of the country's greatest leaders as well as those who served in wars.

Continental Europe

8. Provence

This southern region of France may not be the first place families think of when travelling, but it works well for almost every family. The charm and beauty of Provence is the perfect place for families to relax and get to know one another.

9. Luxembourg City

Stay in a hotel in the centre of Luxembourg City for easy access to entertainment, shopping, and sights. Families enjoy biking, attending the Grand Theatre, and visiting squares like Place D'Armes and Place de la Constitution.

10. Algarve

The Algarve region of Portugal offers a peaceful retreat from a busy world, while at other times it can be filled with lively activity. Cosy seaside cottages are available for hire throughout the year. Look for one that is short driving distance to one of the many theme parks. Algarve is listed as one of The Guardian's top choices for family trips.A family holiday should be enjoyed by every person regardless of age. These spots are the best choices because they offer options for everyone while remaining in the same location.

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