London with kids … so exciting, and yet so overwhelming! With such a wealth of world-class attractions and cultural icons, it can be tough to get your arms around what are the best places to do in London, much less sift through them all to come up with the perfect sightseeing plan for your family. Enter CB! Family Vacation Advisor and London expert Nicole Wiltrout, who recently went live on our Facebook page to share her invaluable insight.
In this video, Nicole, who lived in England for a time with her husband and two young boys, offers her in-the-know advice on the very best places to visit and where to go in London and beyond. Listen in to get her tips about putting together your own family-friendly city walk, from Big Ben and Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace and the London Eye, the top parks and playgrounds around town to visit with kids, why it’s worth adding a side trip to England’s beautiful coast, and more. Here are just a few of the highlights you’ll hear:
There’s no substitute for this kind of firsthand knowledge! It’s one of the biggest reasons why our clients so deeply value our family vacation planning service and why we get love letters from our clients year after year about their Ciao Bambino-planned trips.
We can help! Ciao Bambino’s team of London experts can work with you one on one to book vetted kid-friendly accommodations, craft a custom itinerary, arrange private guides and more. Give us a call or reach out via our contact form, and a Family Vacation Advisor will respond directly. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook in order to keep up with all of our live content and latest news!
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This is a challenging time for our clients given the uncertainty around the spread of coronavirus, particularly for those with near-term travel plans in impacted areas. We’re working with our suppliers on being flexible with their booking conditions, and enabling families to postpone travel to a later date without a penalty, when possible. Likewise, given the unpredictability around destinations that may be impacted in the future, we’re helping clients planning new trips and understand ways that they can protect themselves until the situation improves. We are ready to help our clients work through questions and concerns.