What to expect on a family holiday in Europe
How much activity is there on a family tour in Europe?
We have different paces of trip to suit different families and ages of children. Our ‘Relaxed’ holidays have chilled mornings and dedicated pool days. Our ‘Moderate’ trips have fuller days with down-time built into the itinerary whereas our ‘Full-On’ family holidays are busier, with some early starts and longer travel days.
What age are the children on a family Holiday in Europe?
The average age of children travelling on our trips to Europe is 13, though it will depend on the trip you choose. If you would like to get an idea of who is travelling on a particular trip, get in touch with our travel specialists and we can share the number and ages of children on your chosen trip so you can find the right fit for your family.
Is there an age limit for children on a European family tour?
To make sure that you get the most out of your European family tour, there is a minimum age limit of seven years on the date of departure for the majority of our trips. For some trips, there is a minimum age of 11.
How many families travel together on a small group family adventure in Europe?
In general, you will travel with three to five other families on a family adventure in Europe. We have found this is the perfect number for meeting likeminded people with similar-ages children while being a small enough group to get to the heart of our destinations.
What is the accommodation like on a family holiday in Europe?
You will stay in a mixture of locally-owned hotels, homestays, and characterful lodges on your family tour in Europe. Where possible, we make sure that you have at least two nights in the same place so you don’t have to unpack and repack too often. As swimming pools are one of the most important hotel features for families, we always try to find family-friendly accommodation with pools.