Travelling with Children (Book review, not horror story. Honest).

I find booking family holidays incredibly stressful. In fact I always find myself considering not going rather than continuing with the stress of finding the perfect location, accommodation and date. And then when you actually set off…

Catherine Cooper’s book – Travelling With Children: A Parent’s Guide –  is an entertaining and practical guide to, well, travelling with children. The book will help you work out which holiday is best for your family: from when to go, where to go, what to do and how to get there. It features family-friendly travel companies and case studies from real parents.

I particularly enjoyed the section on City Breaks and how to make the most of them with children. I’d pretty much resigned myself to not having a city break for a few years, so it’s good to know it’s not completely out of the question. With chapters on camping, skiing, cruises and spas, there’s something for everyone, and it’s all written in a clear and straightforward style.



Keris Stainton

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  1. I got this book and I think is absolutely amazing. I introduced to my friends as well and they loved it.

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