Adventures by Disney to Sail Europe with AmaWaterways

Top Deck, AmaWaterways River Cruise Boat

Cruising has a way of taking the complications out of family travel planning. Round-the-clock activities offer something for everyone, including parents. Traditionally, cruising families have set sail to warm ocean waters and sandy beaches, but cruising with kids is preparing to make big waves in Europe with Adventures by Disney and AmaWaterways. Unpack Once and…

10 Spectacular Things to Do in Bali with Kids

Ubud

An exotic island paradise rich with culture, hospitality, adventure, and beautiful sights, Bali is a wonderful place for family travel. Whether you’re after sand, sea, or jungle, activities run the gamut for travelers of all ages. What’s more, when it comes to accommodations, there’s no shortage of spacious rooms, five-star service, and impressive views. Don’t let the distance be…

Low-Key Luxury at the Rosewood Mayakoba on Mexico’s Riviera Maya

Rosewood Mayakoba Beach

Enter the grand gates of Mayakoba, a secluded compound on Mexico’s Riviera Maya just 30 minutes south of the Cancun airport, and day-to-day stress begins to melt away almost instantly. There are a number of luxury hotels on the lush grounds, but among the top for families is the Rosewood Mayakoba, which lavishes special attention on small children and their parents.…

Montestigliano: A Sprawling and Serene Tuscan Farm Estate for Families

Montestigliano-Tuscany-Piazza

Montestigliano, a sprawling former estate and working farm that still produces wheat, sunflowers, corn and olives, is spread across almost 2,500 acres and dates back to the late 18th century. Everything about the property exudes an aura of calm — families looking for a quiet, peaceful, safe home base from which to explore the surrounding Tuscan…

A Chance to Sleep on Castle Grounds in Wales at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

The Angel Hotel's Lodge

In the “olden days,” people travelled around Britain largely by coach and horses. Whilst the well-worn dirt tracks have now been turned into motorways and horses are now largely kept as pets, many of those ancient coaching inns, where people would stop to give themselves and their steeds a night’s rest, remain, albeit in a somewhat superior guise.…