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Thursday, August 10, 2017
5 Fuss-Free Travel Ideas For The Whole Family
Giving your parents or your kids their dream holiday? Multiple generations of your family members travelling together? While a two week skiing holiday at the French Alps might be ideal for you, it might be challenging to control a large group of people and find activities that are guaranteed to please everyone.
If an efficient and relaxing holiday sounds preferable to fast-paced adrenaline-charged adventure, it’s time to look at family-friendly ideas that are more convenient and yet still packed with fun and excitement for the whole family!
Take A Bus Tour Around Melbourne
Joining a bus tour is the best way to explore all of a city’s top attractions and landmarks without having to do much walking.
Book your place on a tour around Melbourne, and enjoy all the must-see spots in one go, including Victoria Market, SEA-LIFE Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo, the Melbourne Star and St. Kilda beach.
What’s more, getting on a hop-on, hop-off bus service allows you to decide which spots you want to explore in depth and which you just want to snap a few pictures at. Want to take a visit to the aquarium with the kids? Simply jump off and get stuck in!
Even better, the City Circle tram in Melbourne is free and takes you to many Melbourne attractions including the aquarium, Federation Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Treasury Gardens, Parliament House and Flagstaff Gardens.
Cruise Down The Nile or Danube River
A river cruise is another exciting way to go on holiday whilst keeping both kids and grandparents happy at the same time! In most cases, it can be more comfortable and more convenient too, as you can take in the sights and sounds of a city right from the deck or window of your cabin. As food is also served on-board, you have everything you need on the ship, leaving more time for sightseeing.
With packages available from a few days to a few weeks, your cruise down the river Nile will most probably start in Luxor, taking you past ancient Egyptian temples including the Hathor Temple, Kom Ombro and Philae, before stopping in Aswan. Further along you will see part of the Sahara Desert and the Mausoleum of the Aga Khan, the Aswan Botanical Garden, and the ruins-filled Elephantine Island.
Meanwhile, in Europe you can take a cruise down the river Danube, which will take you from Budapest, the starting point, down to Bratislava in Slovakia, then on to Lower Austria, to Salzburg, and then to Vienna. A cruise like this, which may take around eight days, will usually round back to the starting point, making it convenient to book your return flight home.
Relax At An All-In-One Beach Resort
When all the fun, food and lodging are in one spot, there is no need to run around catching trains or buses, travel to restaurants or wake up early in the morning to beat the tourist crowds.
Bring the parents and kids to an all-inclusive resort such as Club Med Cherating, about a 2-hour’s drive from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur or a 45-minute taxi ride from Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport in Kuantan. All buffet meals – yes, breakfast, lunch, dinner and even tea, are included in the price, and there is a host of fun and relaxing activities for everyone to enjoy including golfing, water aerobics, salsa dance classes, snorkelling, yoga and zumba. There are so many activities here, just don’t forget to actually visit Cherating beach!
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