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An alternative way to see some hidden gems of Luxembourg City with kids.

An alternative way to see some hidden gems of Luxembourg City with kids.

Primitive camping in Denmark is a brilliant and easy way of getting close to nature.

Wild camping in Denmark is more restrictive than in its Nordic neighbours, but is still possible at one of its many "primitive campsites".

A home exchange in a quiet corner of southern Norway gives us the local knowledge required to fully explore a fascinating and historically-rich island.

Discovering Karmoy / Karmøy, Norway with kids, including visits to the Norwegian History Centre at Asvaldsnes, Skudeneshavn, and the beaches near Akrahamn.

Rubjerg Knude lighthouse is just one of the many delights of Northern Denmark

The magnificent light and intriguing attractions of northern Denmark make it an excellent location for a family camping holiday

Floating art in Vejle, Denmark

Experiencing the "Floating Art" exhibition in Vejle, Denmark by canoe or kayak is a fascinating and unique cultural activity for the whole family.

Kayaking on the Sauer (Luxembourg)

Canoeing / kayaking on the River Sauer in Luxembourg gets the whole family active and close to nature.

Arran for families

Through a series of short family-friendly coastal hikes around the Isle of Arran, Scotland we discover why this is such an excellent family holiday destination

For a European city break with kids, the incredible playgrounds of Luxembourg City will put smiles on the faces of the whole family.

For a European city break with kids, the incredible playgrounds of Luxembourg City will put smiles on the faces of the whole family.

The rock labyrinths of Berdorf – The adventures of Daisy the bus

The unusual geology of the "Mullerthal" region of Luxembourg has created a fantasy wonderland of rock labyrinths, perfect for little explorers with big imaginations.

“Congés annuels” – A badly-timed visit to Nîmes – The adventures of Daisy the bus

A home exchange in southern France sounded like a great idea at the time. However, Nîmes in August with four kids and a dog proved to be one of our most challenging travel experiences yet.

The encounter on the island – The adventures of Daisy the bus

The beautiful Isle of Arran is a family-friendly destination with some of Europe's most spectacular wildlife, including all of Scotland's "Big Five". But some creatures are easier to encounter than others.

Mannheim: it surprised us! – The adventures of Daisy the bus

Travel isn't about ticking off beautiful places; it's about gaining new experiences, stepping outside your everyday world and seeing things from a different perspective. So for my village-reared country kids, Mannheim was a source of wonder and amazement.