London is one of the best places to visit in Europe, especially for a family with children. You’ll find a wonderful mixture of old-school beauty and modern conveniences. London is tops for family-friendly museums including the Imperial War Museum, the London Transport Museum, and the British Museum with its famous collection of Egyptian artifacts. Take your kids to the famous street where Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley was filmed. A highly walkable city, London is also easy to get around using public transportation, allowing you to see everything you want with little hassle.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
For an experience that is a little more exotic, Dubai in the U.A.E. has a lot to offer everyone. With one of the most incredible skylines in the world, including the world’s largest skyscraper, you can always find ways to keep everyone entertained. Whether it’s camel riding in the desert or hitting one of Dubai’s famous water parks, or even indoor all-year-round downhill skiing (yes, you read that correctly) modern Dubai was conceived as a playground for everyone in the family.
New Zealand is a world away in more ways than one. The entire country has a certain magic about it that you have to experience firsthand. New Zealand is all about outdoor adventure – skiing, hiking, and much more. Gorgeous scenic views abound everywhere you look, and the museums and adventure parks will keep your whole family entertained when not on the slopes. For Lord of the Rings fans, you can’t leave New Zealand without seeing the incredible locations where some of the most iconic scenes in Hobbiton or Mordor were filmed. Every wanted to discover Zorbing? Visit the country that invented it!
You can find incredible sights all over Italy, but Florence is an experience all on its own. Situated in the heart of Tuscany, one of the most beautiful regions in all of Europe, Florence is a city full of vibrant Italian culture surrounded by world famous wine and olive-growing regions. Florence is famous for art, history, and food but, as UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is also very accommodating for families. Museums and attractions here mix learning and fun. Florence is a highly walkable city because of its compact size, so it is easy to get around.