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22 emotions you’ll experience flying long haul with kids

So much world, so much airtime. Travelling the world as a family brings plenty of adventure and precious memories. But what about getting there? Long haul. Aiborne. With kids. How many GIFs can you relate to?

1. When you’ve checked-in online and you breeze past the queues

The Woodyer's Andorra Family Holiday

The Woodyer Family recently discovered what it’s like to go off the beaten track with The Family Adventure Company, taking their 9, 11 and 13 year olds on a family holiday to Andorra. Squeezed between Spain and France, the mountainous principality is a perfect place for an action-packed summer activity week.

6 family travel myths debunked

Family travel often gets a bad rap. People think it’s all chasing your naked toddler through a hotel lobby while he/she screams for chocolate, or being stuck in a campervan or dreary chalet watching Finding Nemo so many times that you develop an urge to exterminate all marine life. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Discover Europe's hidden Gem - Andorra

Why Andorra is a perfect destination for families

Andorra is a playground for activity holidays; with peaks of up to 2900m and valleys dropping to 700m, it’s the perfect place for exciting walks, white-water rafting, skiing, snowshoeing and mountain biking. In winter, snow usually arrives at the end of November and stays put until April. As Andorra has some of the highest peaks in the Pyrenees, there’s always a decent depth of snow under many blue skies to give Soldeu its name – ‘Sun God’.

From £1,295pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
5

Azores Family Holiday

Portugal, Europe | 8 days
Trip code: 
ZAFA
Families only
Sete Cidades
Travel to the Azores Islands on a unique family adventure. Swim with dolphins off the São Miguel coast, get a taste of bucolic farm life and canoe on the Sete Cidades lake

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From £1,490pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Active & Teen
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
11

Winter Iceland Family Adventure

Iceland, Europe | 7 days
Trip code: 
BIFW
Families only
Witness the power of the geysers - Iceland
A week to explore the rugged natural beauty of Iceland.

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Take a look at a Turkey Family Holiday

Take a look at Turkey for your next family holiday. Less than four hours flying from the UK brings you to the edge of Europe and Asia. Our Family holidays in Turkey are some of our most popular holidays and for good reason. Many of our travellers have blogged about their experiences on a Turkey Holiday so don't just take our word for it.

From £1,645pp exc flights
Trip type: 
Teen & Wildlife
Adventure level: 
2. Gentle
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
11

Summer Iceland Family Adventure

Iceland, Europe | 7 days
Trip code: 
BIFS
Families only
Witness the power of the geysers - Iceland
Take your family to explore Iceland's natural wonders in Summer

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From £896pp exc flights
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(average rating, based on 1 review)
Trip type: 
Cultural
Adventure level: 
1.Easy
Max group size: 
16
Minimum age: 
5

Italy Family Holiday

Italy, Europe | 8 days
Trip code: 
ZMFI
Families only
Bay of Naples - Italy
Take your family to Italy to explore the ruins of Herculaneum and Pompeii, discover Capri's Blue Grotto, explore bustling Naples and climb mighty Vesuvius

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Why Turkey is the place to go for a family holiday

We've all experienced it haven't we?

We jump off the plane full of excitement, spend two minutes throwing our cases into the hotel room and then... the other half heads straight to the hotel pool to lounge around sipping exotic cocktails all day, while reading some obscure romantic novel.
For many, this may seem like the perfect break, but not me.  Don't get me wrong, there's nothing peculiar about recuperating from the daily rigours of life in murky old Britain with a mojito in one hand and a bottle of factor 30 sun cream in the other.

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