Favorite Places to Visit in Ireland with Kids

Ireland with Kids

Because Ireland is a relatively small country, visitors tend to try and see “everything” in the course of one week. (Lots of friends and family fly into Dublin, drive through Wicklow, kiss the Blarney Stone in Waterford, head to Cork City, eat lunch in Kinsale, drive the Ring of Kerry, ascend the Cliffs of Moher, cruise through the amazing Burren, throw back a Guinness at a trad session in Galway, marvel at awe-inspiring Connemara, and pose in front of Kylemore Abbey before heading back to Dublin to fly home.

They are literally in tatters upon their return.

Antarctica: Read All About a Journey to the White Continent with Lindblad Expeditions


Now that I’ve tried expedition-style travel to visit the Galapagos and Antarctica with Lindblad Expeditions, I’d never go back to anything else for adventure destinations in particular. Many of Lindblad’s experiences take place on a ship, where maximum ground can be covered with minimal logistics, and although the ship itself is just the means of…

The Best London Museums for Families

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London’s world-class museums are among the city’s biggest attractions — a perfect option for a rainy day and, with free admissions, wallet-friendly too. But which ones work best when kids are in tow? Take advantage of these insider tips and tidbits for a museum outing that will keep everyone in the family engaged and happy. Natural History Museum…

The Perfect Portugal Road Trip with Kids

Portugal Road Trip Itinerary

Portugal is an increasingly attractive option for families looking for a European holiday — it has beautiful, historic cities, amazing food culture and plenty of coastline for any sort of beach vacation you could want. While you could easily spend 10 days in and around Lisbon or Porto, the largest two cities, it is a surprisingly easy drive along the…