Most Family Friendly Cities in Europe

Vacations and overseas trips are usually about spending quality time with the family. It would make sense therefore, to seek out the places that would afford the maximum opportunities to do so, for all kinds of families. Cities with castles and landscapes that seem straight out of fairy tales, to amusement parks, great restaurants, and other enjoyable places to visit, we bring to you the most family friendly cities in Europe. We would be happy to take care of all your travel needs – do connect with us. You will discover that traveling to Europe even with the elderly and kids in tow is a pleasure.

  • Visually stunning landscapes, buildings in bright colours, castles that seem straight out of fairy tales, an immersive and welcoming culture make Copenhagen, Denmark a great place to visit for the entire family – especially one with kids. Copenhagen is home to two of the world’s oldest amusement parks, ensuring that your children have so much fun they will want to stay on for the longest time. Make sure to visit The Blue Planet too – this is Denmark’s national aquarium, and the largest in the north of Europe. The transparent walls afforded unobstructed views of over 20,000 marine creatures. In addition, the city of Copenhagen is home also to a science centre, a museum for children, zoo, manicured and planned parks, and one of the world’s largest open-air museums. We are sure your kids will squeal in delight just reading about this place.

  • The island of Sicily, in Italy has some of the most breath taking and beautiful beaches. The vibrant markets and magnificent ruins of old buildings in the Valley of the Temples,add to its charm. This ‘valley’ has seven temples dating back to the 5th century BC, and dedicated to the Greek gods. Sicily offers opportunities for leisure and fun for everyone in the family – who says building sand castles is only for kids! Adults can take an exhilarating hike to Mount Etna, the most active and largest volcano in Europe today. Your trip will not be complete without gorging on the famed cannoli (Italian pastries shaped like tubes, with all kinds of different filling)


  • Seville, Spain reverberates with colour and has a rich cultural heritage that leaves its visitors enthralled and energized. Feel like royalty when you visit the Real Alcázar Palace, developed earlier by the Moorish Muslim kings, or get transported back in time visiting the age-old neighbourhood of Barrio Santa Cruz – its meandering paths and city squares smell beautifully fresh given the orange trees that line this part of the city. Treat your taste buds to the Italian delicacy – Tapas – that are inexpensive and in portions suitable for your kids. The afternoons here are relaxed, laid back, and lazy – the local population love their afternoon snooze – you can catch up on your sleep and rest too.

  • Kids and adults alike will be delighted by the many eateries, and welcoming outdoor spaces in Berlin – the most noteworthy open areas being Tiergarten and Viktoriapark. For a healthy dose of culture and first-hand experience of the heritage of this place, visit the Holocaust Memorial and the Museumsinsel (Museum Island) where you can take a tour of some of the top museums. Berlin is amongst the top places to travel with kids since there is a significant rise in kinder cafes – stylish eating-places with menus designed for kids, special play areas housing toys, games, and other things to keep the young ones busy.


  • A city brimming with colour and vibrancy, and a culture that is friendly for kids, Barcelona, Spain, is a great place for a family vacation. The most famous street in this city is La Rambla. It owes its reputation to the large number of street performers, who entertain by juggling swords, ‘eating’ fire, and innumerable other unbelievable yet entertaining acts. For some adventure and the ‘feeling of being on top of the world’, take a lift to the top of Mirador de Colom (The Columbus Monument – a 60 m tall monument), from where you would have a stupendous view of the harbour. Do not miss the Museum of Chocolate – participate in the making and tasting of the favourite ‘food’ of all! Yum! Re-visit your childhood, and allow your kids to live theirs in the present by visiting Tibidabo, the magnificent amusement park (one of the oldest in the world), with an old timer Ferris wheel, and about 25 rides for all ages, great shows and street theatre.

  • The most interesting part of Stockholm, Sweden is that it is set on 14 connected islands. The city is brimming with architectural delights, and culturally rich sites, offering a peak into its glorious past. Take a walk on the pebbled streets of the old town – Gamla Stan or visit the world’s oldest open-air museum, Skansen. You could buy a Stockholm Card – it has a one-time fee and allows admission into more than 75 different attractions and museums, with an unlimited use of public transportation. If you are on a budget, or traveling in a large group, this is a great way to see the city without burning a hole in your pocket.

We know how important time with the family is today – especially because time together is a scarce commodity. Our list of most family friendly cities in Europe, you would agree has something for everyone in the family. If you have decided on taking that trip, do allow us to make all the arrangements for you, so that all you and your family need do, is travel, and enjoy the destination of your choice to the fullest.