Traveling to Europe with a baby or toddler? You’ll find many amazing destinations and tons of travel tips here for travel to Europe with toddlers and babies!
General Europe Travel
Since our first trip to Europe with a baby, we have traveled around the world with our kids, but we keep coming back to Europe with our kids. Why? Because Europe is not only a world-class travel destination jam-packed with history and culture, but it is also easy, fun and rewarding to bring small kids there.
Where better to stay than Innsbruck – the capital of the Alps. Always surrounded by mountains, we had dozens of shops and restaurants right at our doorstep in the historic old town while being only a short cable car ride away from taking long hikes with breathtaking views. It was ideal for new parents traveling with a baby for the first time.
Equal parts kid-friendly and culturally rich, visiting Copenhagen with a baby or toddler is your sure bet for a truly exceptional family trip.
Paris may not be the first place people think of when planning a trip with their baby, but trust us when we say that Paris with a baby is wonderful. Here’s everything you should know about visiting Paris with toddlers or babies.
Now that you’ve decided to visit Paris, it’s time to figure out the best way to get from the Paris airport to the city centre. In this post, we review the 5 best methods of transportation from the Charles de Gaulle Airport to the city as well as your Orly airport transfer options.
Now that you’ve decided to visit the City of Lights with your baby, we’ll help you find a baby-friendly Paris hotel in the best areas to stay.
At these top family-friendly cafés in Paris, you’ll be able to relax, enjoy, take time and let your kids move and play!
Get 10 tips for visiting Disneyland Paris with a baby – all from a mom who’s done it with a 4 month old and again with a 10 month old!
Read more on how this family loved Bavaria, Germany so much they decided to return the following summer traveling with a toddler and preschooler.
A two week itinerary for Greece including island hopping (starting in Santorini before heading to Naxos and Mykonos), Athens and north to Delphi and Meteora.
We visited Ireland with our 11 month old son and our friends. This was our first international trip with a baby, and I’m here to tell you that traveling around Ireland with a baby is very easy!
Rome is one of those amazing cities where even walking the streets is an experience. There are so many things to do in Rome with a baby or toddler, you probably won’t see it all in one visit. Here is everything you need to know about traveling to Rome with a toddler or baby.
It can be stressful planning a trip to Rome with a baby, so we’re here to help make your trip planning as easy as possible. Here is our list of the best baby-friendly hotels in Rome.
Now that you’ve decided to visit Rome, it’s time to figure out the best way to get from the Rome airport to the city centre. In this post, we review the 5 best methods of transportation from the Rome Airport to the city.
Who would visit Cinque Terre with a baby or energetic toddler? Lots of people do, and you should too! Cinque Terre is incredibly family friendly. It’s true what they say, the Italians really do love babies and children.
Follow along as one family travels to Naples, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast with a toddler.
If you are traveling to Venice with a baby or toddler, a romantic gondola ride might just need to wait for a subsequent visit, but you can still make your family trip to Venice incredibly memorable.
Follow along as one family travels to Puglia with a baby. Includes tips on what to bring and where to stay in Puglia PLUS a 5 day itinerary!
Visiting Lisbon, Portugal was truly was one of the best holidays with toddlers: beautiful parks and playgrounds, sunny beaches, trams and ferries to ride, amazing food, and interesting streets and alleys to explore. Lisbon is truly one of the best places to visit in Europe with toddlers.
Visiting Barcelona with a baby was our very first family trip with kids. Not only was it our first time traveling with a baby, it was our first international flight with an infant. There are so many “firsts” associated with our trip to Barcelona with a baby, that it was the inspiration for this entire website!
The Barcelona El Prat Airport (the BCN Airport) is only 15 km from Plaça de Catalunya, a transportation hub in the Barcelona city centre. In this post, we review the 6 best methods of transportation from the Barcelona Airport to the city.
Now that you’ve decided to visit Barcelona with a baby, we’ll help you find one of the best Barcelona hotels for families with a baby in one of the best neighborhoods.
Seville has lots of things to do with kids, great food, is easy to navigate, but isn’t too busy as it’s not a capital city. Seville is a very baby-friendly destination. Learn how one family enjoyed Seville with a baby.
Madrid is a wonderful city to visit. There are so many things to do in Madrid with toddlers that you will probably have to come back a second time.
Although many people think of it as the Sin City of Europe, Amsterdam is actually a great family-friendly destination that attracts many parents with babies and toddlers. The capital of the Netherlands offers numerous baby-friendly activities both indoors and outdoors. From pancake restaurants to museums packed with interactive displays and parks with playgrounds, there is to plenty to look forward to when visiting Amsterdam with a baby or toddler.
London is consistently named one of the top tourist destinations in the world. New parents don’t need to miss out on all the fun, you will love visiting London with a baby or toddler! There are plenty of things to do in London with toddlers and babies and it is so easy to get from place-to-place.