What do kids REALLY think about family holidays?
We LOVE family holidays. From a lazy all-inclusive holiday on the beach, to an action packed theme park or water park holiday. Nothing quite tops seeing the smiling faces of your little gems as they squeal on their first rollercoaster, or the heart warming giggle of your smallest tot as they discover sand for the first time…
We make lots of precious memories when we go on a family holiday, ones that we will treasure for the rest of our lives. But what parts of jetting off on holiday do the little ones love the most? Are there any holiday memories that they would rather forget? Let’s find out!
We asked some local children about their family holiday experiences, click on one of the videos below to hear what they had to say.
WARNING: Some summer holiday honesty ahead!
"I prefer Blackpool to Florida... because it has all of the rides!"Isaac, age 6, Manchester
So now you know how the kids really feel about travelling, you can start to think about ways to make your next family holiday the best one yet!
Things to do with the kids when travelling on holiday
It’s a well-known fact that travelling with children can be a challenge, and the thought of flying with a baby on a plane is enough to make Supernanny herself shudder. But don’t worry – our how to guide on baby travel is full of tips to keep your little ones entertained throughout the journey, no matter how long it is. We even have a list of child friendly airports and hotels that will take the stress out of travel for you, and make it fun for the kids.
Family friendly holiday destinations
Can’t decide where to go on holiday? We’ve done most of the legwork for you! Check out our list of the best family holiday destinations – here you’ll be able to look at some fabulous locations with family friendly hotels that (most importantly) won’t break the bank, so a family holiday on a budget isn’t out of the question.
Learning on holiday
What about exploring the history and geography of your holiday destination? Family holidays can be more that just dive bombing and ice creams. We’ve come up with some great ideas for turning your family holiday into a realy learning experience for the kids (and even the big ones too!).