European Family Vacation: 31 Days to Make it Happen
Welcome to my contribution to the Write 31 Days challenge! I am so excited you have joined me as I share our tips and tricks for helping you plan your next European vacation. Perhaps you have traveled internationally with your family before and are looking to make things smoother the next time around. Maybe you’ve never taken your family out of the country or on a plane and are scared to death. Either way, after 31 days I hope to give you the confidence to know that you can do this. And it will be fun and memorable for the whole family!
So, who am I and why should you listen to me? My name is Deanna and along with my husband and 5 year old daughter, we spent the summer of 2018 in Europe. We loved it so much we are planning an extended stay in Germany so we can visit even more of the beautiful continent. As an American family, we do not get a lot of vacation time so we know what it is like to maximize your days off. These tips will do just that.
Without further ado below you will find the links to each of the days. Be sure to check back throughout the month as all posts will be linked here.
Ready to start planning your family vacation, but not sure where to go with your teens or tweens? Here’s why we recommend Europe and these top 5 destinations.
You’re ready to take a family vacation, but you’re not sure where to go with your school-aged children. We’ve got you covered. Here are the top 5 cities recommended for big kids for your next family vacation to Europe.
Deciding where to go on a family vacation can be challenging. See our top recommendations for cities in Europe to visit with a baby, toddler, or preschooler.
Does using foreign money make you a bit uncomfortable? Discover how we get the best value for our money by avoiding currency exchanges, not carrying much cash, and using ATMs instead.
Day 4 of the 31 days to making your European Family Vacation happen. Keeping yourself, your family, and your things safe when traveling can have you scared enough to stay home. See how this world-traveling family keeps safe so you can prepare yourself too and take that dream vacation.
Day 3 of the 31 days to making your European Family Vacation happen. We’re looking at 7 creative ways to afford the trip including tips for saving money and a free goal tracker.
When planning a family vacation, one of the first steps is to set a travel budget. While not fun, this critical step will help you create memories and not stress over money. Get your FREE travel budget template and itinerary too!
Dreaming of traveling to Europe before the kids are grown and off to college? This series will show you how to achieve your dream family vacation on a budget without losing your sanity. From budgets and destinations to surviving the plane ride and knowing where to stay, you’ll be able to arrange your trip with confidence.