Insider Guide to Nottingham England with kids

Discover the stories behind the legend of Robin Hood, see Batman’s haven with your own eyes, and explore the culture and plethora of outdoor activities in the beautiful Nottingham, England. With so much on offer, we garnered the help of Nottingham local and family travel blogger Alex from My Life Long Holiday, who together with her 12 year old son is showing us what to do, where to eat and drink, and what surprises are in store for those visiting Nottingham with kids.

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Top 5 things to do in Brussels with boys

The Belgian capital Brussels is so much more than the administrative capital of the European Union. It’s a family-friendly city celebrating waffles, a statue of a boy peeing in a fountain (listen to your boys laughing), beautiful architecture and gardens, mini buildings and really big dinosaurs. Christine Leger from Tapped out Travellers fill us in on the top things to do in Brussels with boys.

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Getting the most out of your visit to the Colosseum with kids

Rome Colosseum tour for kids review – Tapsy Tours
With stories of emperors and gladiators, ferocious animals and mock sea battles, there is no wonder the Colosseum in Rome, Italy is a top destination for families. However it isn’t as simple as strolling on in and seeing all the action. The thing is, the most action you’ll see is the long line of visitors waiting to go in. This is where the supreme story telling skills of someone in the know will bring this incredible piece of architecture to life and keep your family occupied for hours.

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Frikadeller recipe World food for kids Danish meatballs

Frikadeller (pronounced freg-a-deluh) would have to be one of the most iconic dishes of Denmark. The brilliant thing about this dish (from a mother of boys perspective) is that they taste great, kids and adults love them, and they are so quick and easy to make. They are also great for a party.

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LEGOLAND Denmark the ultimate place for a family holiday

Nothing compares to visiting the birthplace of LEGO; the original LEGOLAND; the place where imaginations run wild. Opened in 1968 alongside the LEGO factory, LEGOLAND Denmark has seen over 50 million visitors come through their gates to revel in all things LEGO. Located in one of the world’s happiest countries, it is no wonder LEGOLAND Denmark is one of the best places in the world to take your family.

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One perfect day in Manarola, Cinque Terre

Dsicover Manarola in Italy's Cinque Terre with kids There are moments in life that will stay with you forever and our visit in June to the postcard perfect village of Manarola in Italy was certainly one of them. One of the five villages that make up the famous Italian...

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